Another garden first brought to you only from Burpee. The most coveted of garden hues;true blue;is now in this high performing annual dianthus. Strong, full plants quickly fill the garden bed with a carpet of darling 1" blooms with overlapping petals and a crisp white eye . Untouched by summer's heat, humidity or rain, the self-cleaning plants require no special care to look their best. Enjoy cool color right up until frost.
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Dianthus, Diana's Blueberry Hybrid
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Dianthus, Diana's Blueberry Hybrid is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Loved it!I started these last year and they came up great and the color looked exactly like the picture. Love them!
Date published: 2012-01-16
Rated 2 out of
Not blue!Nothing like the photo or the description. Flower color is a clear saturated pink, no hint of blue or lavender. Waited a year to see these bloom only to be disappointed by the color. Foliage is finer and more delicate than typical dianthus chinensis, leaves sometimes displaying pink or reddish tips. Burns up easily in Texas full sun, so I recommend part or morning sun only.