sweet William

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Synonyms for sweet William

Eurasian pink widely cultivated for its flat-topped dense clusters of varicolored flowers

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Dianthus barbatus, or Sweet William Like all members of the Dianthus family, it's all about the delicious sweet clove scent.
DIANTHUS barbatus, or Sweet William - like all members of the Dianthus family - it's all about that delicious sweet clove scent.
FINISH planting spring bedding such as wallflowers, primulas, pansies, sweet williams and forget-me-nots.
Gina likes carnations and sweet Williams for their spicy fragrance and season-long color.
For example, a yellow chrysanthemum meant you felt slighted, sweet Williams signified artifice, turnips signified charity.
Has: forget-me-nots, baby's breath, sweet Williams, lemongrass, spearmint, hibiscus, purple-white, spider plants, lemon, orange grapefruit, tangerine, Rome and Johanna apples, vegetable seeds, gardenias, yellow golden bells, figs, peaches, plums, wildflower seeds, elderberries, mulberries, Indian blanket, daisies
Her memories she spun into a silk cocoon and grew sweet williams in a dainty bowl.
LAST week we made a scarecrow, so why not get planting some colourful Sweet Williams, pictured, - knowing they'll be safe from harm.
The 62-year-old's passion for gardening began when she was just four years old after falling in love with her mother's colourful Sweet Williams.
THIN the seedlings of biennials sown in May or June ( wallflowers, sweet williams, forget-me-nots, etc ( to 7cm (3in) apart.
YOU can obtain annual carnations and sweet Williams for the border and alpine pinks for the rockery.
Mr Darby of Titton, near Stourport-on-Severn, has a problem with his Sweet Williams. There are two welnown problems with these flowers.
Tough and free-flowering, the Chinese pinks in this Californian's garden have the same virtues as border carnations and sweet Williams: all make vibrantly colored, easy-care spring-summer borders.
And consider Sweet Williams, which will provide armfuls of fragrant white, pink and red flowers for cutting all summer long.
Plant out biennials such as wallflowers, sweet williams and foxgloves where they are to flower next year.