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Dianthus caryophyllus King of Blacks

seeds of Dianthus carophyllus King of Blacks.These herbaceous perennials thrive in full to part sun and well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Clove-scented blossoms rise on slender stems above clumps of linear, grasslike, blue-green leaves. They bloom from late spring through midsummer, and may attract bees and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zone 6 9.
Dianthus caryophyllus King of Blacks

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Seeds from Dianthus carophyllus King of Blacks. These herbaceous perennials thrive in full to part sun and well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Clove-scented blossoms rise on slender stems above clumps of linear, grasslike, blue-green leaves. They bloom from late spring through midsummer, and may attract bees and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zone 6 - 9.



Dianthus caryophyllus Raspberry Ripple

seeds of Dianthus carophyllus Raspberry Ripple. Stunning fragrant flowers, the double white petals splashed brightly with red and also fringed along their edges, a style known as picotee. It forms a midsized mound of grassy blue-green leaves. Blooms early Summer to Early Fall. Zones 6-10.
Dianthus caryophyllus Raspberry Ripple

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Seeds from Dianthus carophyllus Raspberry Ripple. Stunning fragrant flowers, the double white petals splashed brightly with red and also fringed along their edges, a style known as picotee. It forms a midsized mound of grassy blue-green leaves. Blooms early Summer to Early Fall. Zones 6-10.



Dianthus chinenesis Chianti

seeds of this Dianthus Chianti Annual. The small 6 to 8 inch plants are covered with very dark maroon, almost black blooms with a touch of frilly white lace for the entire summer. Flowers are about an inch across and the foliage is an attractive grey-green.Strong-growing, bushy plants whose large double flowers are a beautiful combination of deep maroon with white pictoee edges.
Dianthus chinenesis Chianti

87 Available Now

Seeds from Dianthus carophyllus King of Blacks. These herbaceous perennials thrive in full to part sun and well-drained neutral to alkaline soil. Clove-scented blossoms rise on slender stems above clumps of linear, grasslike, blue-green leaves. They bloom from late spring through midsummer, and may attract bees and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zone 6 - 9.



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