carnation

(redirected from Carnations)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
  • all
  • noun
  • adj

Synonyms for carnation

Eurasian plant with pink to purple-red spice-scented usually double flowers

a pink or reddish-pink color

Related Words

pink or pinkish

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
We stand with them and we brought 129 carnations here for the memory of victims of Paris attack.
They dispersed after delivering speeches and leaving carnations on a street leading to the square.
He says: "The giving away of the red carnations was a huge success at Aintree.
This may make commercial How we |covered the story of the initial police investigation into allegations of racism at the Birmingham v Boro game, left MASTHEAD from Jersey -Send the Ideal Christmas Bouquets from low price includes: long stem Carnations in a mixed with greenery or a red, long stem Carnation bouquet wi
In the South, perennial carnations can be taken up every couple of years, divided and replanted.
Contract awarded for Purchase required celebration of carnations for mothers day (sol.
Oxfam partner Palestinian Agriculture Relief Committee (PARC), which manages Gaza's cash crop exports to the Netherlands, said the unusually cold weather throughout the season also impacted carnations and vegetables production, delaying it to the end of the season when the electricity crisis was at its height.
BRIGHT, vibrant and joyful pot carnations from the Sunflor Series range are real showstoppers for summer beds and borders as well as containers on a sunny patio.
Syd breeds carnations and has compiled records for the International Dianthus Register.
Gaza Palestinians living in Gaza have over the past month enjoyed a rare opportunity to export this season's strawberries and carnations to Europe, after Israel finally agreed to ease obstacles to exportation in certain agricultural products.
Also in the south, two truckloads of cut carnations will be exported under a Dutch government program that has already begun to wrap up, as the strawberry season came to an end last week.
European carnations and pinks, members of the Dianthus group, form new species surprisingly fast.
Summary: This time last year Adham Hijazi was feeding his world-class carnations to animals, but now he hopes they will reach European markets after Israel eased its closures on the Gaza Strip.
Focus on a single colour theme and a compact design using roses, orchids or carnations but avoid flowers with a stronger scent such as freesia or hyacinths so you don't detract from the wonderful aromas of your food.
For 17 consecutive years we proudly supported the Carnations-Against-Cancer project, last year FNB and the Cancer Association agreed to inject freshness into the concept changing it from carnations to music, where FNB sponsored the Cinderella Opera which was a resounding success," said Ian Leyenaar, CEO of FNB at the launch of the FNB Bandanna campaign in collaboration with the Cancer Association of Namibia.