Chrysanthemums, commonly referred to as "mums," are a diverse and popular group of flowering plants known for their attractive and colorful blossoms. These plants belong to the genus Chrysanthemum and are native to Asia and northeastern Europe.

  • Flowers: Chrysanthemum flowers come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and colors. They typically have a central disk surrounded by ray-like petals.
  • Leaves: Chrysanthemum leaves are usually dark green, lobed or serrated, and vary in shape depending on the species and cultivar.
  • Growth Habit: Chrysanthemums can be herbaceous perennials or shrubs, depending on the species and variety.

Chrysanthemums are grown as ornamental plants and are valued for their long-lasting blooms, which make them a popular choice for gardens and floral arrangements.Garden mums are commonly grown outdoors and are often seen in gardens and landscapes, while florist mums are cultivated for indoor floral arrangements.

Chrysanthemums are beautiful, intricate flowers that grow in many different colours. To ensure that the flowers bloom magnificently, a specific set of conditions must be met. Firstly, the plant should be grown in moist, well-drained soil which has preferably been mixed with compost or fertilizer. The plant should be kept in bright, direct sunlight but can also be kept in partial shade if preferred. Chrysanthemums will thrive in temperatures ranging from 11-28°C, and if maintained correctly will reach a maximum height of anywhere between 25-120cm depending on the specific breed of flower. These bright, colourful plants are a brilliant addition to any garden to add a splash of colour!

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