An Exciting, Long-Blooming DisplaySeeing a Heart Attack Dianthus in bloom will overwhelm you with such excitement that you’ll have a “heart attack”…at least that’s the idea! While this remarkable biennial won’t actually give you a heart attack, it’s sure to thrill you with its breathtaking display. The show begins with a profusion of deep red blooms appear in spring, accompanied by foliage that begins red. Each petite, velvety blossom features serrated edges for a soft, fluffy appearance and is dotted with the slightest hint of a white stamen at the center. The dramatic color joins with glossy, dark green foliage and a subtle fragrance to draw in pollinators. Butterflies, hummingbirds and bees flutter amid the adorable blossoms, adding to Heart Attack’s allure. Heart Attack will maintain a showy display for 8-10 weeks, a remarkable value in a blooming perennial. Your Heart Attach Dianthus will grow up to two feet tall with a one foot spread. It’s adaptive to a variety of soils and generally easy to care for. Heart Attack doesn’t require deadheading, but a gentle sheering will certainly encourage an even more aggressive bloom and tighter form. Plant several of these for a bright little border along your sidewalk. You could also place one in your perennial bed as an accent, or plant a few in containers around taller plants for a full display.Unlike other varieties, Heart Attack Dianthus tends more toward perennial than biennial, providing a longer period of enjoyment. It’s a beautiful little plant that will fill your yard with weeks of deep red color this year.* Brilliant, fragrant flowers* Good groundcover and container plant* Heat tolerant* Rabbit resistant.
Fragrant garden pink explodes in spring!Not shy by any means, these double burgundy-red flowers have a soft pink edge, are very fragrant and will be the stars of your garden this year! Everlast Burgundy Blush Dianthus is a blushing beauty, but not a wallflower. This pretty garden pink is everything you want in a garden flower – color, scent and tremendous spring bloom!Burgundy Blush blooms so strongly in the spring with masses of flowers on top of gorgeous grey-green foliage that you will think it’s going to explode from the garden. The flowers are double, like little carnations (of which they’re a relative). Even though they super-bloom in the spring, they will bloom steadily all the way until fall if you keep them deadheaded.The strong clove scent will attract butterflies, birds, bees and neighbors! They will keep your garden humming with activity all season long. Burgundy Blush is great in the front of the border and looks great massed in flowerbeds. It loves well drained soil and will add hot color to your rock garden.Super hardy, Burgundy Blush has done well even up to zone 3!Let Everlast Burgundy Blush Dianthus blast your garden to full speed this spring!* Striking pink/red picotee color* Spicy scent* Hardy and carefree once established * Attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies* Great cuts and good container plant.
Dianthus Razzle Dazzle, Dianthus ‘Razzle Dazzle’, has remarkable fragrant 1” red-scarlet blossoms with faint, dark red watermarks and slightly serrated petals. This dianthus will add a dazzle of show stopping true red color to borders, in mass planting, or containers. Being a colorful little cutie, Razzle Dazzle provides a long season of interest with early summer blooms, grey-green foliage, and then if deadheaded, they will rebloom in the fall. Plant in full sun or part shade in well drained soil; tolerates short periods of drought. This exquisite scarlet red dianthus is loved by butterflies; deer and rabbits don’t like them..
The Dianthus Cranberry Ice, Dianthus ‘Cranberry Ice’ (PPAF), has intricately patterned 1 1/2 inch pink flowers with a purple eye and pink frilled edge with dense mounded blue-green foliage.In late spring through early summer, ‘Cranberry Ice’ will provide masses of bright pink blooms with serrated edges that match the bold pink spot in the center of each flower!It is heat and drought tolerant for short periods however produces the best foliage and flowers in areas not so warm and dry. It is truly a great addition to any perennial garden and is a favorite as a border plant or in rock gardens.’Cranberry Ice’ needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon along with humidity. Regular watering during prolonged dry spells will be necessary. However, this plant is tolerant of short periods of dryness.These charming flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens.’Cranberry Ice’ is a refreshing plant that makes a great addition to any landscape plans!* Vigorous* Open habit* Ground cover.
Delicate Bloom on Hardy GroundcoverThe Dianthus ‘Bath’s Pink’, Dianthus gratianopolitanus, is a beautiful soft, light pink flower that is fringed and fragrant! ‘Bath’s Pink’ was the 1999 Theodore Kein Plant Award Winner, and one can see why!With its grassy blue-gray foliage and profuse blooming time, ‘Bath’s Pink’ is one not to miss. This bright and charming plant has a spread of 6-8” and a height of 6”.Dianthus will bloom from midsummer to early fall. In order for a longer bloom time, deadhead the blooms continuously throughout the summer.Dianthus needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon and humidity. It is best to avoid planting in areas with poor drainage where crowns will remain wet in winter.These fragrant, spicy dove-like flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens. For a splashy cool color all summer, plant this adorable ‘Bath’s Pink’ as a wide-spreading ground cover!* Fragrant Fringed Light Pink Blooms* Profusion of Blooms Through Summer* Hardy 6″ Groundcover.
