If you’re a frill seeker, you’ll love hardy dianthus. Set against unique purple-green foliage, Dianthus Heart Attack has profuse, deep-red fragrant blooms.
Fast and easy to grow dianthus makes a great low maintenance feature in a rock garden or at the edge of a garden bed. Dianthus Heart Attack also looks striking planted en masse as a groundcover or displayed in pots.
Perfumed flowers last well as cut flowers and with regular deadheading will flower through spring, summer and autumn. Flowers will also encourage pollinators into your garden.
|Size — 140mm|
|Growth Width — 40cm|
|Growth Height — 30cm|
|Flower Colour — Red|
|Flowering Period — March, April, May, September, October, November|
|Light Requirements — Full sun|
|Soil Requirements — Well drained soil|
|Planting Advice||Low maintenance, easy to grow, remove old flowers to encourage new flowers to emerge. Profuse flowering|
Dianthus generally tolerate very dry conditions, but will benefit from regular watering.
No pruning is generally required for this dianthus however removing spent flowers with encourage new blooms.
Dianthus make great cut flowers. When picking flowers, always break the stem off near the base of the plant.