Dianthus Whatfield Gem

Dianthus Whatfield Gem

Dianthus Whatfield Gem

Alpine pinks are great plants for the rock garden or as edging along the front of the border.

With red wavy edged scented flowers this compact plant flowers from late spring to the end of summer.

Common Name:   Alpine Pink
Family:    Caryophyllaceae,
Description: compact mound with red and white double flowers.

Plant Characteristics
Plant Type:  Dianthus Whatfield Gem
Habit:    dense clump
Fragrance: sweet /cloves

Colour
Flower: Red with white edges.
Foliage: Linear grey leaves.

Size
Ultimate Height: 15cms
Ultimate spread:  20cms
Time to ultimate height:    2 years

Sunlight

Aspect:

Plant Resilience
Hardiness: Full
Low maintenance:  Easy Care.

Soil Type
Soil PH: Neutral.
Moisture: Drought tolerant.

Season of interest: Spring/Summer.
Alpine Garden.
Front of borders.
Containers.

Suggested planting locations and garden types:
Alpine Garden.
Front of borders.
Containers.

How to care
Pruning: Tidy old foliage in the spring.
Pests: Slugs/Snails

 

Description
Dianthus whatfield Gem-Available April onwards.
Order Dianthus whatfield Gem-Available April onwards. organic plants-9cm pots @ £3.50

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