How Long Do Mums Bloom?

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The length of time that mums will bloom is typically between 4 and 6 weeks. Mums generally bloom in the fall and late summer. The length of time the mum blooms depends on where it is and it's growing conditions.
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The average bloom time for mums are several weeks. In the United States, mums are planted in the Spring and tend to bloom in early Fall. The Spring and Summer allow the plant to grow it's root system that sets the stage for a healthy life for the plant.
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