As I already stated this is my favourite fringed, fragrant Dianthus: small size, heavenly scented and long lived species; it forms a low mound of bluish-green fine leaves from which slender flower stems are bending graciously outwards.
It fits well in any rockery, small trough, gravel garden; great planted in a dry-stone wall – what else can you ask from it? From the Carpathian Mts. – couldn’t find too many plants with seeds unfortunately…
Germination: easy and equally easy to grow, comparing with other alpine plants. It can flower starting the second year.