Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&
Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&
Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&
Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&
Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&
Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee&

Sweet William Lace Mantle - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Dianthus barbatus

EXCLUSIVE - This lovely cottage garden favorite has large velvety flower trusses densely packed with eye-catching, tiny fringed blossoms that make vividly colored, romantic bouquets. Lace Mantle blooms in its first season from seed in a tapestry of purple, violet, crimson, salmon, pink and pure white, including laced bicolors and picotees. Flowers have a soft, sweet clove fragrance. These bedding and border plants bloom in profusion on strong stems, perfect for cutting long-lasting bouquets. Butterflies love to visit them.
Seed Count: Approx. 30-35 / Weight: 132 mg

Cold Winters

Mild Winters

Sun/Shade

Space Seeds

Days To Germinate

Mature Height

Mar. – May

Sept – April

Full sun

1/4 in. deep
1 in. apart

10 – 14 days

12 – 18 in.

BIENNIAL, BLOOMS FIRST YEAR

Late spring/summer
Hardy to Zone 3

BEST TO START INDOORS

In spring, 8 to 10 weeks before last expected frost date, sow seeds 1 inch apart in a container of seed starting mix. Cover very lightly, no more than 1/4 inch deep, and keep moist while awaiting germination. Provide a strong light source for seedlings until they are ready to plant outside. Once large enough to handle, transplant seedlings 2 to 3 inches apart into deeper containers or pots so root systems have room to develop. Feed every 2 weeks with half-strength fertilizer. When 3 to 4 inches tall, gradually acclimate to outdoor conditions and plant 12 inches apart in full sun in early spring after frost danger is over.

GROWING NOTES

Lace Mantle is a new day length neutral variety bred to start blooming the first year from seed. Sweet Williams grow best in well drained, moist fertile soil. Plant them in full sun; in very hot summer areas, they will thrive with partial or light afternoon shade. Keep well-watered and feed several times during growing season. Cut when clusters of large florets are half open: buds open well in water and last for up to 10 days. After the first flush of bloom is over, cut back spent flower heads for rebloom.

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