The chrysanthemum 'Focus' produces sprays of yellow pompon-flowers on long stems. The 1.5-inch-wide (3.5 cm), many-petaled blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown specimens will flower 7.5 weeks after 3 weeks of "long nights" (13.5 hours or more). This vegetatively propagated mum is sold as a cut flower by florists and other vendors.
C. × morifolium originated in eastern Asia, where this herbaceous perennial has been cultivated and bred for...
The chrysanthemum Foxy Marjorie™ produces masses of small, crimson-red, yellow-eyed blossoms on densely branched, 8- to 12-inch (20 to 30 cm) plants. The 1.5-inch-wide (3.75 cm), double to semi-double blooms of this mid- to late-season mum appear from early- to mid-fall. Cultivars in the Marjorie™ Series were introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio, and are available only as vegetatively propagated plants.
The showy blooms and pungent, lobed leaves of garden chrysanthemums are staples...
(Foxy Natasha Chrysanthemum, Single Chrysanthemum)
The warm and beautiful flowers of Foxy Natasha really stand out in a crowd. Each single daisy has vibrant red petals contrasted by a bright yellow center. Like other mums, it is a heavy-flowering selection that adopts a uniform cushion habit.
In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial puts forth dense stems lined with medium green, fragrant, lobed leaves. In late spring to early summer it should be pinched back to encourage a more uniform shape and to increase the density of flower...
The decorative chrysanthemum Frosted Elmira produces numerous sprays of small, double white blossoms on densely branched, rounded, 8- to 12-inch (20 to 30 cm) plants. The 1.5-inch-wide (3 cm), many-petaled blooms open in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown plants can be forced into flower at other seasons. Elmira Series mums were introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio, and are available only as vegetatively propagated plants. They were developed for use as seasonal potted...
The double-flowered garden chrysanthemum Frosty Cheryl™ bears masses of white, cream-centered blooms on upright, bushy, 8- to 12-inch (20 to 30 cm) plants. The 2-inch-wide (5 cm) blooms appear in early fall. Plants grown under artificial conditions can be "forced" into flower at other seasons. Cultivars in the Cheryl™ Series were introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio.
The showy blooms and pungent, lobed leaves of garden chrysanthemums are staples of the autumn flower garden. These...
This hardy bedding chrysanthemum produces dense branching clusters of double white blooms in late summer and early autumn. The flowers are held above dense, 18- to 24-inch (45 to 60 cm) clumps of lobed, pungently scented, medium-green leaves. Unlike most "decorative" mums, this and other members of the Igloo Series are reliably perennial to USDA Hardiness Zone 5.
This herbaceous perennial prefers full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Pinch plants back in late spring or early summer to encourage...
Bright white daisies blanket the vigorous mum Frosty Jeanette in mid- to late-fall. Like many contemporary bedding mums, it has good branching and naturally adopts an upright, mounding habit. This Yoder Brothers introduction was bred by Mark A. Smith of Fort Myers, Florida.
In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial has dense, branched stems lined with rich green, fragrant, lobed leaves. It begins flowering in mid-fall and continues for several weeks afterward. Its showy daisies have...
Frosty Mistique chrysanthemum produces numerous small, white, pink-tinged "daisies" on fast-blooming, heat-tolerant, 6- to 10-inch (15 to 25 cm) plants. Its leaves are paler than those of White Mistique. The 1.25-inch-wide (3 cm), single to semi-double blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions. Greenhouse-grown specimens can be brought into bloom at other seasons, with plants flowering approximately 6 weeks after 2 weeks of "long nights" (13.5 hours or more). This vegetatively propagated...
The enormous long-stemmed flowers of 'Garnet King' are specialty mums best-suited for conservatory displays and the cut flower industry, though home gardeners with cutting gardens may try their hand at growing them. The upright mum bears very large, fully double flowers with reflexed petals of deepest red. They appear on strong stems against dusty dark green foliage.
In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial puts forth dense stems lined with fragrant lobed leaves. It begins flowering...
(Hardy Chrysanthemum, Single Chrysanthemum)
Scores of small soft-orange daisies cover this hardy garden mum in late summer and early fall. Bred in Belgium, this hybrid cultivar is a heavy-flowering selection that adopts that perfect cushion mum habit.
Chrysanthemum × morifolium is an old-time favorite for fall gardens and greenhouse displays. This herbaceous perennial originated in eastern Asia, where it has long been cultivated for its showy blooms and fragrant, deeply lobed foliage. Hundreds of mum varieties are grown...