Dianthus

The alpine Dianthus are amongst the staples of the rock garden, providing lots of reliable colour after the first flush of spring flowers has passed. They form neat cushions of thin, pointed leaves, blue-grey in the majority of species, and have short stems, each with a few, wide-open, five-petalled flowers, mostly in the white-pink-red colour range. With over 100 European species, identification is often tricky.
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Dianthus 'Annette'

Tight clumps with many double cerise flowers.
£3.00

Dianthus arenarius

Dark green grassy leaves and large white flowers with deeply fringed petals.
£4.00

Dianthus freynii

Grey-green foliage covered by white or pink flowers.
£5.00

Dianthus gratianopolitanus

Rose pink flowers and grey-green foliage; the Cheddar pink.
£4.00

Dianthus 'Mrs Sinkins'

Fragrant ragged white flowers above silver grey foliage.
£5.00