Are carnations monocots or dicots?

Answer The carnation flowering shrub, or the Dianthus caryophyllus, is a dicot, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. This means that the plant's seeds have two cotyledons--tiny leaves that spr... Read More »

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Are gardenias monocots?

No, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, gardenias are dicots. Most vines, flowering bushes and deciduous trees are dicots, while grasses and grass related plants are monocots... Read More »

How do i buy carnations?

Check the PetalsLook at the petals of the carnations. They should be silky with no browning, and no petals should be falling off. Loose petals indicate dying carnations.Check the StemsExamine the s... Read More »

How to Dye Carnations?

This is an article on how to dye carnations. Carnations are VERY easy to dye and also very impressive. They're perfect for a centerpiece if a date is coming over or just to brighten your room.