Score big with this garden pink!No need for a slam tilt here! Devon Cottage Pinball Wizard Dianthus is a jackpot. This standout garden pink has all the right stuff for a garden flower – size, vigor, color and a spicy scent!Pinball Wizard starts blooming in the spring with masses of fancy white and hot pink striped flowers on top of gorgeous blue-silver foliage. The flowers are double, looking more like carnations than not. They bloom steadily all the way until fall on strong stems that are just begging to be cut. They have such a strong spicy clove scent, you’ll want to pick armloads to bring inside.These beauties attract butterflies, birds and bees and keep your garden humming with activity. Pinball Wizard is great in the border and bed and excels as a potted plant. Give it well-drained soil and keep it deadheaded and it will repeat bloom all summer for you!Super hardy, this particular variety overwinters well even up into zone 5!Devon Cottage Pinball Wizard Dianthus is a sure thing for your garden this year! Order now!* Striking stripes* Heavenly scent* Hardy and carefree once established * Attracts hummingbirds, bees and butterflies* Great cut flower.
The Dianthus ‘Mountain Mist’, Dianthus gratianopolitanus, is a beautiful smoky pink flower that can be somewhat lacey and fringed. With its grassy blue-gray foliage and profuse blooming time, ‘Mountain Mist’ is one not to miss. Dianthus ‘Mountain Mist’ has a plant spread of 6-8” and a height of 6”. Dianthus will bloom from mid summer to early fall. In order for a longer bloom time, deadhead the blooms continuously throughout the summer.Dianthus needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon and humidity. These fragrant, spicy dove like flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens..
Delicious color on a new hybrid pink!Dianthus, or Pinks, have been cottage-garden staples since there have been cottages to have gardens around. These kissing cousins of the carnation are equally as beautiful and scented, catching the eye in the garden as well as the nose. Bumbleberry Pie Dianthus is from the new line of hybrids out of the United Kingdom’s most prestigious breeder of garden pinks. They have starred at the Oscar’s of the horticultural scene – the RHS Chelsea Flower Show – and have won the high honor of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. But those are just a couple of the reasons to love this new introduction. Let us give you a few more:- Extra-large single blooms in a saturated rose-pink with a vivid hot-pink center- Sturdy, long stems don’t flop from the weight of the flower- Perfect for cutting with a long vase life- Great for containers, borders and beds- Both cold and drought tolerant- Excellent garden performance all the way to zone 5 (-20 degrees)Whether your garden is cottage, rustic or very modern, this clean perennial flower will shine in your landscape. The flowers are edible, so work it into your vegetable garden. They are fantastic for picking, so put a few in your cutting garden. They look great en masse, so try a big bed of them. Their silver foliage looks great with evergreens.Bumbleberry Pie Dianthus is a new flower that you need in your garden this year. Don’t wait until we sell out!* Single pink flowers* Full sun* Great in the garden or containers* Perfect for cutting.
Dianthus Sangria Splash, Dianthus ‘Sangria Splash’ PPAF, has grey-green foliage and artfully combined patterns. These intricate patterns make Dianthus ‘Sangria Splash’ PPAF an excellent addition to your patio containers. The fuchsia colored flowers have a royal purple eye with matching picotee, pinked edges. The entire flower is then spattered with pink, creating a striking visual display. These colorful, fragrant blooms are produced atop a grassy clump of grey-green foliage. Dianthus ‘Sangria Splash’ needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon along with humidity. Regular watering during prolonged dry spells will be necessary. However, they are tolerant of short periods of dryness. These fragrant, spicy dove-like flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens. These fabulous plants look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens..
The Dianthus ‘Raspberry Swirl’, Dianthus ‘Devon Siskin’, (sometimes called Siskin Clocks) is a mesmerizing plant!’Devon Siskin’ has dense mounds of grey green, evergreen foliage that grows to 7 inches tall with a spread of 12 inches. Producing bright pink flowers with deep burgundy edging and central disks, these blooms drown the foliage in late spring to early summer.As they age, the petals fade to white and the picotee edges changes to magenta. If they are deadheaded, they will bloom again in the fall!Dianthus grow best in sunny areas and prefers limited moisture and prefers a cool climate, full sun, and rich, well drained soil; very easy to grow. This plant is tolerant of short periods of dryness too.Water ‘Devon Siskin’ during dry periods, once or twice per week. Add a general purpose fertilizer once a month. After the flowers have died, cut the stems to ground level.’Devon Siskin’ provides a profusion of cheerful, charming, bright pink flowers that become a truly colorful addition to any perennial garden! * Easy to grow* Vigorous* Drought tolerant.
The Dianthus ‘Frosty Fire’, Dianthus x allwoodii, is a wonderful double red flowered Dianthus. With its grassy blue-gray foliage and profuse blooming time, ‘Frosty Fire’ is one not to miss. Dianthus ‘Frosty Fire’ has a plant spread of 8-12” and a height of 6”. Dianthus will bloom from mid summer to early fall. In order for a longer bloom time, deadhead the blooms continuously throughout the summer.Dianthus needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon and humidity. These fragrant, spicy dove like flowers look wonderful as a border plant, rock gardens, along walks or paths, for edging and a definite in cottage gardens..
