Pink Soap Wart is an upright plant with tear drop-shaped leaves and pretty pink flowers. Perfect choice for ground cover, borders, cascading planters, and rock gardens. Will spread easily. Also known as wild Sweet William, a perennial and native to southern Europe. A famous garden plant in English gardens. Beautiful Perennial, Height 6-8 inches tall. Full Sun, Bloom time begins in Spring.
Spreads quickly and its charming, pink blooms make a great ground cover. Also known as Saponaria ocymoides, bouncing Bet, Wild Sweet William, Common Soapwort is a perennial and Native to southern Europe; a standby in English gardens. Upright plant with lance-shaped leaves and pretty pink flowers. Excellent choice for borders, rock gardens, ground cover or cascading planters.
Sow in spring by barely covering seed, keeping warm and in the light until germination (about 30 Days). Start in pots or direct seed. Transplant to 1 foot apart.
Attracts bees, butterflies, and deer deterrent.
The root is loaded with saponins which can be used as a soap substitute.
Zones 2 - 9
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