Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
from Home

How Not to Kill Your Mums

Hardy Mums - Photo: © Marie Iannotti

from Home

14 Fall Decorating Ideas You Can Implement Right Now

Fall Decorating Ideas That Don't Use a Halloween Theme: Fall Mums and Ornamental Kale: Killer Fall Decorating Combo

from SF Gate

How to Care for Fall Mum Plants in Containers

Pots overspilling with brightly colored mums (Chrysanthemum spp.) provide fall color indoors or out. Mums come in a huge range of colors and flower forms, which makes them simple to integrate into ...

How to Care for Hardy Mum Flowers | Garden Guides

from Home

Growing Hardy Mums for a Fall Show

Growing Hardy Mums -


Mammoth Mum Collection - Spring Hill's Hardy Mammoth Mum, a truly perennial mum that can withstand temperatures as cold as -30°F and comes back bigger and better each year! Butterflies love their perfect cushion shape and hundreds of beautiful, brightly colored flowers. Plant them in full sun to partial shade, either individually or as a hedge. They're hardy in warm climates (zone 9) or cold (zone 3), and are so easy to take care of - no pinching, pruning or deadheading required!

Dendranthema 'Snowy Igloo' * Hardy Mum * Improved vigor, habit and flowering bring extra zing to these very decorative plants, which are covered in fluffy 2.5-inch (6cm) white flowers for over a month. First year flowering. Bloom usually begins in September first year, August in subsequent years. Attractive lobed green leaves form uniform rounded masses without pinching. Upgrades 'Frosty Igloo'. The Igloo series brings unprecedented uniformity and flower power to the late summer/early fall…


Dividing mums and perennials: "Perennials that MUST be divided before they put out much new spring growth: mums, fall asters, mallows, daylilies (Oct. is better for them), Shasta daises, coneflowers, Gloriosa daisies, St. Joseph's lilies (hardy amaryllis - may not bloom heavily first spring after move) and perennial salvias, especially Mexican bush sage, among other perennials. Old rule is that "If it blooms in late summer or fall, you dig and divide it in late winter. If it blooms in…

Did you know that mums (chrysanthemums) don’t have to only last one season? With a little work, your hardy mums can survive the winter! A very important part of winterizing your mums begins when you plant them. Make sure that the soil drains well so puddled water doesn’t form ice on the roots! It’s not …