Are gardenias monocots?

Answer 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 »

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Are carnations monocots or dicots?

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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How much sun do gardenias need?

Gardenias are tropical bloomers and need a lot of light. Gardenias should be kept out of direct afternoon sunlight during the hottest summer months. If you're growing gardenias inside, they'll need... Read More »

When should you prune gardenias?

On One Hand: Prune In Late SummerMost gardenia varieties bloom in the late spring and early summer. Therefore, pruning in the late summer allows the gardener to shape the plant and restrain growth... Read More »