This Dianthus Dunetti is hardy from zones 5 through 9, thriving in full sun and any ordinary garden soil provided it is well-drained. A mainstay of any self-respecting border or bed,
Dianthus Dunetti also does well in containers of all types, accent plantings, and edgings among flowering ground cover plants. You may also cut and put in a vase and it will last approximately 2 weeks.
For early blooms, sow Dianthus Dunetti seeds indoors 6 - 8 weeks before frost season is over. Use a sterile starter mix and sow flower seeds on the surface. Barely cover the Dianthus seed with soil. Transplant seedlings when temperatures have warmed.
Directly sow flower seeds outdoors into prepared soil after frost season has passed. Lightly cover Dianthus flower seeds and keep them moist until germination.