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Early Love Dianthus

Dianthus 'Early Love'

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$16.99
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Light
Bright, indirect light
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Water
Keep soil moist, but not soggy
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Light
Bright, indirect light
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Water
Keep soil moist, but not soggy

Description

Dianthus chinensis 'Early Love'

Introducing Dianthus 'Early Love,' a radiant bloom that brings a burst of color and joy to your indoor haven! Revel in the beauty of its prolific flowering nature, as 'Early Love' showcases an abundance of charming blossoms that make every day feel like a garden celebration.

This delightful Dianthus variety is tailored for indoor enjoyment, thriving in bright light conditions. Place it near a sunny window, and watch as it flourishes, painting your space with vibrant hues. 'Early Love' is not just a plant; it's a blooming spectacle that adds a touch of elegance to your interior decor.

With its compact and lush growth, this Dianthus is a perfect companion for windowsills, tabletops, or as a centerpiece in your home. Embrace the enchantment of 'Early Love' and create a blooming sanctuary indoors, where every glance reveals the beauty of nature in full bloom. Order now and let the vibrant charm of Dianthus 'Early Love' elevate your indoor landscape!

 

Plant Care

Watering:
For your indoor-grown Dianthus Early Love, maintain a consistent watering routine to keep the soil evenly moist but not waterlogged. Allow the top inch of the soil to dry out before the next watering. When watering, ensure that excess water drains away to prevent root rot. Aim for a balance, avoiding both drought and excessive moisture, to promote healthy growth and vibrant blooms. We recommend measuring the moisture of the soil with a moisture meter.

Light:
Provide your Dianthus Early Love with bright, indirect light for optimal growth and blooming. Place it near a south or west-facing window where it can receive ample sunlight. If direct sunlight is too intense, consider filtering it through sheer curtains. Dianthus generally thrives in full sunlight, so ensuring it gets sufficient light exposure will contribute to its overall health and prolific flowering.

Fertilizing:
To support the robust growth and blooming of your Dianthus Early Love, fertilize it regularly during the growing season, typically in spring and summer. Choose a balanced liquid fertilizer specifically formulated for flowering plants. Follow the package instructions for dilution and application frequency. Avoid over-fertilizing, as this can lead to excessive foliage growth at the expense of flowers. Regular feeding will contribute to a lush and vibrant display.

Repotting:
Consider repotting your Dianthus Early Love every 2-3 years or when you notice it outgrowing its current container. Use well-draining potting mix to prevent waterlogging. When repotting, gently loosen the roots, trim any diseased or overly long ones, and place the plant in its new container. Water thoroughly after repotting and allow the plant to acclimate to its new environment. This process rejuvenates the soil and provides the plant with fresh nutrients for continued healthy growth.

Additional Information

  • Light Needs:
    Indoor High Light
  • Water Needs:
    Average to Moist