How many types of chrysanthemums are there?
There are 13 classes of chrysanthemums and over 200 cultivars of chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemums have two types of flowers on the flower head: disk and ray flowers. The amount of petals vary by cultivar.
No one knows how many chrysanthemums there are in France.
Chrysanthemums add color to the fall garden. Not many flowers bloom in the fall.
Chrysanthemums come in many colors from lilac, red, rust, yellow and green.
Many people do plant chrysanthemums in the fall for color.
Chrysanthemums are flowering plants. They come in many colors: yellow, orange, red, and lilac.
Malaysia is a big source for florist chrysanthemums. Many of them are not grown from seed but from tissue culture.
Chrysanthemums are fall plants so they tolerate cold weather better than many garden plants.
Often homecoming mums or chrysanthemums match the colors of the girl's clothing. But many will have school colors.
There are many cultivars of chrysanthemums. Fire Island, Delano, Cocoa Beach, Key Largo, and Red Irvine are just a few.
Fuji chrysanthemums and spider chrysanthemums are the same flower. The botanic name is Dendranthema x grandiflorium.
Chrysanthemums can be replanted.
Chrysanthemums do not have thorns.
Chrysanthemums are a composite flower which means that it is made of many smaller flowers. The ray flowers are imperfect and the disk flowers are perfect flowers.
Check how many hours of light a day your chrysanthemums are getting. If they are not getting enough light, they could bloom at the wrong time.
Rabbits avoid eating chrysanthemums. They seem to know that chrysanthemums are poisonous.
Chrysanthemums are toxic to most mammals. Snails, aphids, and spider mites eat chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemums can be eaten by spider mites and chrysanthemums aphids which look brown or black. It is poisonous to mammals.
Chrysanthemums are indeed a type of flower. They come in 13 different forms. They are the national flower of Japan. Many gardeners depend on chrysanthemums for fall color.
Chrysanthemums do not have a special name for their seeds.
They are chrysanthemums that are shaped like a button.
It is best to divide chrysanthemums in the spring.
It is a good idea to deadhead your chrysanthemums.
In the story “The Chrysanthemums” by John Steinbeck, the chrysanthemums symbolize Elisa’s confidence and her feminist side.
Chrysanthemums do produce seeds and can reproduce asexually.
Chrysanthemums are a complete flower.
It could be nematodes or aphids eating your chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemums have a fibrous root system.
Chrysanthemums can grow in zones 3 to 9.
Chrysanthemums are toxic to mammals so most avoid them. Slugs, aphids, and spider mites can eat chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemums like it mildly acid.
Chrysanthemums are toxic to mammals. Deer avoid them
Chrysanthemums are a great source of color in the fall garden.
You can prune chrysanthemums back after they flower in fall.
The duration of Late Chrysanthemums is 1.68 hours.
Chrysanthemums can get blight, leaf spot, mottle and wilt.
The answer to the question is that an archetypal Congo or Macedonia Chrysanthemums' habitat is verdant and brisk, not like what your normal Sao Tome and Principe Chrysanthemums' habitat is
Florist chrysanthemums are annuals. Chrysanthemums grown in the garden can be perennials if they are planted long enough to get their roots established before a hard freeze.
Chrysanthemums do smell bad. They are used to make an insecticide.
Most likely your chrysanthemums need water.
Chrysanthemums need sunlight. They can tolerate some shade.
Chrysanthemums start to grow in the spring. They flower in the fall.
After your chrysanthemums are done blooming, you can prune them down and mulch them.
Uncover your chrysanthemums in the spring as soon as you see new growth.
Chrysanthemums are best transplanted in summer or early fall.
Chrysanthemums need to be planted in a sunny spot with well drained soil.
Chrysanthemums, are a genus of about 30 species of perennial flowering plants in the family Asteraceae
Fall chrysanthemums generally last for two months.
If planted early enough in the season for the roots to grow, chrysanthemums are perennials.
Some chrysanthemums are perennial. However the ones that florists use are annual.