When one is alphabetizing, the rule is "nothing goes before something," so this Dianthus is first on the list. It's not that it's "nothing" and far from it, but I just don't know which Dianthus it is. Normally I keep a record of all seeds I sow, but somehow this vibrant Dianthus was overlooked. I've searched high and low for information for this one, so if someone out there sees it, please let me know what it is. The foliage is green and grass-like, not the blue/gray we usually associate with Dianthus, and the flowers are not like any Dianthus I have ever grown. The single blooms are a bright, melon red. I don't know another way to describe it. I think it will grow to six inches (that's what it's doing now), is a long and hard bloomer, and as for zones, I don't have a clue, but all the Dianthus varieties I have ever grown are most hardy. Quarts. Update: Finally, I have an answer but probably not "the" answer: Dianthus deltoides "Zing Salmon." An appropriate name for the color of this "Pink." Seems like I should have been able to come up with that one. To be honest, this is unlike any Dianthus deltoides I have ever grown, so I'm sceptical that this correct.