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Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds

Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
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Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds

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Carnation Giant Chabaud Mixed Color - Flower Seeds
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  • Brand: Hobbyplus
  • Model: carnation-30
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packet contain approximately 30+ seeds of Carnation Giant Chabaud Mix Colors - Seeds. Common Name : Carnation, Chabaud Giant Model Mix Carnation Height : 3 to 5 feet Flower Colour : purple-pink etc. mix flowers Bloom Time : late spring and summer. Difficulty Level : Easy to grow Sunlight : Carnations need full sunlight, about 4-5 hours everyday. Fertilizer : Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a month. These long-lasting pl... Read More

packet contain approximately 30+ seeds of Carnation Giant Chabaud Mix Colors - Seeds.

Common Name : Carnation, Chabaud Giant Model Mix Carnation
Height : 3 to 5 feet
Flower Colour : purple-pink etc. mix flowers
Bloom Time : late spring and summer.
Difficulty Level : Easy to grow
Sunlight : Carnations need full sunlight, about 4-5 hours everyday.
Fertilizer : Add a general purpose fertilizer once or twice a month.

These long-lasting plants have full, big blooms that give off a spicy fragrance that s hard to ignore. Carnations instantly add colour to a garden. Whether you use them in a flowerbed, in a rock garden, in containers or as a border, the many available colour varieties will add ornamental value both indoors and out. Carnations have straight stems and can grow approximately 18 inches tall.

Carnation Giant Mixed Care

  • Carnations are grown from seed.
  • Carnation seeds can be directly seeded into your flower garden, or started indoors for transplanting later.
  • If planting outdoors, sow them early in the spring.
  • But, make sure the soil is not too wet.
  • When sowing seeds, cover lightly with 1/4 inches of fine soil.
  • Space seeds or seedlings 12"" apart.
  • If you are growing perennials, you can propagate them from cuttings or by division.
  • Once your plants have been established, they can be propagated by separation in the fall.

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