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'Dianthus Green Trick'

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and AnswerSession7th September 2012

…apply this once a year though as too much boron will can cause further problems! Name: Pauline Atherall Question: Can I take cuttings of Dianthus Green Trick? Answer: Yes, this is possible but you need to take your cuttings from non-flowering shoots in the middle of summer. It's getting a bit late…

Michael Perry's Gardening Blog August 2012 - My Garden, an Update

Dianthus 'Green Trick' also looks very arty against purple heucheras. I'm quite into ground cover at the moment too - loving the poached egg plant - limnanthes - it's a sow and grow variety, 'sow' easy! I'm also looking forward to my delosperma spreading on my baking hot slate area, and dianthus

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 8th February 2013

…hue to the seed heads rather than green. Herbs such as fennel, dill, sage and rosemary make unusual but textural additions to a bouquet (although only fennel and dill would grow from seed this year). Although only available as plug plants, Dianthus 'Green Trick' is a fabulous recent introduction…

Michael Perry's Gardening Blog July 2012 - My Garden

…year. The borders in between are patches of colour: I've grouped some marigold 'Mr Majestic' with some zebra grass and lovely rich green dianthus 'Green Trick'. Another pocket of colour is digitalis 'Illumination Pink' with some osteospermum 'Flower Power' and liatris. I've also got a large patch…

Michael Perry's Gardening Blog February 2012

…than 'Green Trick'! Originally from Japan, I had to badger our Dutch supplier for a few years to let us bring this incredible product to the UK. Technically a Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus), but with the most intriguing blooms which are FULL GREEN, and a mass of those feathery green bracts…