What is Dianthus plumarius
Dianthus plumarius, Tatsuta Nadesico or Garden pink (Scientific name: Dianthus plumarius) is a native of Europe to Siberia, a kind of evergreen perennial "Dianthus = Nadeshiko" of the family Caryophyllaceae. It is a parent of a gardening variety such as carnation. Grayish green leaves are densely grown, and flowers bloom from spring to summer. The flower is peach colored petal with cuts, and there is a red circle pattern in the center of the flower. There are also red and white in flower color. It is used for flowerbeds and containers.
Information about Dianthus plumarius
Common name: Dianthus plumarius , Scientific name: Dianthus plumarius, aka: Tatsuta Nadesico , Garden pink, Cottage pink, Native place: European to Siberian, plant height: 30 cm, leaf color: grayish green, flower size: 3 cm, flowering period: May to July, flower color: peach, white, peachy petals with a red ring pattern in the center.