Dianthini

A captivating and timeless variety that graces gardens with unparalleled beauty. This exquisite rose, available exclusively on our online page, is a symbol of enduring love and sophistication.

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These sweetly-scented blossoms will bring irresistible charm to any flower bed. This delicate flower blooms in pink, red, and white, and is a happy camper in most garden conditions. Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) belongs to the Dianthus flower family, which also includes pinks and carnations. Greek botanist Theophrastus gave these flowers the genus name Dianthus, which means “divine flower.” The origin of the common name Sweet William has been debated, though one interesting theory states that the “William” comes from a mispronunciation of the French word for the flower, “oiellet.” The name has also been said to honor either William Shakespeare, the Duke of York, the Duke of Cumberland, or William the Conqueror.

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