Spicy, clove-scented flowers in a mix of whites, purples, pinks and mauves. Small flowers in dense, flat-topped terminal clusters. 2-ft plants are wonderful for border displays, rockeries, containers and cutting gardens. Dianthus plants attract butterflies, hummingbirds and pollinating insects. Seldom grazed by deer. Biennial sown April-June to flower May-June of following year. Also called Pinks and Sweet William. 100 seeds or more.