A selection of articles related to dianthus.
Original articles from our library related to the Dianthus. See Table of Contents for further available material (downloadable resources) on Dianthus.
- Carnation: Correspondences
- Dianthus carophyllus Folk Names: Gillies, Gilliflower, Jove's Flower, Nelka, Scaffold Flower, Sops-In-Wine Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Fire Deity: Jupiter Power: Protection, Healing, Strength...
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- Moon Gardening
- There is nothing more beautiful at night than looking up at the Moon and looking down at its audience. A symphony of beautiful flowers that stand at attention, when the night comes upon us! Whether you would like an Herb Garden, a Medicine Wheel Garden, or...
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- Dianthus, the “Divine Flower”
- References to the plant genus Dianthus go back as far as the Greek botanist Theophrastus. He named these plants from the Caryophyllaceae family “divine flower” (dios = divine plus anthos = flower). The Romans brought Dianthus to Europe and England, ...
- Athletic excellence for Dianthus pupils
- Dianthus Primary School pupils, Siboniso Zungu and Wandile Cele were selected to participate in the Pinetown District Athletics Championship, recently. They represented their school at Verulam Secondary School where they were also selected to represent ...
- Christmas tree branches could save your garden
- I lost garden pinks (dianthus) and foxgloves. There was also a marked reduction in annuals that should have reseeded. With a little extra effort and thought these plants can be saved from the ravages of the freeze/thaw cycle.
- Some tips on growing a green thumb
- For example, dianthus, a pink and starry-shaped flower, is perfect for early spring.
- Felder Rushing: Who says 'petaloso' is the wrong word?
- But in the 17th century someone started referring to the color of Dianthus, whose flowers have ragged or “pinked” edges, as pink.