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Dianthus F1 'Corona Cherry Magic'

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Bedding Plant Award

This is the first dianthus with a capricious bicolor pattern. The flower color can be entirely cherry red, entirely lavender or a mosaic of both colors. The unpredictable design is whimsical. Best performance will occur in a full-sun location. Expect large, 2-inch blooms. 'Corona Cherry Magic' plants will reach 7 to 9 inches tall when mature and spread 8 to 10 inches. This annual provides flower color throughout the growing season. 'Corona Cherry Magic' bedding plants will be available from garden centers.

Photo: Judy Sedbrook

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