Cultivate a world of color with our premium Carnation Seeds! Selected for their outstanding quality and vigorous growth potential, these seeds promise to bring vibrant beauty to any garden!
Ideal for beds, borders, and containers, our Carnation seeds produce sturdy plants with a profusion of ruffled blooms in shades of radiant red, pretty pink, wistful white, and sunny yellow. Their delightful fragrance adds an extra dimension to your outdoor space.
Easy to sow and grow, these seeds are perfect for novice gardeners and experienced green thumbs alike. Enjoy the timeless elegance of Carnations with Worldly Seeds today and elevate your gardening experience to new heights!
Soaking: Soak the Carnation seeds in warm water for 24 hours before sowing. This will soften the outer shell and speed up germination.
Sowing: Sow your seeds in a tray or pots filled with a quality seed starting mix. Press the seeds lightly into the surface but do not cover, as Carnation seeds need light to germinate.
Light & Warmth: Place your tray or pots in a warm, brightly lit location. The ideal temperature for germination is 65-70°F (18-21°C).
Watering: Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. A mist sprayer is a great tool for this to avoid dislodging the seeds.
Germination: Expect to see sprouts in approximately 14-21 days.
Transplanting: Once your seedlings have developed two sets of true leaves and are large enough to handle, they can be transplanted to larger pots or directly into the garden, depending on your climate and the time of year.
Care: Water regularly but avoid waterlogged conditions. Fertilize with a balanced plant food when the plants start actively growing.
Flowering: You can expect blooms to start appearing in approximately 14-16 weeks from sowing.
Soak the Carnation seeds in warm water
Sow the seeds lightly on the surface of the soil
Maintain light & warmth, water regularly
Move seedlings to larger pots or the garden
After 2 sets of true leaves
Water & fertilize regularly
Expect the blooms to appear
14-16 weeks from sowing
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