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Dianthus (Sweet William, Carnation, Pink, Pinks)

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  • Common Name: Dianthus (Sweet William, Carnation, Pink, Pinks)
  • Latin Name: Dianthus spp.
  • Family Name: Caryophyllaceae
The Dianthus is high in saponins and could cause gastrointestinal upsets,  but it can be given as a very small part of a varied diet.  You should ensure that other plants that contain saponins are not fed at the same time.
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