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This antique flower has found sanctuary in cottage gardens, grown continually by gardeners who cherish sturdy, reliable, and beautifully unique flowers. The lovely salmon-pink flowers bloom in early summer and persist, self-sowing to ensure their place in your garden and your heart.
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mariolyn, :>)) Voronica~


Thanks for info. They smell nice too.


mariolyn, in answer to your questions: Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William) is a biennial or short-lived perennial prized for its densely packed, flattened clusters of small flowers from late spring to the first frosts. ... wide (15-30 cm), Sweet William will reseed each year in optimum growing conditions and remain in the garden. Hope this helps. *U* Voronica~


Jason, good for you! Stay well . . . . *U* Voronica~


Is it also called dianthus? And is a perennial?


All is well with me, Voronica.
Just very busy.

Hope all is well with you, too.


Jillian, thanks for the info, I'm going to have to see if I can order some to plant. Have a wonderful day. *U* Voronica~


It really is such a sweet little flower and produces prolific blooms. Thanks Voronica


Suzy, I'm absolutely horrible with names of flowers, but just maybe I'll remember this one and seek it out. I love the color of and it's name is lovely too. Thanks for the good wishes. You too . . . *U* Voronica~


OH! This is a long forgotten flower, now remembered. It deserves a place in any garden, and I will do that! Lovely post, Voronica. May your day be as bright and happy as Sweet William!


Jason, you're most welcome. Good to see you today, pray all is well with you and yours. Take good care. . . *U* Voronica~


Lovely :-)

Thank you, Voronica.

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