I forgot to mention in the last post that Spooky dianthus is sold in 4 or 6 packs as annuals, and like other kinds of dianthus, I have had it survive winters in the pots they are growing in. The flowers are mixed colors, mostly shades of pink, light purple and white.
Last year, I put these 2 in the ground to hide the fading foliage of some daffodils, which you can see behind them, not ready to be pulled. The other day, I trimmed back the knautia that was beginning to sprawl, and uncovered them blooming away. I should plant more in the ground!
The next 2 photos show the one on the left closer.
The other ones have a bit wider petals.
I don't think I've seen these anywhere but B&B Greenhouse. I don't know why. I have been buying them from them for over 10 years. They never have their own label, but the owners write their name on another dianthus one. I just Googled them, and there were places that sell the seeds.