- Height At Maturity Under 3 Feet
- Ships Year Round
- Exposure Sun & Shade
- Bloom Season Spring,Summer
- Bloom Color Red,White,Purple/Lavender,Pink
- Zone 3,4,5,6,7,8,9
- Usage Flowering,Flower Gardens & Beds
- Categories Perennials
Sweet William Plant is a Biennial Sweet Smelling Flowering Plant
Sweet William Plants – Dianthus Barbatus. The Sweet William Plants is a biennial plant that will bloom once it reaches two years old. There are perennial versions of the same plant. The two to three-centimeter flowers will be of various colors, from white and yellow to red and purple. There are various versions of the Sweet William Plants. Wild versions of the plant have flower bases that are white with red tips. The flowers will attract bees, birds, and many species of butterflies. These plants can get as high as two feet tall and are often planted in the spring with an eighth of an inch of dirt.
Sweet William Plants Attract Bees, Butterflies, and Birds with is Sweet Smelling, Colorful Flowers
Sweet Williams is a delightfully sweet-smelling flower, perfect for ornamental flower gardens. The flowers grow in dense clusters at the top of the stem and contain up to 30 blossoms. Each flower has five serrated-edged petals and expands to a diameter of about an inch. The flowers range in color from white, pink, red, and purple, coming in various patterns. The beautiful smell and colorful petals will attract bees, birds, and butterflies. Sweet Williams is terrific for borders or rock gardens. They will thrive in slightly alkalizing soil with the sun to partial shade. Because of the height and smell of the flowers, it is perfect for floral arrangements.
This plant doesn’t grow well in moist tropical soils. Sweet William’s flowers are sometimes eaten and used as a garnish. Sweet William is disease-resistant and pest-resistant. Sweet William has no main medicinal uses. Sweet William is not toxic and is consumed by livestock. Sweet William is a flower that has many names; Phlox, Louisiana Phlox, and Wild Blue Phlox. But no matter what name you know it by or call it, this little flower is sure to be a gorgeous addition to any garden. It has flowers that range from blue, pink, and purple and bloom from mid to late spring. This perennial is excellent to use in a border, in a container garden, or rock garden, and they are even more gorgeous when you plant many of them together. The flowers are suitable for cutting and enjoying their beauty and slight fragrance in the home, and they also attract butterflies.
Sweet William Plants