Are carnations annuals or perennials?

Answer Carnations are perennial flowers, but can be considered annual in colder climates. They act as perennials in USDA hardiness zones 6 to 9, but may be annuals in lower zones. Carnations require well-... Read More »

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Are carnations perennials or annuals?

Carnations (Dianthus carophyllus) are perennials in USDA zones 6 to 9. In climates colder than zone 6, where the temperature drops below -10 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter, carnations may not sur... Read More »

Are mini carnations annuals or perennials?

Mini carnations are short-lived perennials. In USDA plant hardiness zones 7 to 10, mini carnations come back year after year. In the colder zones, mini carnations are used as annuals when planted o... Read More »

Are phlox annuals or perennials?

According to the Ohio State University's Horticulture and Crop Science department, Phlox--creeping phlox or moss phlox--are miniature semi-evergreen or short evergreen perennial plants. Phlox subul... Read More »

Are snapdragons annuals or perennials?

According to Floridata, snapdragons are short-lived perennials, but for gardening purposes they are treated as annuals. Snapdragons are not drought hardy and do not like hot weather, so they do not... Read More »