when the carnation bulbs are planted and if they must be raised for winter Thank you I await your reply
Carnations do not have underground bulbs, so you are probably referring to the roots of perennial sepia. These plants can find a place in the garden in autumn, or even in spring. I think it would be better to prepare the flowerbeds in the autumn, to have the plants already ready in late winter, but it is true that in the spring the nurseries have much more variety of plants available, so surely it will help you to wait for the end of the winter to plant them. your carnations. Once they are planted, the perennial carnations can remain in the garden even in the invert, since the aerial part dries up and the plant goes into vegetative rest, and therefore does not fear the cold.