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ID please

Posted by michael1846 6 (My Page) on
Tue, May 13, 14 at 18:14

I got a bunch of mixed seed packs last year and dumped them in my raised bed. What is this one

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RE: ID please

Might be a Sweet William.

"dumped them in my raised bed" - Now that wasn't very smart was it??


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Haha probably not but, that bed is just full of extras so I can pick and choose what goes where. (Also I always split my new plants and put a division there) so I usually have replacements: )

RE: ID please

I second Kevin's opinion--looks like sweet William/Dianthus barbatus. It's a biennial--will have foliage the first year, bloom the second, then die OR (if you're lucky) bloom again the following year before dying.

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Sucks that it's a biennial. But I'm still going to enjoy it this year!

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They can behave as short lived perennials in some climates.

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