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Carnations

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A perennial flower of the species Dianthus, Carnations are popular around the world and widely used for flower arrangements, ceremonies and symbolic reference. This category is for your questions about the propagation, planting, maintenance, trouble shooting, harvesting, regions, growing conditions, light requirements, and more about the popular Carnation.
Answer? Could it be a peony? i think it is a peony too.
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in the flower head, if you want to know how to harvest carnation seeds go to See link below for harvesting seed tips
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It conveys the message of rejection and of having being disappointed. Actually I have searched that yellow Carnation means being cheerful or such.
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CARNATION (GENERAL) -Fascination CARNATION (PINK) -I'll Never Forget You CARNATION (RED) -My Heart Aches For You, Admiration CARNATION (PURPLE) -Capriciousness CARNATION (SOLID COLOR) -Yes CARNATION (STRIPED) -No, Refusal, Sorry I Can't Be With You, Wish I Could Be With You CARNATION (WHITE) -…
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Carnation grows faster. Roses have woody growth so they are slower.
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Carnations are members of the Dianthus family and are native to Central and Southern Europe.
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Depending on the variety, carnations are summer flowers blooming from June to September. They need full sun to bloom properly, and it is always best to deadhead (remove spent blooms) in order to prolong the flowering season and help the plant branch out into a thick mound.
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The carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) is a flower belonging to the genus Dianthus. They have numerous tightly held petals; flowers are normally red, pink or white and have a slightly sweet musty smell to them.
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The salicylic acid in the aspirin will help keep the water clean and free of flower damaging bacteria. The flowers will keep longer
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It is associated with Spanish folklore, Gypsy's Lapels, thrown into the ring after a bullfight, associated as a symbol of love between two people, as well as the crown of thorns Jesus wore
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Yes. it prevents them from drawing water from the soil
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William McKinley, who was fatally shot shortly after giving his lucky flower away
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It could just mean that carnations were expensive today and that the stock was limited. Historically, I've seen carnations jump in price from 50 cents to 2 dollars per stem on Valentine's Day. White bears the message of ardent love and a good luck gift to a woman. It signifies innocence, a sweet a…
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"Carnations native to the Near East, symbolize bonds of affection and love, health and energy. The light red ones stand for admiration and the dark red ones denote deep love. Striped carnations signify a regret that a love cannot be shared. Purple carnations symbolize untrustworthiness. Green colore…
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No, the noun 'carnation' is a common noun, a general word for a type of flower. There are many varieties of carnation, so the name does not apply to any one variety. It is a common noun and is not capitalized unless it is the first word in a sentence.
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A carnation flower only has one pistil. The number of stamens that are on the flower is either the same, or sometimes it can be double the number of petals.
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When a flower is cut and put in water, it can take up to an hour for the flower to properly absorb water. The ageing of the flower makes it absorb water at a slower pace.
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to 30 or 50 days
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Carnations are perennials, but many people grow them as annuals.
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In the pink: in excellent health physically and emotionally
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It is associated with Spanish folklore, Gypsy's Lapels, thrown into the ring after a bullfight, associated as a symbol of love between two people, as well as the crown of thorns Jesus wore.
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Yes! According to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control, carnations are toxic to cats. They cause problems to their nervous and digestive systems. The symptoms are mood changes, drooling, vomiting and uncontrollable bowels.
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In Paul's case members of the faculty don't like Paul's carnation because they think It suggests that he's not taking things seriously enough.
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That would be "Dianthus caryophyllus".
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The black rose refers to mourning. The pink carnations are the symbol of a mother's undying love. If presented around Easter, this bouquet might remind people of this Christian legend: As Jesus carried the Cross, the Virgin Mary cried (black rose = mourning), and carnations (pink = mother's love)…
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If you treat the carnation to 1/2 a cup of water and trim the flower when you get it. The carnation should last 5-6 weeks at least that's my experience!
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Well they are very bad so
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A big team....
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A carnation is a plant that bears flowers.
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the large intestine gets all the food and air from what you have eaten and it desolves it.
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The life cycle starts with a seed. The seed grows into a plant. The plant makes a flower. The flower is pollinated. Then more seeds are formed.
