The American carnation, how to grow it ... by Charles Willis Ward

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Published by A. T. De La Mare printing and publishing company, ltd. in New York .

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Pagination296 p.
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Dick, J. Harrison (John Harrison),ed. Type. Book. Material. Published material. Publication info. The scientific name for a carnation is dianthus caryophyllus, and there are more than species of them cultivated today.

Carnations are one of the most symbol heavy flowers in American culture, and connote varying sentiments when worn at different times and in different settings.

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How to Grow Dianthus. When growing outdoors, seeds of carnation should be sowed about 15 to 20 cm apart either at the beginning of spring or the beginning of autumn.

Once sown simple cover the seed. Dianthus prefer to grow in a sunny area of the garden that has very good drainage. Ideally the soil should be slightly acidic to neutral (pH6 to 7.

By Julie Christensen From prom corsages to elementary school science experiments, carnations (Dianthus caryophyllus) serve a myriad of purposes as cut flowers. In the garden, they’re an easy-to-grow flower for borders and beds. Native to Europe and Asia, carnation flowers were used in wreaths by the ancient Romans and Greeks.

The name, carnation, means “flower [ ]. "To promote new garden varieties with superior garden performance judged in impartial trials in North America.". When pressing carnations, take great care, as they tend to wilt and rip quite easily.

Pressed carnations make wonderful keepsakes and creative gifts. You can add the flowers to bookmarks, cards, pictures and a variety of other items. Pressing flowers is a great craft for young children. Choose the.Carnation, Picotee - high resolution image from old JPEG image is a high resolution printable scan of an old page (or plate, or engraving, or lithograph) from antique book published before Image may be downl Original Victorian Chromolithograph - carnation - floral print - over years old - Antique.Carnations are flowering plants that produce a mild fragrance and delicate blooms.

Blooms range in size, depending on the plant, but can grow quite large. These flowering plants prefer a lot of indirect light, good soil and drainage and can be grown indoors or outdoors. You can easily plant them.

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