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Plant height: 2 - 4 inches (5 - 11 cm)
Plant spread: 4 - 6 inches (10 - 16 cm)
Dianthus is a genus of plants, members of the plant family Caryophyllaceae. Commonly known as carnations, pinks or Sweet Williams, the flowering plants are annuals, biennials or short-lived perennials. The plants, whose narrow leaves range from bright green to silver-gray, form clumps or spreading mounds.
Dianthus height varies widely, from as little as 2 inches to over 40 inches. Flower colors range from white to pink and several shades of red, variegated blooms are also cultivated. The small flowers are deeply fragrant. Dianthus are deer-resistant and easy to grow.
Common name(s): Dianthus,Cheddar pinks, Clove pinks, Gilly flower pinks, wild Clove Pink,carnation,Dianthus caryophyllus,Dianthus plumarius ,sweet william ,Dianthus barbatus.
Flower colours: It comes in various colors like:-white, bright white, red, pink, rani, red-white, pink-red, white-pink.
Bloom time: Flower blooming time April to November
Max reachable height: 1 to 4 feet
Difficulty to grow: Easy to row
Soil: Well drained and fertile soil
Temperature: 15-27 degree C
Fertilizer: Use any organic fertilizer
Special features: Dianthus are garden classics, appearing in many shapes and colors, most with blue/green or blue frosted quill-like foliage.
Culinary use: Fresh dianthus petals can be used to liven up salads, sandwiches and pies.
The petals of the flowers, when crystallized, make beautiful decorations for cakes and pastries.
Ornamental use: Can be used as an ornamental plant in landscapes and gardens.
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