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Dianthus subacaulis ‘Gary Eichhorn’   

Similar to D. 'Tiny Rubies' but with cleaner foliage. Delicate, fragrant pink flowers begin blooming in mid May over short, clean, grass-like mounds. Grows 8" tall. Introduced by Intrinsic Perennial Gardens, Hebron, IL. 

    Common Name:Pinks
    Hardiness Zones:4-7
    Deer Resistant:Yes
Growing Tips: Plant in well drained, lime-enriched (alkaline) soil.

About Dianthus: The Dianthus genus is very large and includes carnations. All Dianthus are very charming and their low-growing nature makes them quite suitable for rock gardens, alpine gardens, cascading from stonewalls, around flagstones or even tucked in the front border. Many are fragrant. Excellent drainage is key to successful overwintering.