Decorative Spray Chrysanthemum Plants x 5 Growing Chart
- Plant Outdoors
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Only potted them in the garden when they arrived so don't know yet but they look healthy
spindly plants, shall send a photo later. I am working in hospital in Sunderland till this evening
Plants were packaged well and arrived in good condition. After potting up they are all growing well.
Decorative Spray Chrysanthemum Plants x 5
Was £9.99. Now £5.99
Get chrysanthemums into your own garden for colour outdoors in the summer and indoors too. They make great cut flowers to put in vases and add to your home.
Chrysanthemums still manage to maintain their popularity near the top of the cut flower charts, second only to the rose perhaps. And it's easy to see why.
They are long lasting, come in a wide range of shapes and colours, and are inexpensive. Growing your own will give you even better value-for-money.
Sprays are not difficult to grow - they don't require dis-budding at every stem like the blooms, you just need to pinch out the central growing tip- and just a few plants will provide lots of sturdy stems for cutting.
Collection consists of five plants, one each of the following:
- Bruno Bronze
- Gompie Pink
- Payton Blaze Red
- Payton Lady Purple
- Pennine Ski White
Download a copy of our Chrysanthemums Growing InstructionsSee Full Description +
- Quantity 5x Young Plants, 1x of Each Variety
- Height 75cm / 30in
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