Dianthus Plants in Progress

by floppycats

I got these seeds because years ago someone gave me a Dianthus plant and I love them - they have done really well in my yard ever since I took them out of the planter they were gifted to me in and put them in the ground. I planted the seeds according to the package directions - but added more seeds than recommends and they immediately germinated and are currently about 1 inch high after about 1 month. I am excited to have a full bed full of them. I love to watch them grow. And since I over planted them, I have also already transplanted some to a few other beds. I love how hardy Dianthus are - and hope that these little seeds turn into robust plants.

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