Put different food coloring in jar (you can add water if you want lighter color) then take a carnation and split the stem into however many jar of coloring you have. Stick part of a stem in each jar then leave it for a couple hours. This is called colorful carnation if you would like to look it up on the internet. Or go to http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/00000144
A white carnation crossed with a red carnation makes a pink carnation.
what kind of question is this? its an opinion question therefore it is unanswerable
Water your carnation at least twice a week unless there is rain.
Then you would have a red carnation.
Carnations would suffer from the cold. So if your winter is cold, then the carnation will die eventually if you stay outside long enough.
The correct form of the question you are asking would be "Do lizards change their colors?" not "Does lizards change their colors". Sir, you may want to consult with your english professor to help you improve your Japanese. Good day. Oh and P.S. I enjoy mayonnaise.
We'd have a carnation
There are dozens of brands of psp cases.It would not be possible to name all the colors in all of them.We could name the colors a specific type was made in
Convert colors to closest possible to display.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Dianthusspp.
The leaves would change colors and fall off if the tree is a deciduous tree
i believe it would be purple
becuse nate would like it to hahahahahahahahaha
If a carnation is placed in colored water, an altered color of bloom will result. This is a demonstration of the capillary action within the stem of the plant.
a red Carnation
Well most American dagger moths do change color, so that would be a yes
no it should not if i was u i would worry go and see a docter
the plant would come up green they would not change colors
Light colors such as white.
It is impossible! Maybe if you have a twin, but it still does not work, so I would say it is not possible.
That is not possible.
It would be predicted that it would smell like ammonia, but when performing the actual test myself I found no odor change. I would probably predict a possible pH change. It would be predicted that it would smell like ammonia, but when performing the actual test myself I found no odor change. I would probably predict a possible pH change.
a carnation or dianthus would be an example of a small red flower
The area was a deciduous forest, and all the trees would change colors in the fall.
because they have duck wives that ruin everything for them