Chrysanthemum Varieties?


Chrysanthemum varieties are available in different colours in different parts of the world. These varieties include spider, pompon, decorative, quill, daisy, spoon and button chrysanthemum.
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About 160 SPECIES, mostly native to China, Japan, and Europe. I imagine that there are many, many more VARIETIES than that. There are actually at least 11 GENERA, or genus, of chrysanthemums
For currently available varieties click on Overview of varieties.
You can make chrysanthemum pots by mixing sand soil and manure in the ratio 1:1:1. Add to this mixture about 50 gram superphosphate. Make sure to put crock at the base of the pot.
To find out about the latest varieties of Chrysanthemum check out the sites of Chrysanthemum breeders, e.g.:
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Chrysanthemum Varieties
Chrysanthemums, often shortened to "mums," grow in a wide variety of colors and sizes. Mums were cultivated in China as a flowering herb as early as the 15th century BC, and, as of 2011, the flowers are grown around the world by professional and amateur... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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