Why Are My Mums Turning Brown?


There are several reasons a mum might begin to turn brown. If the mum plant is being kept outside wind and frost can cause a mum to brown. Also if the mum is not getting enough water it will turn brown.
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Mums are a vigorous late-blooming garden plant with showy flowers that turn brown if weather conditions become adverse. An early frost, very heavy rain, or a hail storm can turn mum
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Why Are My Mums Turning Brown?
Chrysanthemums are popular perennial flowers that are native to China. Brought to Europe and the United States in the 1800s, they quickly became staple plants for home gardens and floral arrangements. Many types of chrysanthemum cultivars are available... More »
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Your mums could be turning brown because you put them out too early. Mums do turn brown when they are done blooming. When this happens trim them to the ground, and they will come back beautiful next year. You can find more information at www. daytonnursery. com/tips/Garden%20Mums. htm
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