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Dianthus barbatus


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Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Dianthus 'Purple Bouquet', Dianthus Barbatushas, a lightly scented, lavender bloom. They have a maximun height of 20"" and a spread of 10"" to 12"" . Dianthus 'Bouquet Purple' grows long straight stems to 24"" in length. This unique trait has

Nature Hills Nursery (1 product)
The Sweet William Double Blend, 'Dianthus barbatus', is prized as a long lasting cut flower and it fills the flower void between spring bulbs, but before summer annuals. The Double Blend is an attractive 18 inch dome of a myriad of beautiful flower

Dianthus barbatus nigrescens Sooty

Annie's Annuals and Perennials Rare, Unusual & Heirloom Plants (1 product)

Dianthus barbatus nigrescens seeds: Sooty

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
Supremely different to other Sweet Williams with 2cm fragrant blooms of deepest maroon-chocolate on red stems and mid green foliage which matures to metallic mahogany. An excellent cut flower and border plant Flowers summer. Height 30-38cm (12-15

Dianthus barbatus seeds: Indian Carpet Mixed

Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
A dwarf compact variety with a very wide color range. Dianthus Indian Carpet Mixed is excellent for bedding. It can be treated either as a biennial or as a half hardy annual to produce flowers the same season usually in around 10 weeks from sowing.

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