We are pleased to offer a great white-flowered counterpart to the well-known Dianthus 'Bath's Pink' from the garden of NC plantsman, Norman Beal. We have trialed this for several years and are convinced that it performs as well as its parent. The steel-grey foliage makes a tight mound to 4' wide. In early spring, the clumps are topped with very fragrant, heavily-fringed, single white flowers...a hummingbird party plant. If the temperatures are very cool, the flowers may carry the slightest tint of pink. We have been waiting for the white counterpart to Dianthus 'Bath's Pink'...we think this is it.