Dianthus gratianopolitanus A lovely plant with greyish-green leaves and clove smelling pink flowers, good subject for the rockery or front of the border.
Latin Name: Dianthus gratianopolitanus
Common Name(s): Cheddar Pink
Plant Type: Perennial
Habitat: Sun, Well Drained
June - July
A ground hugging plant that produces very fragrant pink flowers from late spring on wards. Very versatile and easy to grow is ideal for rock gardens and a good ground cover plant.
9cm Pot, Seed Packet, Wildflower Plugs
Sun, Well Drained