Cut Maiden Pink (Dianthus deltoides) plants back by half after flowering. Allow seeds to develop and set before cutting if self-seeding is desired.
Leave evergreen foliage for fall and winter interest.
Protect Maiden Pink (Dianthus deltoides) from overly moist conditions, as these easily cause rot.
Divide in spring or fall every 2 or 3 years.
- aggressive - Spreads rapidly by self-seeding if not deadheaded before seed set.
- not native to North America - Native to Europe and Asia.
Plant info from: Cornell University