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Dianthus Barbatus Perennial - Mounding and Container Plant - How to Grow

Dianthus Indian Carpet Mix, Dianthus barbatus – Dianthus from American Meadows Ideas for a garden area I'm trying to build.

How to grow Sweet William - Dianthus. This plant makes nice mounds of bright color all summer long. Some are annuals and some are quite hardy. thegardneingcook.com

Dianthus Barbatus Perennial - Mounding and Container Plant - How to Grow

I love Sweet William flowers. I started mine from seeds that were taken from my husbands great grandmothers flower garden. The antique seeds (over a hundred years old) grew beautifully!

Old Fashioned Heirloom Sweet William Flower seeds. Flowers have a combination of pinks, purples, and whites in the blooms. Requirements: Likes Full sun to partial shade. Winter hardy to USDA Zones

Planting guide for Dianthus Barbatus Sweet Williams are lovely plants.  They have pretty fringed flowers and bloom for me most of the spring and summer and come back each year.  Dianthus Barbatus is a lovely variety of the species but is a little harder to grow. Dianthus Barbatus – also know as Sweet William is…Read more

Dianthus Barbatus Perennial - Mounding and Container Plant - How to Grow

Looking for a sweet cottage garden flower? Try growing Dianthus Barbatus - also known as Sweet William. The mounding habit is great in planters & borders.

Dianthus barbatus 'Green Trick' - This variety was new in 2012 and is already very popular. The pom-pom shaped, green flowers are 2" across and last an incredible 4-6 weeks in a vase. Height 18".

Dianthus barbatus 'Green Trick' - Dianthus Plants - Thompson & Morgan -This could go with the hydrangea?

I have to find this!  Looks like it came straight out of a Dr. Seuss book.  Dianthus barbatus 'Green Trick'

Dianthus barbatus 'Green Trick' from Thompson & Morgan - experts in the garden since 1855

Dianthus barbatus Barbarini® Red-Rose Bicolor  /  Dwarf Sweet William Sweet William is an old-fashioned cottage garden plant that usually grows as a self seeding biennial.

Dianthus barbatus Barbarini® Red-Rose Bicolor / Dwarf Sweet William Sweet William is an old-fashioned cottage garden plant that usually grows as a self seeding biennial.

40+ DIANTHUS BARBATUS BLACK ADDER FLOWER SEEDS / PERENNIAL SWEET WILLIAM

40+ dianthus barbatus black adder flower seeds / perennial sweet william

Dianthus barbatus nigrescens 'Sooty' from Thompson & Morgan - experts in the garden since 1855

SWEET WILLIAM  A good candidate for a naturalistic garden because its nectar attracts birds, bees, and butterflies. Its flowers are considered edible.  The plant is self-seeding.  It grows to 30–75 cm tall.  Widely used in borders, rock gardens and informal country cottage style gardens

Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) consists of over 300 species. Plant sweet William in fertile, humus-rich soil with plenty of drainage to prevent root and

Dianthus barbatus ‘Barbarini F1 Mix’ - Dwarf Sweet William - Perennial. Can survive in planters over winter and will rebloom easily. Semi-evergreen.

Sweet William is an old-fashioned cottage garden plant that usually grows as a self seeding biennial. This dwarf hybrid strain produces showy clusters of fragrant flowers in shades of lavender, purple, rose and red.

Loading zoom..                    Rollover image for an enlarged view.      .    Dianthus barbatus ,Sweet William,bi-annual, WS, 2012 from Prague  				  					  				  			  		    		    		  			  				Rollover image for an enlarged view  			  			  		    		    			  				  					  						  							  						  						  					  				  				  				  				  			  		  	    	  		  		  	   		Dianthus barbatus 'Summer Sundae'  		Sweet William  	     			  				Hardy Annual

Rollover image for an enlarged view. Dianthus barbatus ,Sweet William,bi-annual, WS, 2012 from Prague Rollover image for an enlarged view Dianthus barbatus 'Summer Sundae' Sweet William Hardy Annual

Dianthus barbatus 'White', Studenternellike

Dianthus barbatus 'White', Studenternellike

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