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  • Cut flowers of carnation are classified into two types, the standard type with one flower on a stem and the spray type with multiple flowers on a stem.
  • Cut flowers, like other living and growing things, go through a sequence of development.
  • Cut flowers need a fertile, weed-free soil. Annual applications of organic matter especially to sandy and clay soils help retain moisture and improve soil structure.
  • Growing cut flowers from seed can be very rewarding and is essential for cut flower annuals such as sunflowers, Cosmos, Calendula, cornflower, larkspur and love-in-a-mist.


  • While cut flower production may be a profitable venture, first-time producers are advised to start small and expand as markets become larger.
  • Floral retail prices are highest in southeastern United States. The average 1992 cut flower price per unit was $16.15.
  • The combined production of carnations, chrysanthemums, and roses was $78 million in 2002, representing only 15 percent of total cut flower and foliage production.
  • Specialty cut flower production has the potential to increase income for both small and large farms.

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