Chinese Pink, Rainbow Pink
There are a large numbers of species and hybrids of Dianthus. They make good edgings for flower beds and are excellent for cottage gardens. In Phoenix the pinks on these pictures are best planted in the fall, as soon as the temperature becomes cooler at night. They will grow and bloom quietly during the winter and then will give an explosion of flowers at the end of March until May. They are better removed in summer.
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