Plants of this species are some of the oldest known cultivated flowers. With dainty rose, pink, and white flowers and delightful spicy scent, these colorful blooms are a standard for a classic wildflower gardens. Clusters of bright blooms in kaleidoscopic color combinations form at the top of sturdy stalks. Sweet William Pinks are easily grown from seed and behaves as a biennial that will usually bloom the second year. These sturdy plants originally from the mountain of Europe will easily reseed. Their name comes from the frilly (pinked) edges of the petals.
Packet size: 18 gms, approx. 17,000 seeds