SKU: 46733
Availability: Out of stock



Latin Name: Dianthus barbatus Barbarini™ Red Picotee

Description: Commonly known as Sweet William, this old-fashioned garden favourite usually grows as a self seeding biennial. This dwarf hybrid variety showcases large, showy clusters of eye-catching, fragrant flowers with ombre pink/red petals with finely-toothed, white edges in the late spring into the summer. In between blooms lies narrow, dense, lance-like green foliage. A terrific choice for container gardens or border edging applications.

Zone: 3
Height: 15-20cm
Spread: 20-30cm
Shape: Mounding
Sun or Shade: Full Sun
Foliage: Long and narrow, dense, lance-like green leaves
Flower type: Clusters of large, frilled red/pink ombre flowers with white edging

To help ensure your satisfaction, Peter Knippel Nursery Inc. offers the following guarantee:

GUARANTEE: Peter Knippel Nursery Inc. agrees to replace once at no charge, any tree, shrub or evergreen purchased at regular retail price, which fails to grow in the first year from date of purchase.

Roses are guaranteed for the duration of the first growing season (from Spring to Fall) from the date of purchase.

Plants purchased on sale are guaranteed to the sale price only.

In no case shall Peter Knippel Nursery Inc. be liable for more than the amount of the original purchase price.

NOT COVERED: The guarantee does not apply to annuals, tropicals, houseplants, perennials, above-ground planters, sod, bulbs, seeds, customer plants which have been transplanted or ‘final sale’ items. Roses are not guaranteed over the winter months.

We do not guarantee against losses due to vandalism, theft, mechanical or chemical injury, animal damage, pest damage, neglect, improper care or severe weather conditions beyond our control.

CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITY: The purchaser agrees to follow proper planting, maintenance, watering frequency and winter protection.

If replacement is necessary, the customer is responsible for presenting the failed plant material and the original purchase invoice.