Sweet William (Dianthus) has to be my favourite flower. They are little cluster of flowers in one and look so pretty. This one is from my back garden.
It’s technically a short-lived perennial, but is usually grown as a biennial, with seeds sown in summer for flowering plants the following year.
Dianthus Sweet’ makes a fantastic cut flower, its strong stems and large flower heads lasting for several weeks in water.
‘Sweet’ is an extremely fragrant sweet William cultivar. Clusters of sweetly scented flowers in shades of red, white and purple are borne on sturdy stems from June to September. For best results deadhead regularly to prolong flowering.
Growing on our front garden is this Rose. There are different types of Roses, so I'm not sure which one this is but I do love the colour.