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Allwood Pinks

Allwood Pinks 'Alpinus' (Dianthus x allwoodii)

One of the best plants for adding lasting color to hot, dry situations. An excellent companion to taller and broader leafed plants in the rock garden. Good soil drainage, year round, is essential.

Alpine Pink

Alpine Pink (Dianthus alpinus)

A mounded cushion of needle-like foliage provides a dark green backdrop for an abundance summer blooms. This native of the Alps is an excellent companion to taller and broader leafed plants in the rock garden. Good soil drainage, year round, is essential.

Border Pinks

Border Pinks Dessert™ Series (Dianthus species)

Compact, mounding plant with attractive blue-green foliage. Fragrant, single blooms on sturdy stems attract bees and butterflies. Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.

Carnation

Carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus)

Dianthus caryophyllus produce fragrant, loosely tufted blooms sure to catch the attention of nose and eyes. Varieties bred from this species give the gardener a selection of heights and branching habits to fit a range of gardening needs and space; from large cutting gardens to lush…

Carnation Indoors

Carnation Indoors (Dianthus caryophyllus)

Dianthus caryophyllus produce fragrant, loosely tufted blooms sure to catch the attention of nose and eyes. Try several as a cheery centerpiece or tuck some amongst leafy houseplants for a quick, colorful change of décor.

Cheddar Pink

Cheddar Pink (Dianthus gratianopolitanus)

A very tough, mat forming species of Dianthus with richly fragrant blooms. Shows very good resistance to heat and humidity, but does need well-drained soil. Plant some where the scent can be enjoyed!

Cottage Pinks, Border Pinks

Cottage Pinks, Border Pinks (Dianthus plumarius)

Masses of sweetly scented, carnation-form flowers all summer long. Silvery evergreen foliage is a nice complement. Without question, one of the most satisfying perennials in the garden!

Cottage Pinks

Cottage Pinks 'Star' Series (Dianthus species)

Single fringed flowers with a spicy scent. Mat-forming foliage is compact and silvery-gray. Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.

Cushion Alpine Pinks

Cushion Alpine Pinks (Dianthus simulans)

A tiny plant with big appeal. Beautiful blue-green foliage forms a dense, smooth mass so perfectly rounded it brings a sculptural quality to the garden. Plant near dark green or burgundy-leafed plants for great color contrast. Requires excellent soil drainage for best performance.

Dianthus, China Pink, Indian Pink

Dianthus, China Pink, Indian Pink (Dianthus chinensis)

Commonly called China pink or Indian pink, this species of Dianthus produces fringe-petaled blooms with little to no scent. These Chinese natives are technically short-lived perennials, but are generally grown as annuals. Named varieties offer a range of heights and colors with…