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Produces very fragrant, 1.5 inch rose-pink flowers with toothed petals. Heaviest bloom is from March until May; Flavora Rose Shades Dianthus will flower most of summer when old flowers are picked.
Forms neat, compact, 9-12 inch tall mounds. Tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Winter hardy to zone 4.
Stunning, fragrant, pale, double, fringed flowers are splashed in orange shades along the petal edges. They make superb cut flowers. Easy to grow in mild summer areas, the 24 inch tall plants bloom all summer and well into the fall, when old blooms are removed. Winter hardy to zone 4.
Stunning, fragrant, double white, fringed flowers with rich raspberry petal edges. Superb cut flowers. Plants grow to 24 inches tall, and bloom June-frost if old blooms are removed. Needs cool weather and well drained soil. Winter hardy to zone 4; can also be grown as annuals.
Extremely fragrant, fully double flowers top these long, strong stems, making them superb for cutting. Plants grow to 2 feet tall, and are vigorous and heavy flowering. Can be grown as an annual, with the seeds started indoors in winter for flowers in spring, or in mid to late summer for fall blooms. Winter hardy to zone 8.
Bright magenta flowers.
Creamy pastel yellow flowers.
Bushy, base branching 20-24 inch tall plants freely produce large, fragrant, double flowers on long, stiff stems. They are superb for cutting. Plants require little or no support. Winter hardy to zone 3.
A formula mix of dark red, scarlet, golden-yellow, white and rose.
The petals are such a dark shade of red they appear velvety black.
Bright scarlet flowers.
Golden yellow flowers.
Pure white flowers.
Extremely fragrant, double fringed blooms. Winter hardy to zone 6, they can be grown as an annual in zones 4 and above.
A fragrant mix of large flowers. Blooms in shades of red, rose, violet, white, yellow, salmon, orange and showy bicolors.
Large, white striped with red double flowers on sturdy, 2 foot tall plants.
Extremely fragrant mix of large, double, striped and picotee flowers in shades of, pink, salmon, crimson, scarlet, violet, and white.
Large, highly scented flowers are a lovely, shimmering canary-yellow.
Pure rose colored flowers.
Bright orange flowers.
Candy apple red flowers on long stems cover the lush 8 inch plants in early summer and again in the fall. They are attractive edging borders, covering banks or in rock gardens. Prefers partial shade. Winter hardy to zone 3.
Showy frilled white flowers with bright red eyes bloom over a long spring and summer season, then repeat in fall. Plants are 6 inches tall, spreading, evergreen, and heavy blooming, forming lush mats of dark green foliage. Use to edge borders, cover banks, or grow in rock gardens. Prefers partial shade. Winter hardy to zone 3.
Extraordinary new Sweet William Hybrid boasts full-size flower heads on dwarf, 8-10 inch plants. Flowers in about 3-4 months from seed. Start indoors in winter for bloom April to September, or start seeds in spring for fall flowers. Then cut plants back and overwinter to bloom again the following spring. Winter hardy to zone 4.
Vigorous 18-24 inch biennials, they produce dense, showy clusters of fragrant, deep maroon-chocolate flowers in late spring and early summer. Prefers afternoon shade in hot climates and often self-sows. Winter hardy to zone 3.
Sow seeds in cell packs or flats, press into soil and lightly cover. Kept at 65-70°F., germination averages 1-2 weeks. Transplant into the garden 12-18 inches apart. See Starting Seeds for more information.