Old-fashioned pinks have a low, spreading habit with short leaves in silver grey and produce masses of fragrant white, pink, red and bi-coloured flowers from mid-summer onwards. ‘White Fire’ is a compact hybrid dianthus that forms a low-growing mound covered in Summer with fragrant, lacy red, white-edged flowers that combine the best traits of alpine pinks and Sweet Williams in one bedding plant.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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