Common Name: Pinks
Cute as a button but sharp as a tack! This petite selection produces a shower of cheerful raspberry colored, 1-1½” round blossoms with tiny light pink spots and a sharply precise, white picotee edge on each petal. Unlike many Dianthus, this one has nearly smooth edged petals and its contrasting colors really make it pop. You’ll love its sweet fragrance too!
Grey-green foliage forms a short, dense, compact, rounded clump that is the perfect size for edging.
In the carnation family, Dianthus cultivars deliver gorgeous single, semi-double, and fully double flowers. Singles tend to deliver more flowers while doubles are significantly larger, sometimes more than twice the size. Singles also tend to grow quicker and can appear like a carpet in the landscape at maturity.