Ideal temperature: the carnation needs sun, warm temperatures (22º to 24º during the day, and 10º to 12º at night), good drainage and a porous or light soil.
Light: place it in a very bright place in the home, avoiding the hottest areas of the house, since excess heat causes the plant to finish its cycle earlier, reducing the life of its flowers.
Humidity: the optimum humidity range is between 60-70%.
Irrigation: prefers short and frequent waterings. It is important that the substrate is moist at all times (avoiding waterlogging).
Nutrients: must be paid from early spring to early fall. Follow directions for CitySens nutrients.
Substrate: prefers loose, porous and well-drained soils to avoid waterlogging.
Pests: It does not usually have, although if the growing conditions are not the most suitable, the carnation can be affected by: the red spider, the aphid, the thrips and some miners, which must be controlled.