Sweet William, that is.
Pink Sweet William growing through a smokebush
Sweet William growing against the rockwall
All of the Sweet William (dianthus)I have has reseeded from two packages of seeds I planted about 14 years ago.
Sweet William is not a perennial which surprises many people. It is actually a biennial, which means you plant the seed and you get only foliage the first year. The second year, you will get flowers. After flowering the plant dies. But not before it has dropped hundreds of seeds.
If it is happy, Sweet William will just keep reseeding and you will have it every year.
Remember the overgrown feverfew area I posted a few days ago?
Here it is after I pulled the feverfew out of the front area.
My Weekend Goal was to Make a Bench Pillow - I am happy to report that I accomplished that goal!
3 years ago