Bright Green Carnation Seeds - Dianthus Flowers Flower Perennial Seeds
Carnations date back to ancient Greece and Roman times, and their family name, Dianthus, is Greek for “flower of the gods”. Carnations remain the most popular cut flower, and many people want to know how to grow carnation flowers.
These fragrant flowers made their debut in the United States in 1852, and people have been learning how to take care of carnations ever since. Anyone can learn about growing carnations and enjoy the rewards of having beautiful carnation garden plants.
Zone 3-8 Full Sun, Part Sun Height 18” Spread 018” Bloom Season Summer to Fall Perennial Features Attracts Bees, Hummingbirds, Butterfly’s Ornamental Use Bed, Boarders, Container Life Cycle Annual Soil Well drained