Dianthus chinensis 'Dancing Geisha'
The flowers on this Dianthus are totally potty. They look like umbrellas that have been shredded in a high wind.
Large, drooping and fringed the blooms come in a range of pinks, whites, purples and reds. So unusual they need to be shown off.
A pot filled with gritty soil is perfect. In addition the blue-green foliage is erect and tidy and the flowers waft the fragrance of cloves around the garden.
Snap off the spent flowers for a display that will last for months.
Excessive winter wet may cause the plant to rot and die.
Photo: Blackstem Plants
£ 6.00 Sold out
White, pink, red
Shepherds Lodge•Clay Hill Road•Lamberhurst•Kent•TN3 8LT
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