Another species of Dianthus, these flowers are called Carnations by some. During the spring and summer, this plant produces sweetly fragrant blossoms, delicate and heavily fringed.
The young leaves of the Fringed Pink are edible and may be boiled to make a drink.
Duration: Biennial/PerennialBloom Time: SummerHeight: 12” to 18”Spacing: 9” to 12”Light: Full SunSoil Moisture: MediumUSDA Zone: 3a-9
Quantity: 100 Fringed Pinks Flower Seeds