Pinks are wildflowers that produce red, pink and white blooms through the Summer months. Included below are Fringed Pinks and Sweet William, two strains that are very popular. Each grow to a mature height of roughly 20 inches tall, producing attractive green foliage to accent its unique flowers.
Sweet William is often used as a cut flower and looks great in bouquets and floral arrangements as well. The plants themselves are sometimes considered to be tender perennials or biennials, depending on their growing environment.