Add a ‘pop’ of color! We love flowers that make you stop in your tracks. Not every flower does that. Dianthus Cherry Vanilla will!Dianthus or Cottage Pinks are beloved flowers all over Europe and the USA. With their mini-carnation type flowers and strappy gray-green foliage you’ll find them in well-dressed borders all spring and into the summer. Cherry Vanilla Dianthus is a shot of fresh color for these sentimental garden favorites. You can often find them in shades of pink, white and red but Cherry Vanilla is an eye-catching deep red flower with a light pink picotee edge that make the flowers really pop!In late spring/early summer a flush of double flowers grows up over a low-growing mound of gray-green foliage. The flowers are double, so they have a sweet ruffle to them. They are also lightly fragrant with a spicy carnation scent. After they finish their first flush of blooms it is easy to get them to bloom again later in the fall. All that you have to do is give them a quick cut when the initial blooms fade and then they will reenergize for a second round of blooms in the fall.These are naturally low growers which makes them perfect for the front of the border or in a mixed container garden planting. Cherry Vanilla won’t melt in heat or humidity, either.Deer won’t bother your pinks. They are low maintenance, drought tolerant, pollinator magnets and they make cute little cut flowers. With all of this going for them, don’t let another season go by without a pop of these in your garden!* Low grower* Beautiful, scented red flowers with a pink picotee edge* Evergreen* Deer resistant* Drought Tolerant* Nice foliage.
Florist quality flowers don’t fade! Dianthus Raspberry Ruffles is happy to give you loads of florist quality small carnation-like flowers for several weeks in late spring/early summer and then again in the fall. And you know how much work it takes for you to get great big flushes of blooms? Very little! This is a super easy evergreen plan that will make you look like an expert gardener no matter if you’ve ever picked up a spade before or not!Cottage Pinks (another name for dianthus) are loved the world over for their sweet cottagey look and ease of care. You’ll find them in well-dressed borders all spring and into the summer all over Europe and the USA. Raspberry Ruffles Dianthus has fully double, raspberry pink-colored flowers that are a whopping 1 and ¾ inches across (HUGE for a cottage pink). Every petal has a serrated edge that is outlined with a thin but distinct white line that really makes the raspberry color glow. And unlike other flowers that fade as the season wears on, Raspberry Ruffles keeps its strong color without fading.In late spring/early summer a pop of flowers springs up over a mound of blue-green foliage. They have a nice light scent that makes them attractive to pollinators like bees and butterflies. It is also a treat to bury you own nose into them!You can encourage them to bloom a second time for you if you give them a quick shear in mid-summer. These low growers are made for the front of the border but they also sing in containers or when planted in masses in flower beds. They aren’t bothered by deer, drought or the occasional cutting (Raspberry Ruffles make sweet little bouquets).You will want to have these in your garden this year. Order some from us now!* Low grower* Scented raspberry-pink fully-double flowers* Evergreen* Deer resistant* Drought Tolerant* Nice blue-green foliage.
The hottest new color of Pinks isn’t pink! Dianthus or Cottage Pinks are beloved flowers that you’ll find in gardens from Maine to Alaska. With their dainty gray-green foliage and flowers like mini-carnations, they fill in many a summer border. Classic Coral Dianthus is a hot new color for these beautiful garden favorites. Often found in shades of pinks, reds and whites, Classic Coral is a rich peachy shade that really stands out.In late spring/early summer a bevy of double flowers springs up over the tight mound of gray-green foliage. The flowers are extravagantly ruffled and lightly fragrant with the scent of cloves. After they finish their first flush of blooms, a quick shear will allow them to reenergize for a nice rebloom in the fall.These low growers are perfect for the front of the border, mass planting in flower beds or as the focal point of a lovely container garden. Classic Coral is very tolerant of heat and humidity, more so than many other pinks. It won’t melt during the dog days of summer.Deer stay away from pinks. They are low maintenance. They are drought tolerant. They attract butterflies and bees. They make cute little cut flowers. Wow! They offer so much. Don’t let another season go by without ordering some for your own. * Low grower* Beautiful, scented peachy pink coral-colored flowers* Evergreen* Deer resistant* Drought Tolerant* Nice foliage.
Dianthus Tiny Rubies, Dianthus ‘Tiny Rubies’, creates a sea of pink with a mass planting and produces a clove-scented fragrance. Rounded mounds of deep-green, evergreen foliage produce double, deep rose-pink blooms that have serrated, “pinked” edges. ‘Tiny Rubies’ will flower in early summer and will rebloom during the fall season. Cheddar Pinks are native to Cheddar Gorge, England and make a great addition to any landscape design.Dianthus ‘Tiny Rubies’ needs a sunny site with well-drained soil, but will tolerate some shade in the afternoon along with humidity. Regular watering during prolonged dry spells will be necessary. However, they are tolerant of short periods of dryness. These fragrant, spicy dove-like flowers look wonderful as border plants, in rock gardens, along walks or paths, or as edging..