Chrysanthemum Varieties?

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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
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For currently available varieties click on Overview of varieties.
http://www.justchrys.com/faq.php?lan=uk
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.
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To find out about the latest varieties of Chrysanthemum check out the sites of Chrysanthemum breeders, e.g.:
http://www.justchrys.com/faq.php?lan=uk
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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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