Posted on July 3, 2021 Updated on July 3, 2021
There are so many variations of Dianthus. Judging by Pl@ntNet, this is a D. Barbatus species or a Sweet William verson. ~Vic
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I love a Dianthus. I had many in my yard in Texas.
They are pretty things and such a variety.
Pinks! That’s what we call them in our neck of the world! Happy Fourth to you and yours!!!
They be hot! 😁💗💝💖💕💞
Happy 4th to you, too, Momma!
Pretty! This flower I know, I had them in my garden 20 years ago. 🙂
I had them in my yard in Texas.
You do see a lot of purple in the flowers around there. Purple and pink
And, the bees & butterflies love ’em.
I do like butterflies.
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