Very fragrant blooms and very compact, bushy foliage. Some confusion exists as to whether this pink was Raised by C. T. Musgrave in 1936 or...Click here for full details... A very compact alpine pink. Quite a rare Dianthus now. Mildly scented. Common name(s): PinkClick here for full details... A very occasional email newsletter giving updates on the nursery, interesting plant information and special offers. Height 30-40 cm 12-16 inches Spread 25-30 cm 10-12 inches Foot Traffic None Growth Rate Medium . Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower, Double flowers with velvet crimson ground and a very thin white lacing. Similar in flower to 'Waithman's Beauty'. An old favourite. Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Introduced around 1840. An old pink which was originally found growing in a workhouse at Beaminster, Devon. The Greeks called the Pink, 'The Flower of Zeus' or 'The Divine Flower' and the word Dianthus is derived from Dios (God) and Anthos (Flower). Makes a good cut flower. Deep rose-pink with a thin maroon central eye. The colour is a pink ground with a maroon eye and lacing. Common name(s): Pink;...Click here for full details... Also known as La Bourbrille. Height: 30cm A most distinctive 'pink' which becomes a real talking point when in flower. We have not seen or heard of it anywhere else and the nursery in question no... An old pink 1700. Slightly fringed. Heavily scented. Softly clove scented. This plant has received an Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society... A very good rockery or container pink with masses of white flowers above tight green-grey mats of foliage. Height: 15cm Semi-double pale pink flowers with paintbrush strokes of rose. A vigorous and free-flowering pink, bearing large double white flowers. A beautiful alpine pink. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. One of the more robust garden pinks. A very good border pink. Height: 30cm A robust but modestly sized plant with single carmine red flowers, marked with white. Very scented flowers. Dating from 1798 and not to be confused with a more modern border pink of the same name. Crushed raspberry splashed with white on white petals. The foliage is slender and sparsely spread on thick stems. Double white flowers with deep purple lacing and strong scent. Lovely clove scent. Flowers from May to July. Assorted Colors. Very sweetly scented. 9cm pot: £6.99: 9cm pot. Print this Plant. Excellent for rockery, container or front of border, Flashing Lights has masses of gleaming red flowers on neat mats of dark green foliage. Nice blue-green foliage. Height: 25cm Height: 15cm Height: 8cm Common name(s): Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... From 1994.  Click here for full details... A very popular pink raised by Montague Allwood in 1945. A lovely plant. A beautiful alpine pink. Height: 10cm Long flowering if dead-headed. A 20th century free-flowering pink with chestnut lacing. Very fragrant. He was so pleased with the plant that he presented one to King George III. Long stems make it good for cutting and putting in a vase... An old pink which is also known as 'Ruffling Robin'. Dating from before 1932, this alpine pink has pure white flowers with a slight pink eye, neat foliage and a good scent. Pink Kisses ® is the success story of the German plant market. An easy plant, happy in most soils provided they are not too wet. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Height: 30cm The bluish-grey leaves are narrow, thick at the thorny tip which gives it the appearance of a hedgehog... A very compact alpine pink which forms a neat mound. Excellent amongst rocks, paving or on a wall, easy and free flowering. Single with a velvet, crushed raspberry main colour and mauvish-pink tips to the fringed petals. A strong growing plant with lovely pink flowers on long stems. Very fragrant. Very attractive. Flower diameter 3 - 3,5 cm. Height: 25cm Common name(s): Pink;... From 1985. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Vigorous grower, but compact, with a long flowering season. Not to be confused with 'Samuel Barlow', which is a border carnation. Height: 25cm Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. Height: 40cm Height: 10cm Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Single, magenta flowers from June to September. This old and very popular 'pink' has double white flowers with crimson lacing and a chocolate eye. Single white fringed flowers with a faint green eye. Little Ben has semi-double white flowers with rich purple edging, wide central zone and central bar to each petal, resembling a clock face. A very good border pink. From 1868. Long flowering for an old fashioned Pink, often continuing into winter. Sweetly scented. Strong clove scent. Good scent. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower, Also known as Pheasants Ear. Introduced by E.S. A beautiful alpine pink. Not to be confused with 'Samuel Barlow', which is a border carnation. Magenta petals with feathery cream markings. Not an uncommon variety, but we include it because it's such a good one. Semi-double, creamy white flowers with a delightful scent. Double blooms with a strong scent. Dating from the end of World War Two and now very rare. It is probably native to the Mediterranean region but its exact range is unknown due to extensive cultivation for the last 2,000 years. Common name(s): Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... An unusual Dianthus. For hundreds of years, some varieties were known as carnations because the flowers were fashioned into coronets and used during festivals. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower, A long flowering pink with dark pink central area, fading to light pink on the frilly edges. Introduced in 1994. More Information; Remark: XL: Qty per tray: 1: Minimum height Common name(s):...Click here for full details... Soft lilac pink with maroon lacing. The picture doesn't do it justice. Similar in flower to 'Waithman's Beauty'. Height: 15cm He was so pleased with the plant that he presented one to King George III. An old pink, believed to date from around 1700. Very neat foliage. Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Height: 20cm Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Grown since the 17th century and has always been very popular. White with a deep red eye and laced feathered edging. Growing Requirements for Dianthus … Believed to be a very old pink which came to us from someone who purchased it at a nursery 2005. