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Sweet William Seeds - Hearald of Spring Sweet William DianthusA lovely mix of bold reds and pinks, Hearald of Spring, as the name suggests, is an early season cultivar of Sweet William. Shorter growing than some varieties, Hearald of Spring is a garden bed favorite!This beautiful Biennial, or short lived Perennial, is a lovely example of the diversity of popular garden flowers, Dianthus. Easy to grow in full sun or partial shade, Sweet William is adaptable to a variety of soil types.

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Helianthemum 'Dazzler'

Produces masses of showy, single, magenta-red blooms on a low growing, evergreen, shrub-like plant. Great rock garden subject or for the front of the border.

Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus)

Wildflowers from the trails of western Pennsylvania (and more) - Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) on the Youghiogheny River Trail

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There are many spring flowering bulbs in the Moosey Garden, the result of having two daffodil farms just around the country corner. But flowers with corms, tubers, and rhizomes should be included in this section, too. There's more to life than daffodils!

Love the brilliant pink colors of Sweet William? Plant your seeds in the fall to have an early start for spring blooms. There's lots of plants that need the winter chill to thrive. Come choose your favorites and get sowing.

30 Flower Seeds to Sow in the Fall

Want to get a jump start on spring blooms? There are many flowering plants you can sow from seed as the weather gets cooler in the fall. After a winter chill, they will resume growing in the spring.

Lance-Leaf Coreopsis,( Coreopsis lanceolata). is a steady and colorful wildflower that is a long-time favorite of meadow gardeners. Legendary for being hardy and very easy to grow.

Order: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Genus: Coreopsis Species: C.


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Dianthus EverLast series  Double-flowered, nicely mounding EverLast dianthus earned its name because of its continuous flowering ability all season. Starting early, this hardy dianthus blooms with vigor and can even take a little cold weather. It continues to rebloom even after temperatures start to drop in later summer. The EverLast series features double dianthus in several colors: White, Burgundy Blush, Lavender, Lilac, and Orchid. Full sun.

Must-Grow New Perennials for 2013

EverLast series features double dianthus in several colors: White, Burgundy Blush, Lavender, Lilac, and Orchid. Name: Dianthus EverLast Series Growing Conditions: Full sun Size: To 12 inches tall and 14 inches wide Zones: Grow It With: Lambs'-ears