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Today on the blog, we are going to tackle a very interesting topic – growing dianthus succulents indoors. Dianthus flowers are beautiful and good-looking. Let's go at it!

A Little Background

Dianthus had a short blossoming season until 1971 when a raiser figured out how to develop structures that didn’t set seed.

Growing Dianthus

Plant pinks in full sun, halfway shade, or anyplace they will get somewhere around 6 hours of sun.

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Wait until winter is over before planting your succulent.

Spot them correctly at a similar level – just about 12 to 18 inches.

Care for Dianthus

Water the plants when dry and apply manure each six to about two months. You may likewise work a lethargic delivery compost into the dirt at planting.

Develop Dianthus

Toughness changes between the species, going from Zones 3-9. But you can easily grow them in the garden and even indoor.

Propagate Them

Dianthus can be engendered from seeds that began inside, straightforwardly planted into the nursery, or developed from stem cuttings.

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Dianthus Caryophyllus Care

Aphids can feed on the stems. You have to control them with a sharp shower of water from a hose. Or you can use a neem spray for the ladybugs.

The Best Soil

When growing dianthus indoors, it is important to select the right soil condition to get vital and blossomy carnations.

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