Carnation Bouquet. Seidl. 1996. Herbaceous hybrid. Flowers are double cream-pink with darker pink highlights. Flowers will appear ‘ugly’ in their early stages of opening (brown and green petals), but never fail to produce superior pink coloration. Fragrance is best described as clove scented. Petals are ruffled and produce a large well organized display. Carnation Bouquet is easy to grow, but will benefit from some support, as the medium sized flowers are heavy. Some years we have noted less double flowers, likely due to climate conditions during bud formation. An excellent parent that produces both seed and pollen. Pollen is hidden and will require time to locate. (Blushing Princess x Sparkling Windflower). Premium divisions ship late September to mid October.