Growing Carnations

dmg361June 18, 2012

What is the best method(s) of growing Carnations. Only thing I've heard is they prefer 65-70 degree temperatures. What about humidity levels? Anyone with knowledge of growing Carnations?

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yiorges-z5il

The ultimat source for growing carnations is the "Ball Red Book" but I have not seen a copy for over 20 years.....
Outdoors grow 2-6 ft apart in full sun & rich sandy,well drained soil. Keep well watered. Inndoors, grow in full sun, in cool environment and keep soil evenly moist.

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