Often commonly referred to as carnations are its scientific name, "Dianthus," the name provided by the Greek botanist Theopharast. Carnations got the name Dianthus from two Greek words-" dios, "meaning the god Zeus, and" anthos, "meaning flower. Carnations are therefore known as "God's Flowers"
How to plant:
First, make sure you have a container with drainage holes. Fill the container with potting soil and wet it thoroughly. You can use a water bottle to pour water into the potting mix until it is evenly moistened. After filling your container, place your carnation seeds on top of the moistened soil and lightly cover them with more soil so they are about 1/4-inch below the surface. Next, place your pot in indirect light where they will be able to grow for several days before moving them into direct sunlight or artificial light.
Carnations often need a few hours of full sun and should be kept moist. Do not over-water, as this can make the leaves yellow. Spent flowers should be immediately removed to facilitate continued blooming.
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