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Native to the mountains of Europe,
sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) bears drifts of old-fashioned
flowers, reminiscent of Victorian cottage gardens. One of over 300
species in the Dianthus genus, its relatives are commonly known as
pinks and carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus). Typically, pinks grow
low to the ground, bloom profusely and smell like cloves and other
spices. Their nickname originated, not from their bloom color, but
from their fringed, or pinked, petal edges, although many pinks, as
well as sweet William, produce flowers in shades of Pink or rose
Approx. 200 Seeds/Pkg.
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