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Dianthus ‘Bridal Veil’
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Dianthus  Bridal Veil

<i>Dianthus</i> ‘Bridal Veil’

Dianthus

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The subtleties of the Dianthus we’ve selected will take you back to Roman times, when this plant was regarded as divine, ‘Jove’s Flower’. Throughout history, clove-scented Dianthus have been cultivated for their fragrance and essential oils. Easy to grow and vigorous in well drained soil, Dianthus, with neat mounds of linear blue, green or gray-green foliage, are an ageless addition to any garden, especially suited to timeworn habitats such as the rockery, walls or stone pathways.

Dianthus ‘Bridal Veil’ full sun

Another dazzling Dianthus whose popularity has endured since the 17th-century, ‘Bridal Veil’ stays true to her name with ornate, highly fringed double white flowers. Speckled, deep carmine-colored centers are as plush as velour and ignite the crisp snowy blooms that offer up such a sweet and strong perfume, while adorning low, narrow-leafed gray-green tumps.

Blooms July – August.

Size: 12" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 6.

Dianthus ‘Bridal Veil’ (P-1512)
Each $7.50
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