Dianthus Tiny Rubies Pinks

Dianthus Tiny Rubies Pinks

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Fragrant

Attract Pollinators

Comes Back Every Year

Container Friendly

Drought Tolerant

Easy Care

Full Sun

Description

Hello! I am a Tiny Rubies Perennial, and I am known for my bright and fragrant tiny pink flowers, which give dainty and delicate attributes to your garden composition. I am commonly used for attracting bees and butterflies into a yard, and my flowers are often cut, or even grown inside, to bring a fragrant aroma into the home. I am low maintenance and independent, and will thrive in any soil type or pH. My perfect home has lots of sunlight for me to bask in, and moist soil that doesn't dry out!

Dianthus Tiny Rubies Pinks

Dianthus Tiny Rubies Pinks

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Details

Latin Name

Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Tiny Rubies'

Common Name

Tiny Rubies Pinks

Current Size

4-6 Inches

Hardiness Zone

3

Bloom Time

June-July

Mature Width

12 Inches

Mature Height

6 Inches

Flower Colour

Deep Pink

Growth Rate

Slow

Sun

Full Sun (6+ hours)

Pruning

Late Fall

Water

Once per week

Highlights

  • Compact, low-growing habit: Tiny Rubies Pinks grow to be only a few inches tall and spread slowly, making them perfect for small spaces or container gardens.
  • Abundant, colourful blooms: These plants produce masses of bright pink flowers with a deep pink eye that bloom from late spring through early summer, attracting pollinators like bees and butterflies to your garden.
  • Easy to care for: Tiny Rubies Pinks are very low-maintenance and tolerant of a range of soil and light conditions, making them an ideal choice for beginner gardeners or those who want a fuss-free plant that still adds plenty of colour to their garden.

Care Guide

  • Watering: Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, but not waterlogged.
  • Maintenance:Deadhead regularly to encourage continued blooming. Cut back the plants after the first flush of blooms to encourage a second flush. Divide the clumps every 2-3 years in spring or fall to refresh the plant and promote better flowering.
  • Pruning: Prune in late fall or early spring, removing any dead or damaged growth.
  • (Optional):Fertilize with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in spring, when the new growth begins. Alternatively, you can feed the plants with a liquid fertilizer every 4-6 weeks during the growing season.

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