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That their flowers typically are pink in color and have frilled (pinked) margins is the reason why the flowers are called "pinks". Specifically, the flower in question belongs to the genus Dianthus. It has worldwide appeal even though it is predominantly native to Asia and Europe. It is immediately…
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A complete flower has all four parts: sepal, petals, stamen (male) and pistil (female). A perfect flower just has the male and female parts. The carnation is a complete flower. The 4 sepals (calyx) protect the bud. Petals in groups of 5 form the corolla and protect the reproductive parts. Stamen…
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because of the wide stem
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flowers
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joyful and happy
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The pink carnation as a symbol for I'll never forget you.
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The flower that people recognize as a "carnation" (Dianthus caryophyllus or clove pink) is a herbaceous perennial plant. Within the carnation or dianthus group of flowers there are also annuals, biennials and even low subshrubs with woody basal stems.
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A carnation absorbs water through its vascular system or conducting tissues. Xylem transports water and minerals from the roots to the leaves. Phloem transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant.A carnation absorbs water through its vascular system or conducting tissues. Xylem transports…
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Originally carnations were only in different shades of pink. Plant breeders got to work and developed flowers in red, white, yellow green, pink, and bicolors/stripes/spots. In 1996 Florigene (Australia) genetically engineered a "blue" carnation using genes from the petunia and snapdragon. There hav…
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It is called picote.
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Bi-coloured or saw-toothed carnations. Answer. Picotee edged.
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Carnation leaves and stems are toxic to pets and livestock. Most caterpillars stay clear, but there are some critters that can eat upon the plant. The following pest bother carnations: Aphids - suck sap, feeds on buds, leaves & terminal shoots, transmits mottle virus Carnation tortrix moth - …
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No, carnations do not have thorns.
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red mite spider
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No they were imported, The carnation's history dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times,
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Very common in the countryside of Korea.
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Every plant is sensitive to ethylene gas. Ethylene is emitted when damage is done to a plant. It stimulates repair or ripening so that reproduction can take place before it's too late. Bananas are an example of this ripening effect. Put green bananas beside ripe ones and the ethylene ripens the gree…
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One of the world's oldest cultivated flowers, the first carnations were shades of pink and they grew wild in Eurasia, especially in the Mediterrean region of the ancient Greek and Roman lands. It is the national flower of Spain. They require well-drained, neutral to slightly alkaline soil and full s…
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Even though the petals of a carnation (Genus Dianthus) are used in and around foods, the leaves and stem contain triterpenoid saponins which cause contact dermatitis (skin irritation), nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain and possibly nervous disorders. For an adult it takes a large quantity of accid…
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it can be absolutely anywhere, and they are very common in the countryside of korea.
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Get a white carnation. Using a craftknife, cut the stem in half for half its length. Place the two halves in different glasses - one containing diluted blue food dye and the other containing red - for about half an hour or until it reaches the desired colour.
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My carnation had 9, but they can have from 5-12 depending on the size of the flower.
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An alabaster carnation is a white carnation flower.
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FRIENDS for pinkCRUSH for redWHITE for teachers
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A vascular (tracheophyte) plant has a system of tubes or conducting tissues. Xylem transports water and minerals from the roots to the leaves. Phloem transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. Angiosperms are vascular and a carnation is an angiosperm (flowering plant). You can prove…
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because in the olden days the Indians thought red represented a person of there tribe that was a mother that just had a baby so know we follow that and that's why>>>
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During the Renaissance a carnation was interpreted as -a healing symbol,symbol of passion,and Christianity.Today carnations express love and friendship.
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Cut the spent flowers (deadhead) to keep the plant neat, promote growth (especially stem branching) and get a rebloom in the fall. Take care to nip off the spent flower, not the whole stem. If you look further along the stem, you will see tiny flower buds forming to take the place of the spent one, …
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this is gymnosperms becuse it has seeds
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at least 8 cups of water
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The flower of the carnation is not toxic. The stem and leaves are, to a small degree. Nobody has died from carnation poisoning as of yet.
