The Apricot Carnation is a star in its own right - anything but a filler flower.
The Carnation is a medium length stem (measurement approximate).
Recut diagonally before placing in cool water. Always cut a carnation between the nodes (lumpy areas) as the carnation can't drink if it is cut on one of these nodes.
All foliage should be above the waterline. Your flowers will respond best to temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees C.
All flowers benefit from flower food and respond well to changing water regularly.
*As this is a naturally occurring product, there will be a slight size and colour variation throughout the season.