Dianthus, Frosty Fire
Description: Frosty Fire Dianthus begins producing brilliant red flowers in late spring and is long flowering with attractive blue-green foliage. Reaches only 6" tall at maturity making this a perfect addition as a front border plant in your garden. Frosty Fire Dianthuses are an excellent cut flower. Attracts both butterflies and hummingbirds.
Common Name: Frosty Fire Dianthus
Scientific Name: Dianthus 'Frosty Fire'
Exposure: Full Sun - Part Shade
Size: 6" height, 8-12" spread
Bloom Color: Reddish - Pink
Bloom Period: Late Spring - Summer
Landscape Use: Rock Garden, Edging, Border, Walkways
Soil: Loose, Well-drained, Slightly Alkaline
Zone: 4 - 9
Growth Rate: Moderate
Companion Plants: Bellflower, Geranium, Speedwell, Violet, Sedum, Coreopsis
Maintenance: Dead-head spent blooms. Clean up old foliage in early spring.
Fertilizer: Once a year with a slow release
Attracts: Butterflies & Hummingbirds
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