Dianthus Barbatus or the Sweet William

Germans call these flowers “Bertnelken”. There are already some colors in our garden but I still bought another three colors. I already have white, pink, fuschia, purple and some color combinations.

Dianthus Barbatus or the Sweet William flowers are herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant growing to 30–75 cm tall, with flowers in a dense cluster of up to 30 at the top of the stems. I spread some seeds on our garden last year and I found out that they grow back again this year. I was so happy with it. I will see if I can get more colors the next time I go to the garden center.

The Dianthus Barbatus or the Sweet William  in our garden. They are still blooming until now.


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