This step by step tutorial of how to turn a bouquet of Carnations into a growing garden Carnation flowers. What a wonderful way to continuously appreciate the lovely gesture that someone special sending you flowers by using this method to plant them in your garden. Carnations come as annual, biennial and perennial varieties.
Cuttings taken from the terminal growth (cut flowers) can also be used to propagate Carnations. The cuttings, varying from four to six inches long are taken and the basal leaves of at least two to three nodes are removed. The cuttings are then inserted into sandy soil. The lower leaves must not touch the surface. Cuttings become will really gain some growth within 25 to 30 days. This method is preferably used with perennial Carnations.
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