Plants form a low mound of deeply-cut green foliage, bearing tall spikes of electric-blue flowers with purple highlights. Removing faded spikes at the base will encourage repeat blooming in fall.
This selection forms a perfect mound of mint-scented leaves, absolutely smothered by small, pale lilac flowers from mid-summer until frost. An excellent edging or rock garden plant with an extremely long season of interest.
A recent selection of a native wildflower that forms a tall, upright clump of long green leaves, bearing clusters of rosy-pink, vanilla-scented flowers in mid-summer that are a magnet to butterflies!
Compact foliage is adorned with blue buds that are fragrant and attractive to a variety of pollinators. Plants should get a hardy, spring pruning in regions that have harsh winters.
Bling Bling is an unusual colour in the dianthus world. Incredibly fragrant creamy yellow double blooms smother the evergreen grey-green foliage from late spring to autumn.