- Flower nameSpray Carnation
- Scientific nameDianthus caryophyllus 'spray type'
- AliasDianthus caryophyllus, Spray Carnation
- Place of originGardening kind
- Place of floweringCut flowers, flower arrangement
- Flowering seasonApril, May
What is Spray Carnation
Spray Carnation (Scientific name: Dianthus caryophyllus 'Spray type') is one of the horticultural varieties of the carnation (Carnation, Scientific name: Dianthus caryophyllus), a cold-tolerant perennial plant of the genus Nadesico, native to Southern Europe. In recent years, new varieties of carnation horticultural varieties have been produced by genetic recombination and are on the market. When classified systematically, there are three types: standard type, spray type, and pot type. Spray carnations have branched stems and, like the standard type, appear as cut flowers. Flower color is abundant, such as red, white, pink, purple, yellow.
Information about Spray carnation
Common name: Carnation, Scientific name: Dianthus caryophyllus, Place of Origin: Horticultural variety (original species in southern Europe and the Mediterranean coast), Plant height: 10-30 cm, Flowering stage: April to May, Flower diameter: 3-8 cm, Flower color: Red, peach, yellow, white ・ Orange ・ Purple.