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need help in identifying this plant please..

Bensalem, PA(Zone 6b)

I would like to add this plant to my garden, but I do not know the name. Could anyone help? Thanks.

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central, NJ(Zone 6b)

Dianthus, color looks similar to 'Firewitch'

Kiowa, CO(Zone 5b)

No, it's not Dianthus g. Firewitch but rather just plain Dianthus grationopolitanus (Bath's Pinks). It can eventually get to 30+" across and only about 6-8" high. Both are very fragrant and bloom early spring, sometimes the pink color varies, from a light to a darker shade, I have grown many from seed (both varieties and others toooooo!!!!)

Pix from last year, oh and the fragrance is superb!!!!!!! Bath's pinks are only a spring bloomer, being at 6800-6900 feet, I tend to get more blooms but not like e. spring. Pix 1,2 +3
pix 4: Dianthus x. Loveliness, a great one to look for, blooms all season, comes in a mix of colors and is extremely fragrant.

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