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Grass Rose Pink

Dianthus pavonius

Also known as

Peacock Pink

Dianthus neglectus 2 by http://www.fleurs-des-montagnes.net (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Light watering
Frost Hardy

H7

RHS hardiness

-20°C

Minimum temperature

Expected size

Height
Spread

10cm

Max

10cm

Min

2 years to reach maturity

Flowering

  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

More images of Grass Rose Pink

Some pink Dianthus pavonius flowers in the wild
A photo of Grass Rose Pink
Some pink Dianthus pavonius flowers in the wild
A photo of Grass Rose Pink
A photo of Grass Rose Pink

Grass Rose Pink Overview

Dianthus pavonius is also known by the common names grass rose pink and peacock pink. It is a perennial with a cushion-forming habit. Foliage is narrow, evergreen and coloured green-grey and this plant typically doesn't grow taller than half a metre. It is mainly cultivated for its attractive pale or bright pink flowers, which are produced in clusters at the ends of stems. Petals are shallowly toothed along their edges, creating a frilly, rough-edged effect.

Common problems with Grass Rose Pink

How to propagate Grass Rose Pink

Seed

Propagate by seed from autumn-early spring, place seed in containers or a cold frame.

Cuttings

Take cuttings from non-flowering stems in summer, may be rooted any time of the year.

Layering

Special features of Grass Rose Pink

Attractive flowers

Other uses of Grass Rose Pink

Grown for their mass of flowers, often scented, some of which are excellent for cutting. Suitable for coastal conditions.