Dianthus Plants Cultivate Dianthus plants and fill your garden with beautiful summer colour and fragrance. Now very difficult to propagate, probably due to...Click here for full details... Rose red flowers with regular pale pink radial markings denoting the hours. Color: Red, pink, white or bicolored flowers; green foliage Dianthus is a group of flowering plants of about 300 species. Common...Click here for full details... A tall Dianthus, with grassy foliage. Sometimes incorrectly sold as Dianthus 'Excelsior'. Clusters of dark maroon flowers that are so dark that they look black. Introduced in 2004. Common name(s): Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... A sturdy little plant with large fringed pink flowers. Large double pink flowers with a heavy scent. Plants make nice compact clumps. Plant height 5 - 10 cm. Sweetly scented. Plantdiameter 15 cm - 20 cm. Height: 25cm This variety launched a new generation of pot carnations and became a brand all of its own within a very short time thanks to its unique flower shape and beautiful pink, slightly fragrant flowers. Discovered here at Shire Plants and named by us. Excellent amongst rocks, paving or on a wall, easy and free flowering. Deep pink with a crimson centre and laced petals. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Height: 15cm Raised by Mr Sinkins, who was the master of Slough Workhouse. Height: 12 - 16" (30 - 41cm) ... Frost-hardy Pink Kisses also works as a late-season tender perennial dianthus while staying compact. Height: 25cm Synonym: 'Ruffling Robin'Click here for full details... For many years there have been two different pinks with the name 'Sops in Wine'. Exposure: Full to partial sun. Short and compact, it makes a neat clump. Flower color Purple-RHS 071B. Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Dianthus Diantica Purple Pink. Introduced in 1987 and has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. This adorable Dianthus 'Pink Kisses' from Ball Seed has two tone pink and rose flowers over a compact and tidy habit that makes it great for containers. Height: 30cm Strong scent. One of the more robust garden pinks. Common... A tall Dianthus, with grassy foliage. The bluish-grey leaves are narrow, thick at the thorny tip which gives it the appearance of a hedgehog... A very compact alpine pink which forms a neat mound. Old fashioned pinks, cottage pinks, old world pinks, garden pinks. Height: 45cm Byatt's military series for the rock garden. Softly clove scented. A 20th century free-flowering pink with chestnut lacing. Common name(s): Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... Beautiful double flowers of deep salmon pink over green foliage. The Mule Pinks are a cross between a carnation and a Sweet William, resulting in larger flowers than... A frilly double. Makes a good cut flower. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower, Single pink flowers with darker pink eye and overlapping petals. Excellent amongst rocks, paving or on a wall, easy and free flowering. Height: 30cm Very pretty and rarely offered in nurseries. The white flowered version of Dianthus deltoides. Deeply fringed petals give the flowers a frilly look. Makes an excellent cut flower. Height: 15cm Height: 25cm Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Bred by F.R. Raised by W.J. Pale pink ground with burgundy lacing. An easy plant, happy in most soils provided they are not too wet. Introduced sometime before 1955 when the RHS awarded it an AM as a border plant. Frost-hardy Pink Kisses also works as a late-season tender perennial dianthus while staying compact. The Lady Granville this flower was named after is thought to be... We are very grateful to a generous customer who donated this lovely pink. Very pretty and rarely offered in nurseries. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Height: 30cm A beautiful alpine pink. Height: 15cm Raised by J. Pike of Acton in about 1965. A 19th century favourite. He was so pleased with the plant that he presented one to King George III. A very good rockery or container pink. Clove scented. Height: 10cm Crushed raspberry splashed with white on white petals. An old pink of uncertain age and history. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Height: 20-25cm Height: 30cm Awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Pink and white with maroon centre and soft maroon lacing. Very fragrant blooms and very compact, bushy foliage. Glowing single crimson flowers with a darker edge. Dianthus Pink Kisses ® “Grab and go” gift item gets the growing season off to a strong start, with tons of two-tone flowers that need no deadheading and continue looking great. Pink Kisses ® is the success story of the German plant market. Early bloomer for early spring sales. Height: 8cm Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Large bushy flowers and grows vigorously, good flower production. 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