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A carnivorous (meat eater) plant lives where the soil is thin or poor in nutrients. In order to supplement its diet, the plant has adapted to trapping and consuming protozoans, insects and other arthropods. The carnation is able to obtain all it's nutrients from the highly organic soil in which it …
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at any local prouduce junction
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The Belmont Stakes (3rd of horseracing's Triple Crown) is held every June at Belmont Park in Elmont, New York. This 1.5 mile race has been known as the "Run for the Carnations" (the winner is blanketed with 300-400 white carnations) since 1990. Previously it was known as the "Test of a Champion". Th…
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The answer to your question depends on which painting you are looking for. The carrying of a "pink" or "carnation" was common in betrothal portraits. Here are some paintings to investigate: Andrea Solari (1460-1524) was an Italian Renaissance painter. He painted Man with a Pink Carnation around …
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steams, and leafs if eatten
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Well Baby Clinic Formula1 can of Carnation EVAPORATED milk2 Cans of Water 1 TBS Karo SyrupI dropper full of Poly Vi Sol Vitamins with Iron!!
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A vascular (tracheophyte) plant has a system of tubes or conducting tissues. Xylem transports water and minerals from the roots to the leaves. Phloem transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant. Angiosperms are vascular and a carnation is an angiosperm (flowering plant). You can p…
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Flowers that especially attract butterflies are red, yellow, pink, purple or orange that are clustered or flat-topped with a short flower tube and a fragrance is preferred. This description fits with a carnation, and butterflies are essential to the pollination of carnations. It's not really what …
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Carnations are vascular plants. Such plants will use the xylem to transport and distribute water from the roots to the entire plant.
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they can come in all different colors. you can even buy white ones and add whatever color you like to the water and the flower will turn that color! The peddles look frayed at the edges. almost like old tissue paper
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The large carnation of flower bouquets (Dianthus caryophyllus) comes from a plant that grows to be about 30 inches (80cm) tall. The straight, strong stems can be 18-24 inches long. The carnation plant needs full sun (at least 6 hours per day), a soil rich in organic matter and well-drained, moist, n…
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scientifically named Dianthus carophyllus and was a favorite of William McKinley.
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Carnations are thought to have originated in the mediterrean regions. It grows in Sunset Climate Zones 1 - 24 or USDA Hardiness Zones 3-4 through 8-9. These are the requirements for optimal growth: Full sunlight - needs 4-5 hours minimum every day. The production/development of flower buds need l…
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because the dye is absorded in the water and the flower absorbs anything that is in the water
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All of the family Caryophyllaceae have the typical blue-gray color, swollen nodes on the stem, with almost always opposite, rarely whorled leaves. There are 86 genera and about 2,200 species. Represented by ornamentals as well as invasive weeds, the plants include the pinks, carnations, campions, ch…
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A green carnation represents health, resilience, good fortune and youth. It is not one that you will find in the family garden, as these "hot house" plants are carefully grown in greenhouses for the cut flower trade. Many florists use the flower farms in Ecuador or Columbia and your fresh carnations…
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There are two classes of seed-bearing plants. Gymnosperms (naked seed) are perennials and most are evergreen. They include conifers, the sago palms, the ginko and a tropical shrub/vine. Angiosperms (seed vessel) are flowering plants producing fruit and seeds. Their seeds have an outer covering mad…
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gulnar is the hindi name of carnation flower it has many colours like red white purple violet .
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this is the carnation flower from the inside
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The pinks (D. plumarius), carnations (D.caryophyllus) and sweet william (D. barbatus) belong to the flamily Caryophyllaceae (meaning "clove" since they have a spicy frangrance), and are collectively referred to by their genus name, Dianthus (meaning "God's Flower"). They all have the typical noded s…
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France
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No. The flower, carnation, is not posionous.
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Amazingly enough, even though the stems and leaves are mildly toxic to humans if ingested, and do cause a contact dermatitis (skin irritation), the flower petals are edible. The Culinary Cafe's Edible Flower List indicates that the petals of the carnation (genus Diathus) are safe to eat and can be a…
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At a flower shop
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In general the carnation (Dianthus caryophyllus) symbolizes love, fascination, distinction, admiration, gratitude and luck. In France they symbolize misfortune and bad luck. They are the birth flower for January and the first anniversary flower. There are symbols based on color as well: Red: symbo…
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Carnations are grown in late spring and summer outside. In greenhouses they can be grown in any season, but it might get too hot for them in summer.
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Roses smell different than carnations because they are different flowers. They also, have different types of growth temperatures. Like every other flower smells different from each other flower. Example, like chewing gum, not all chewing gum smells the same they have to smell different because all…
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