Diabunda Rose (Sweet William)

Latin Name: Dianthus x barbatus

Item #: P1821F

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Early flowering Sweet William blooms deep rose. Pkt. contains 30 seeds.
Finally - an extra dwarf hybrid Sweet William that is earlier to flower for early spring and fall sales. Full, base branching, uniform mounded plants compare to traditional Barbatus dwarf types. Very easy to grow! Crop time 10-12 weeks. High germination seed. Plants spread 8-10 in/20-25 cm. Hardy through zone 5. Likes full sun. Use in pots, containers, or for massed plantings and rock gardens. Supplied as easy to sow pellets. Packet contains 30 seeds.

SWEET WILLIAM

Dwarf & Tall Biennial Approx. 26,000 seeds per oz/28 g

GREENHOUSE: For perennial plant sales sow indoors about Feb. 15th., press seed into the soil surface, cover lightly and firm 1 oz/28 g sows about eight (12x20 in/48x80 cm) flats @ 600-700 seedlings per flat. Maintain soil temp. of 70°F/21°C for about 5 days. Lower growing temp. to about 60°F/16°C. Transplant in 4 or 5 weeks, about the same depth as they were in the seedling flat. Maintain good air circulation, grow fairly cool @ 50°F/10°C after transplanting. Dense clusters of fragrant, brightly colored flowers will bloom in early June, the second season from seed.

DIRECT SOWING: Sow seed outdoors where the plants are to bloom any time from spring until mid summer, for flowers the following season. Thin seedlings to about 8 in/20 cm apart before they become too crowded. This species persists by self seeding. They like well drained sandy soil and require sufficient moisture during dry weather. Trim after blooming to encourage new growth. Use a fungicide to protect plants during humid weather.

 

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