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Use purified water that is at room temperature when watering the Sweet william. For this plant, filtered water is preferable because tap water may contain contaminants that are detrimental to its wellbeing. Because the Sweet william is from a warm climate and cold water can be somewhat of a shock to its system, the water should be at room temperature or slightly warmer. Additionally, you shouldn't irrigate this plant from above because it could damage the foliage. Instead, simply soak the soil in your purified room-temperature water until it is completely saturated . This plant can benefit greatly from soaking the earth because it keeps the roots moist and encourages them to grow deeper.

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Sweet William is simple to cultivate from seed, they rarely bloom the first year. When there is no threat of a frost, the seed can be planted in the earth in the late spring or early summer. They favour reliably moist soil and cool temperatures of between 50 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit for germination. Strong, leggy development can occur at temperatures higher than 65 degrees Fahrenheit.

Because these plants dislike being overcrowding, thin out the seedlings as they emerge to ensure sufficient air circulation.

Try planting the seeds indoors in cell packs or containers six to eight weeks before the last spring frost if you want to see blossoms in the first year after planting. Harden and transfer the water should be at room temperature or slightly warmer. Additionally, you shouldn't irrigate this plant from above because it could damage the foliage.

After flowering, prune your sweet william plants to remove any dead foliage and blooms to protect them from the winter weather; avoid pruning in the autumn. To make a layer of protective mulch, let the remaining decaying foliage naturally fall to the ground. To further protect the roots, add a few more inches of mulch. If you have plants in outdoor containers, move the pots out of the way of the weather, snow, and ice.

Blossom

Sweet Williams, with their tiny blossom clusters, provide a burst of colour all through the summer. In their blooming year, sweet Williams can bloom from May through October under ideal circumstances. They come in a vibrant palette of reds, pinks, pastels, purples, and bicolors. While many cultivars lack fragrance, some flowers do have a pleasant scent. Their alternate term, "bearded pink," refers to their bearded and fringed petals.


For sweet William to produce healthy and copious amounts of blooms, it is essential that the earth be moist but well-drained. Temperatures that are too high can hinder blooming. Additionally, deadheading flowers will promote new blossoms. To encourage self-seeding for new plants the following year, cease deadheading in the late summer.


Common Name: sweet William

Type: Herbaceous perennial

Family: Caryophyllaceous

Native Range: Western Asia, eastern Europe, Korea

Zone: 3 to 9

Height : 1.00 to 2.00 feet

Spread: 0.50 to 1.00 feet

Bloom Description: Red, pink, white, and bicolors

Water: Medium

Maintenance: Medium

Suggested Use: Annual

Flower: Showy, Fragrant


Bloom Time: May to frost

Sun: Full sun to part shade

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