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Learn How to Use Carnation Flowers To the Best!

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Carnations are also known as Dianthus. They are one of the most popular flowers in the world. These flowers are also known as ‘flower of GOD, and they derive from two Greek words ‘dios’ meaning God Zeus and ‘anthos’ meaning flower. You’ll find them being given on birthdays, anniversaries, and on other important occasions. They signify feelings of love and fascination and their various colors carry a different meaning with itself. You can grow these flowers just anywhere, and they come with a shelf life of 3 weeks once cut. Now let’s see which carnations are used and for what purpose:

1-Red Carnations

A red carnation flower symbolizes admiration, affection & love with passion. The red carnations represent admiration, while dark red evoke the feeling of affection & deep love. To symbolize valor and courage, you should be using crimson carnation.

2-Pink Carnations

They are most popular of all carnations, and they are meant to represent pure & undying emotions. They are significant historically as well because of a Christian legend. It is believed that they first bloomed when Virgin Mary cried for Jesus as he carried the holy cross for crucifixion. So they are used as a symbol or motherly love. Some varieties of this flower include maiden pinks, China Pink, & Sweet William. They are best used to express the feelings of gratitude & appreciation. If you want to make, your mother feel special just gift them these flowers.

3-Striped Carnations

They are made in a combination of 2 solid colors of carnations. They are meant to symbolize gentle rejection or regret or refusal. These carnations have been genetically altered to achieve this desired color combination. They are highly refreshing and are greatly valued for their beauty.

4-White Carnation

These flowers are very popular for their positive connotations. They are meant to represent pure love, innocence, courage, happiness, and loyalty. You can use them as a gift for friends and family in the graduation ceremony. They can also be gifted to anyone who is departing, as they are meant to wish someone good luck. You would have seen them being used in wedding bouquets as they are closely related to signify pure love.

In The End

Whether you are planning to buy bulk carnations, or a single flower just makes sure that they are always fresh to effectively carry the emotion that you want them to.


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