Firewitch Dianthus

The Firewitch Dianthus flowers pink from mid-spring to mid-summer. Don’t prune this plant down to the ground in fall, because in winter months the green foliage may remain as it is an evergreen. Known for being deer resistant and extremely hardy, it can handle almost any weather and soil. It does prefer loose alkaline soils though.

Make sure it gets full sun and you ’ll have a great perennial that looks amazing in spring, summer, and winter, and can be divided into new groups every few years.

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