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(Decorative Chrysanthemum, Padre Chrysanthemum)

In the first days of fall, this compact chrysanthemum becomes covered with lots of fully double, deep rose-pink flowers. 'Padre' is a Belgium hardy mum, so it is more reliably hardy than most cultivars. It adopts a perfect cushion habit and blends beautifully with other brightly colored bedding plants for fall. In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial develops dense stems lined with medium green, fragrant lobed leaves. It begins flowering in early fall and continues for several weeks afterward....

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Yoder Brothers

(Single Chrysanthemum, Spray Chrysanthemum)

The chrysanthemum 'Panuco' produces sprays of rose-red, yellow-eyed "daisies" that are suitable for cutting. The nearly 2-inch-wide (4.5 cm), single to semi-double blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown specimens can be brought into flower at other seasons. This vegetatively propagated mum was introduced and patented by the Dutch firm Fides Goldstock Breeding B.V. It was developed for the cut-flower trade.

C. × morifolium originated in eastern...

(Decorative Chrysanthemum, Peacock Royal Chrysanthemum)

The Peacock Royal chrysanthemum is a lovely upright and rounded mum that bears crimson red flowers in early fall. Fully double, crimson red blossoms cover ‘Peacock Royal' for weeks in early and mid-fall. This floriferous selection adopts an upright cushion habit and blends beautifully with other brightly colored bedding plants for fall. It was bred by Keith G. Lintott of Bognor Regis, Great Britain and introduced by Cleangro Ltd., Great Britain .

In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial...

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Jessie Keith

(Daisy Chrysanthemum, Pelee Chrysanthemum)

The vibrant orange daisies of 'Pelee' lend a unique twist to this popular fall bedding plant. Each bicolored daisy has bright yellow petals dipped in orange-red. This Yoder Brothers introduction adopts a neat upright, cushion habit and blends beautifully with other brightly colored bedding plants for fall. It was bred by Cornelis P. Vandenberg or Salinas, California.

In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial develops dense stems lined with dark green, fragrant lobed leaves. It begins...

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Syngenta

(Pot Chrysanthemum, Single Chrysanthemum)

The chrysanthemum Blush™ Pink produces numerous large, light pink, greenish-eyed "daisies" on dense, mounded, 10- to 16-inch (25 to 40 cm) plants. The 4.5- to 5.5-inch-wide (11.5 to 13 cm), single to semi-double blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown plants will flower about 8 weeks after 2 weeks of exposure to "long nights" (13.5 hours or more). This vegetatively propagated mum was introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio. It is grown and sold as a seasonal...

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Syngenta

(Decorative Chrysanthemum)

The decorative chrysanthemum Pink Graceland produces masses of large, pastel-pink, yellow-eyed blossoms on densely branched, rounded, 10- to 16-inch (25 to 40 cm) plants. 6-inch-wide (14.5 cm), daisy-like blooms open in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown plants can be forced into flower at other seasons. Graceland 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...

(Decorative Chrysanthemum)

The chrysanthemum Irvine™ Pink produces masses of deep-pink, yellow-eyed, daisy-like blossoms on densely branched, rounded, 10- to 16-inch (30 to 45 cm) plants. The 3-inch-wide (7.5 cm), single to semi-double blooms open in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown plants can be forced into flower at other seasons. Irvine™ 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...

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Syngenta

(Single Chrysanthemum)

The chrysanthemum Sonoma™ Pink produces numerous rose-pink, yellow-eyed "daisies" on bushy, dome-shaped, 11- to 16- inch (27 to 40 cm) plants. The 3-inch-wide (7.5 cm), single to semi-double blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown specimens can be brought into flower at other seasons. This vegetatively propagated mum was introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio. It is grown and sold as a seasonal container plant.

C. × morifolium originated...

(Pinto Chrysanthemum, Single Chysanthemum, Spoon Chrysanthemum)

In the first days of fall, this hardy mum becomes covered with lots of small, single daisies with spooned petals. It adopts a perfect cushion habit and blends beautifully with other brightly colored bedding plants for fall.

In spring, this clump-forming herbaceous perennial develops dense stems lined with medium green, fragrant lobed leaves. It begins flowering in early fall and continues for several weeks afterward. Small, single daisies with rounded, or “spooned” petal tips, cover it so densely...

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Syngenta

(Decorative Chrysanthemum)

The chrysanthemum 'Plum Charm' produces numerous large, double, red-purple blossoms on dense, mounded, 10- to 14-inch (25 to 35 cm) plants. The 4- to 4.75-inch-wide (10 to 12 cm), many-petaled blooms appear in autumn under "natural" conditions, but greenhouse-grown specimens will flower about 8 weeks after 2 weeks of exposure to "long nights" (13.5 hours or more). This vegetatively propagated mum was introduced by Yoder Brothers of Barberton, Ohio. It is grown and sold as a seasonal pot plant.

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