Ever wonder why all Dianthus are called "pinks?" It's clearly not the flower color; reds, whites, maroons and bicolors of this versatile genus answer to the same nickname.
This colorful moniker persists from a time when every household had a seamstress or two. The toothy petal edges look as if someone trimmed them with tiny pinking shears.
By any color, by any name, our carefully-chosen "pinks" are tailor-made for your containers. Slip into the Devon CottageTM or Scent FirstTM series from world-leading Whetman Pinks. Get fitted with Firewitch, a Perennial Plant of the Year winner.
Don't let your schedule come unraveled. Sew up the season with Dianthus starters from Emerald Coast Growers - the easy choice!
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