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1 gal. Coconut Surprise Garden Pinks Plant

$18.49 /each

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Plant Patent #18828. Low mounding, compact perennial with grassy, bluish green foliage that does not separate. Butterflies are attracted to the fragrant, white flowers that have crimson red centers and frilly edges. A very versatile plant for a multitude of uses such as a the front border, in a rock garden, as a patio plant, and near the foundation.

  • Compact, hardy, densely mounding foliage
  • Fragrant, double, white, red centered blooms are held atop short stems
  • Amazing vigor and abundant bloom
  • Excellent choice for hot dry sites or gravelly soils
  • 1 gal. pot - state or federal regulations may require this plant to ship as a bare root plant, without pot and without soil
  • This plant ships as a bare root plant, without pot and without soil, to Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Washington
  • May ship in a dormant state, with no top growth at all
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 5 to 9, when grown in other Zones, special care requirements will be required
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 12 in. away from other plants or structures
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the Shake & Ship system has been used to remove soil from roots

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Shade & Zone 9b - Orlando, FL

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I live in Orlando Florida, Zone 9b
(please correct me if I am wrong on my zone)

Will the plants grow be affected (and HOW)... IF...

1. They are planted in an area of morning shade & full afternoon sun...

2. They are planted in Partial shade under an oak tree w/random Rays of Sun

3. Potted indoors under a strong Sky light (solo-tube) combined with a Grow Light

Thank You Again. I believe that is all for now... Seeing these have just taken my breath away, ESPECIALLY since they are fragrant.
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August 25, 2015
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Hello. Yes, these are a beautiful Dianthus variety. In Florida, the plants may be short lived due to the hotter spring and summer seasons, they grow and bloom best in cooler climates. The soil must retain moisture and it may be necessary to water the plants more frequently. It might be best to plant these in potted containers that can be moved around to find the best growing site in your yard. The Read More
Hello. Yes, these are a beautiful Dianthus variety. In Florida, the plants may be short lived due to the hotter spring and summer seasons, they grow and bloom best in cooler climates. The soil must retain moisture and it may be necessary to water the plants more frequently. It might be best to plant these in potted containers that can be moved around to find the best growing site in your yard. The foliage will dry and brown if in too hot an area, so Option 1 with full afternoon sun may not be ideal. Option 2 with random rays of sunlight might be cooler but the plant desires a sunny location. Option 3 for growing indoors might work but experimentation will probably be needed to find the best climate control for the plant, including 4-5 hrs of artificial sunlight, fertile well drained alkaline soil, good air circulation, and regular fertilizer applications. Read Less
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Growing in Central Florida

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I live in Orlando Florida - Will these be good plants for full sun? They seem like they would make a beautiful boarder.
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August 21, 2015
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Yes, these plants can withstand full sun but they favor dry climates.
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Will this plant propagate and spread over the seasons?

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July 14, 2015
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Hello. The plant grows in a neat clump approximately 10 in. tall and wide.
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Will this plant do well in a pot in the North Florida area?

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June 9, 2015
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Yes, this flower can be grown in a pot and it should be in full sun.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PERFECT!!! Came in perfect condition, healthy and already flowering after two weeks. Just what I wanted but thought it was a little pricey for the size. June 16, 2015
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