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Height: 8cm A most distinctive 'pink' which becomes a real talking point when in flower. Bred by F.R. Common name(s):... Soft lilac pink with maroon lacing. Very fragrant. Height: 15cm The flowers blush to pink just before they fade. Height: 30cm The colour is a pink ground with a maroon eye and lacing. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. The Mule Pinks are a cross between a carnation and a Sweet William, resulting in larger flowers than...Click here for full details... A frilly double. Excellent amongst rocks, paving or on a wall, easy and free flowering. This one has many fragrant, double, pink flowers with fringed petals. General Information: The perfect windowsill plant. Common name(s): Pink;...Click here for full details... Beautiful crimson petals brushed with pink and soft white edges. The Whatfield series of alpine pinks were bred by Mrs J. Scholfield of... Alpine Pink. Double creamy-white flowers with a delicious scent. Height: 20cm Long flowering for an old fashioned Pink, often continuing into winter. A cross between Dianthus lumnitzeri and Dianthus 'Caesar's Mantle' introduced by Cally Gardens...Click here for full details... White flowers with distinctive pinwheel-like crimson markings. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. Also known as sweet William or pinks, the varieties in our range also make gorgeous cut flowers, either on their own or mixed with other flowers to fill your home with floral delight. Height: 25cm PLEASE NOTE: unlike some mail order nurseries, our Dianthus are not sold as tiny plug plants (rooted cuttings) but are established plants in 9cm x 10cm pots. Long flowering and heavily scented. Common name(s): Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... One of the Mule pinks. Listed in the Plant Heritage Plant Guardian Scheme – September 2016, meaning it is considered at risk of dying out due to the lack of nurseries growing... Dianthus 'Haytor' (syn: Dianthus 'Haytor White'). Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Introduced by Allwood in 1972 One of the rarest old of the old pinks, reputed to come from the 17th century. An old pink, dating from the 17th century, so named because of the tuft in the centre of the flower, resembling a pheasant's eye. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. Height: 30cm Pink, strongly scented flowers with a red eye, above neat foliage. Frost-hardy Pink Kisses also works as a late-season tender perennial dianthus while staying compact. They are drought resistant once established. Long stemmed and fragrant. Early-season pot carnation is easy to grow and easier to sell. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers...Click here for full details... A very old single pink dating from the 17th century. Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Bred in 1947. Raised by J. Pike of Acton in about 1965. Height: 25cm Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Grow this hardy perennial in patio pots or dotted through the front of borders, rockeries and gravel gardens. Not the tidiest of habits, but more than made up for by the gorgeous flowers. Dating from the 17th Century, this wonderful Pink has very fringed pure white semi-double flowers with a very slight green tinge to the centre. Height:... A beautifully simple pink of unknown age. Common name(s): The Clock-Faced Pink; GillyflowerClick here for full details... One of the Whatfield pinks. This is one of the parents of Dianthus 'Becky Robinson'. Single pink, fragrant flowers nestle on compact mats of grey foliage. Double flowers with velvet crimson ground and a very thin white lacing. Introduced by Cecil Wyatt from Bovey Tracey in Devon in about 1971. A beautiful alpine pink. Introduced by Allwood in 1972 Gently perfumed. This plant has...Click here for full details... Another in the rock garden 'Whatfield' series. grow and easier to sell. Very sweetly scented. Common name(s): Pink;...Click here for full details... A 'sport' from the white flowered D. Mrs Sinkins. Discovered in a garden in Northumberland by A.J MacSelf. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Height: 30cm Height: 30cm Some confusion exists as to whether this pink was Raised by C. T. Musgrave in 1936 or... A very compact alpine pink. Introduced by Mrs D. Underwood of Colchester, in 1966. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower Height: 25cm Single flowering white with a maroon eye and lacing. Common name(s): Pink;...Click here for full details... From 1985. Dianthus, including pinks and carnations, are certainly not all pink in colour – they can shade from pure white to the deepest of reds. Sometimes incorrectly sold as Dianthus 'Excelsior'. That nursery was given it by a lady who's father had grown it for many years. Introduced in 1987 and has been awarded the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Believed to be a very old pink which came to us from someone who purchased it at a nursery 2005. Clove scented. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. Height: 15cm Good for cutting and putting in a vase. Large blooms of creamy white with chestnut red lacing and centre. Nicely clove scented. Dianthus 'Pink Kisses' (Border carnation 'Pink Kisses') will reach a height of 0.4m and a spread of 0.35m after 2-5 years. Large bushy flowers and grows vigorously, good flower production. Common name(s): The Clock-Faced Pink; Gillyflower. Masses of delightfully-scented, burgundy flowers which develop a sprinkling of gold flecks. Best Time to Plant. Ideal for rockery or alpine pot etc. Nicely clove scented. Single frilled velvet flowers of dark carmine with fine brush marks of chocolate and pink of varying amounts. Very fringed double white with deep carmine centre. Grown since the 17th century and has always been very popular. 'Inchmery' (1800) Shell pink, flat double blooms - a dainty pink with a strong perfume. Excellent for border edges, rockeries, paving or in containers. Introduced in 1959. An easy plant, happy in most soils provided they are not too wet. Common name(s): Pink; Gillyflower. 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