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Pink Carnations Pink Carnations

Pink carnations have the most symbolic and historical significance. According to Christian legend, carnations first appeared on Earth as Jesus carried the Cross and The Virgin Mary shed tea at Jesus' plight and carnation sprang up from where her tears fell. Thus, the pink carnation became the symbol of a mother's undying love, and in 1907 was chosen by emblem of "Mother's Day," now observed in the United States and Canada on the second Sunday in May. A red carnation may be worn if one's mother is alive, and a white one if she has died.

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Arranging Pink Carnations: The National Flower of Spain and the birth flower of those born in January, pink carnations are hailed as the symbol of a mothers love and the emblem of Mothers day. Pink Carnations are among the most popular flowers in the world, as these versatile flowers are hardy can last up to 14 days if properly cared for. When arranging your pink carnation bouquet, just trim the stems and place the flowers in a vase mixing them with greens. Your pink carnations can be manipulated to look very elegant, by massing them together in a tight bunch. Pink Carnations are great flowers for Pave style flower arrangements.

Pink Carnation Bouquet Care Tips: Your pink carnations bouquet has an estimated vase life of 7-14 days. Pink Carnations are relatively hardy flowers compared to other flower types, and can last as long as 14 days, with just a little care. When re-cutting your pink carnation stems, cut just above one of the nodes that run up the flower's stalk. This will allow the stems to draw water more easily. After remove the foliage that falls below the water line, place your pink carnations in our vase with luke warm water mixed with the first packet of flower food. Follow these simple care tips and enjoy your pink carnation bouquet for days to come.