Online Store

Bulk Carnations


150 characters max.


  • Advance Notice: 1 WEEK
  • One bunch of bulk Carnations includes 25 stems
More Details

About Bulk Carnations

The perpetual flowering carnation, which may have been developed through hybridization between border carnations and cottage pink (D. plumarius), grows to a height of up to one metre (three feet), has a stockier build, and bears larger flowers than its border carnation ancestor; additionally, it flowers almost nonstop in the greenhouse. In addition, the florist industry requires miniature (baby) and spray varieties of the perennial carnation. These are grown commercially.


The use of carnations in floral arrangements, corsages, and boutonnieres makes them one of the most popular types of cut flowers sold in commercial settings. Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is credited with choosing the pink carnation to represent Mother’s Day in 1907. In the past, carnations were traditionally used to bring down high temperatures in Europe. In Elizabethan times, it was also used as a substitute for the more expensive clove when flavouring wine and ale. This practise continued well into the early modern period.


How did carnations get its name?


So, where did the flower known as a carnation get its name? There are a great number of myths and speculations surrounding this topic. Some people believe that the word “coronation” is where the term “corona” came from because the flower was used in Greek ceremonial crowns. Others, however, believe that the name derives from the Latin word “carnis,” which translates to “flesh,” because the first carnations were primarily pink in colour.


Even knowledgeable people in the field of flowers, such as ourselves, are clueless about where the name “carnation” came from. However, one thing that we are aware of is that the name “dianthus caryophyllus” that is used in scientific circles originated from the all-powerful Greek god Zeus. Because the word for flower in Greek is anthos and the Greek word for Zeus is dios, they combined their names to create the word “dianthus.” Carnations are revered as the “flower of the gods” for a number of reasons, one of which is as follows:



What do carnations symbolize?

Did you know that carnations are one of the flowers that have been cultivated for one of the longest periods of time? That is simply incredible, isn’t it? One of the earliest known botanists, Theophrastus, who lived during the times of ancient Greece and Rome, is credited with making the discovery of these plants.

Carnations, which are mostly cultivated in Europe and Asia, were adored by a great number of people and used in art, decor, wreaths, and perfumes. And in addition to that, they offered some pretty significant health advantages. Those who were experiencing feelings of stress would benefit from a delightful cup of carnation tea, which, in addition to providing a significant increase in energy, would help to alleviate those feelings. In addition, they were utilised in the treatment of a variety of ailments, including stomach aches, fevers, the reduction of wrinkles, and other skin conditions. It is no surprise that they are referred to as the “flower of the gods.”


How to draw carnations?

Step 1.Begin by drawing the base of the carnation in Create two lines that go upwards from the bottom of the page, not too far from each other, and get wider as they reach the top. Start at the bottom of the page. These shouldn’t be completely aligned with one another.

Step 2: Create an hourglass shape with your pen.

utilising the shape of an hourglass with a more condensed bottom overlay perched atop the culmination of the stem lines.

Step 3: Erase

Erase the lines that overlap each other.

Step 4: Begin to draw the lines of the carnation flowers.

To begin constructing the carnation, we will first draw very jagged lines all the way around in a circle. This will allow us to create the flower’s characteristic shape.

This area should not contain any perfectly round shapes; let your imagination run wild!

At the same time, affix a miniature crescent moon in the shape of a leaf to the part of the stem that is the widest.

Step 5: Repeat

It is necessary to repeat this step on the inside of the shape that we have just created.

Establish connections between some of these lines and the previous form.

Step 6: Draw more jagged lines

Using the same method as before, draw additional jagged lines to begin dividing the largest shape into smaller shapes.

Step 7: Do It Again

Continue forward and use your imagination with it!

Carnations are an example of beautiful disorder.

Step 8: Include additional lines that go in a circle.

As you continue to add these lines, you should check to see that some of them are looped around, such as in the very front.

Step 9: At this stage, the petals will begin to take on their final form.

After that, add some lines that are shorter and smaller and connect the corners to other corners. You should begin to see the shape of the petals taking form.

Step 10: Make the lines thinner.

Adding thinner lines to these shapes at strategic locations where the lines concave inwards will give the shape more definition.

Drawing lines all over the flower is the eleventh step.

To complete the flower, draw these lines all over it.

The next step is to draw leaves on the stem.

Add two more leaves in the shape of a crescent moon to the stem, and then paint two stripes on the smaller bulb.

11th Step: Shading

Shade away!


How to dry carnations?

Carnations are a popular choice for the floral arrangements used for special occasions, such as those used for wedding bouquets and table centrepieces. There are primarily two approaches to preserving carnations, and the approach that you go with will depend on the result that you are looking for. The air-drying method is capable of drying multiple flowers at the same time; however, the hue of the dried flowers will be altered. The colour and shape of carnations are able to be maintained for the most part when they are dried in the microwave; however, each flower needs to be dried separately.


How long do carnations last?

Carnations are one of the few cut flowers that can stay fresh for up to two weeks after being cut. If you follow just a few of these easy care tips, you’ll extend the vase life of your carnations and be able to enjoy them for up to two weeks: When you get back to your house, immediately place the wrapped carnations in a bowl of water so that they can take a refreshing drink while you prepare the vase for them.


How to press carnations?

If you want to preserve a flower that was given to you by a special someone or that was given to you on a special occasion, pressing a carnation or any other type of flower is a great way to do so. Flower pressing can also be used as a method for the creation of artwork, greeting cards, and other types of crafts, which can be done as a hobby or as a home-based business. Because carnations have so many petals and such a full bloom, pressing them can be a bit of a challenge, but the finished product is absolutely stunning due to the wide range of colours and the delicate outline of the flower.

Find two books that are heavy. Because of their greater weight and stability, hardbound books produce significantly better results than paperback versions do. Choose the thickest books you can find, as this will expedite the process of pressing the paper. Select the largest books you can find.

Cut the stem of the carnation flower to the appropriate length. Because you do not want to press just a portion of the flower, you will need to trim it so that it can be placed entirely between the pages of the book that you are using. Use scissors that are sharp and cut it so that it is neat and clean. To prevent the carnation from rotting, remove any surface moisture from its surface using paper towel.