Sweet Williams Tall Single Mix 300 Seeds Beautiful Mix of Small Flower Clusters Rare

Sweet Williams Tall Single Mix 300 Seeds Beautiful Mix of Small Flower Clusters Rare

Price: $13.70

  • Planting Information Needs Cold Stratify: No Average Germ Time: 14-21 Days Light Required: NO Sowing Depth: 1/4" Moisture: Lightly Moist Plant Spacing: 10-12"
  • Season: Annual/Perennial Zoned: 3-11 Height: 10-12" Bloom Season: Summer Bloom Color: Yellow, Red, Orange Sun: Full
  • 300 Fresh Seeds Sweet William has a beautiful mix of red, pink, white and bicolor blooms. Easy to grow and perfect for containers or garden beds, Tall Single Mix will fill your garden with color and fragrance! This beautiful Biennial, or short lived Perennial, is a lovely example of the diversity of popular garden flowers, Dianthus. Easy to grow in full sun or partial shade, Sweet William is adaptable to a variety of soil types.

Sweet William 100+ Seeds Organic, Beautiful Clusters of Flowers

Sweet William 100+ Seeds Organic, Beautiful Clusters of Flowers

Price: $2.98

  • Produces huge flowers that are great for cutting! Blooms June through October Zones 3-10
  • These plants prefer an area of full sunlight, but will do fine is some shade.
  • All seeds are packaged and for the current growing season.

Flower Seeds - Sweet William Seeds- Mixed Colors - Dianthus barbatus - Biennial - Liliana's Garden

Price: $4.99

  • Booklet with Tips and Growing Guide Included with Every Packet of Dianthus "Sweet Williams Mix" Seeds. Top Quality Seeds and Beautiful Packaging Make an Excellent Gift
  • Never GMO - Grown Using Natural, Sustainable Methods Only - Every Variety is Open-Pollinated | These Heirloom Seeds are Grow and Harvested on Small Farms in the USA
  • Seeds Must Have Light to Germinate! Approximately 500 Quality-Guaranteed Dianthus "Sweet Williams Mix" Seeds per Packet, Measured by Weight

15 Sweet Williams Flower Seeds

15 Sweet Williams Flower Seeds

Price: $10.10

  • 100% Brand New
  • High Quality Product

Planting Sweet William

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  2. Irish Times Time to plant your sleeping beauties
    Mid-autumn is a good time of the year to plant spring and summer-flowering biennials such as wallflowers, foxgloves, honesty, sweet William and Icelandic poppies into their final growing positions in the garden or allotment or containers. As always
  3. Grimsby Live 'We're back on Freeman Street and can't wait to start' - Fleurtations returns to where it all began
    They presented Princess Kate Middleton with a bouquet of flowers - appropriately known as Sweet Williams - when she visited the Fishing Heritage Centre in Grimsby in 2013, and were thrilled when they got a call to tell them the Duchess had taken them 
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    He also loved his “sweet, intelligent and faithful” wife who cared for him, their children and their home for many decades where, as he would say, “Every day is a good day.” Mr. Kidd is survived by his wife of over 63 years, Roberta Wales Kidd; eight
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  1. Sweet Williams grow fastest in full sun, but are best suited for cool climates. Ideally, they should receive four to five hours of direct sunlight a day, but planting them in light shade is a wise option if you live in a hot climate (USDA zone 8 and above).
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  3. Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William) is a species of Dianthus native to southern Europe and parts of Asia which has become a popular ornamental garden plant. It is a herbaceous biennial or short-lived perennial plant growing to 13–92 cm tall, with flowers in a dense cluster of up to 30 at the top of the stems.
  4. Flowers blooms are produced in clusters in the spring. Colors include white, red, pink, crimson, scarlet, purple, and bi-colors. The compact size of Sweet Williams make them great for containers and pots.
  5. Sweet Williams flowers are a single species in the large, 300 species genus of dianthus, which is a member of the caryophyllaceae family. They are mostly native to southern Europe, but one variety also grows in abundance in areas of northeastern Asia.
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(Dianthus barbatus). A scented, intensely-coloured, classic summer flower. Canon 300D, EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 II 47mm, f/5.6, 1/500, ISO 100.
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