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Carnations are a popular choice for vases, arrangements, boutonnières and bouquets of all kinds. Their bewitching array of colors and sweet scent of cloves add beauty and fragrance to your display. Carnations are one of the most classic and popular flowers around the world due to their versatility, hardiness, and simple look.
Pair carnations with roses, hydrangeas, anthurium or other premium flowers for a truly beautiful creation for your wedding or event. Often the last flower standing, carnation flowers are also excellent as fillers in your arrangement.
The pretty carnation’s flowers are edible! Use them as decoration on a cake, freeze them in ice cubes for a cocktail surprise, or add them to your favorite salsa dish. To keep your cut carnation flowers looking as beautiful and vibrant as possible for up to three weeks, make sure to keep your flowers away from direct sunlight, other sources of heat or cold drafts.
Flower Explosion has the best selection of flowers in the industry. We never sell you two-week-old flowers that have been sitting in a wholesaler’s warehouse. Our flowers come directly from the farm, ensuring you the freshest, most beautiful blooms available. Get cheap carnations for sale online now!

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Carnations are a popular choice for vases, arrangements, boutonnières and bouquets of all kinds. Their bewitching array of colors and sweet scent of cloves add beauty and fragrance to your display. Carnations are one of the most classic and popular flowers around the world due to their versatility, hardiness, and simple look.
Pair carnations with roses, hydrangeas, anthurium or other premium flowers for a truly beautiful creation for your wedding or event. Often the last flower standing, carnation flowers are also excellent as fillers in your arrangement.
The pretty carnation’s flowers are edible! Use them as decoration on a cake, freeze them in ice cubes for a cocktail surprise, or add them to your favorite salsa dish. To keep your cut carnation flowers looking as beautiful and vibrant as possible for up to three weeks, make sure to keep your flowers away from direct sunlight, other sources of heat or cold drafts.
Flower Explosion has the best selection of flowers in the industry. We never sell you two-week-old flowers that have been sitting in a wholesaler’s warehouse. Our flowers come directly from the farm, ensuring you the freshest, most beautiful blooms available. Get cheap carnations for sale online now!
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What type of payments do you accept?

We accept all major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, AmEx, Discovery) and PayPal. For registered customers that buy on a regular basis, check payments and wire transfers may be accepted upon submitting an application.


Where do you ship to?

Currently we ship to all 50 States via FedEx. We also offer airport deliveries in major Canadian Airports, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. FlowerExplosion offers a different freight service for other countries. For more information check our international corporate services.


Are there special rates for frequent customers?

For registered customers who buy on a regular basis, or that are interested on making wholesale purchases, discount rates may be granted. Please visit our Investor relations link or call our sales call center at 1-866-639-0277.


How are the flowers packaged?

We have four different box sizes. The biggest one can fit up to 200 stemmed roses, on average. Fresh cut flowers are grouped in bunches, hydrated and pre-cooled before being shipped. A time span of only three to four days passes in between the harvesting of our flowers and their arrival to your door. That is the reason why our flowers are so fresh.

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