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Dancing Geisha Dianthus

2 reviews


Dianthus isensis.


We love unusual looking flowers. If you do too, this is a must-have! We could not resist this lovely Dianthus with exotic, fringed flowers of white, purple, pink and red shades. Flowers first year in garden beds or containers. A distinctive cut flower. Grows from 10”-12”. Zone 5-9.

15 seeds

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    Not pink

    My first flower opened today and I was confused because its white. So I read thru the description again and realized they are multi colors . I wish at least one of the 3 photos above showed that. I thought these were all pink.

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    Elizabeth F.
    Easy and different look from the usual Dianthus

    I had no problem germinating them outside in a container on my patio. I added some coarse sand to my seed starting mix. I’m in zone 10a (So CA), so I started them outside in January. They came up with no issues and have been blooming for a month or two. It’s early June now, and they are still blooming away. I do deadhead them to keep them going. I thought they wouldn’t be much different from ‘Rainbow Loveliness’, but I grow both, and much prefer ‘Dancing Geisha’. Dancing Geisha’s blooms are far more dramatic, and much larger. They really make a statement in a small bouquet, with their big, frilly, drooping blooms. I’m very pleased with my seeds from Pinetree. I think every single seed germinated. Try this one, you’ll love it!