Carnations are thus known as the “The Flowers of God.”They express love, fascination, and distinction. Those are native to Eurasia. The single flowers of the Carnations species have five petals and vary from white to pink to purple. The Carnation leaves are narrow and stalkless, and their color varies from green to grey-blue or purple. Carnations grow big, full blooms on strong, straight stems. Carnations are among the most popular commercial cut flowers, being used in floral arrangements, corsages, and boutonnieres. Miss. Anna Jarvis (The Founder of Mother’s Day) used Carnations at the first Mother’s Day celebration because Carnations were her mother’s favorite flower.