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Chrysanthemums, also called garden mums, are a perennial plant that can benefit from pruning starting in early spring. However, don’t t...

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Here are some globe-pruned chrysanthemums. They look a lot like box woods and would be beautiful in the fall when blooming.

Here are some globe-pruned chrysanthemums. They look a lot like box woods and would be beautiful in the fall when blooming.

Growing Mums In Containers: How To Grow Mums In Pots -  Care of container grown mums can be a little tricky but if you follow some simple rules of chrysanthemum container care, you should be able to enjoy their blooms throughout fall and possibly even the next spring. Click this article to learn more.

Care Of Container Grown Mums – Tips For Growing Chrysanthemums In Pots

Don't wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that you'll have a good start when the weather gets warm again.

Do 6 of These Things in February To Have a Great Garden in Spring

Dont wait till spring for gardening, begin with 6 things in February so that youll have a good start when the weather gets warm again. - My Garden Window

Ryan Lee shares tips for growing chrysanthemums, a great fall flower. Prune these flowers back until mid-July for a beautiful fall blossom.

Ryan Lee shares tips for growing chrysanthemums, a great fall flower. Prune these flowers back until mid-July for a beautiful fall blossom.

Chrysanthemum flowers are a variety of colors.

How to Prune Mums

During the spring to autumn growing season, branches of chrysanthemums, or mums (Chrysanthemum spp.), gradually evolve into their flowering phase. Pruning the plants properly.

How to prune and divide a Chrysanthemum plant. Part 2

How to prune and divide a Chrysanthemum plant.

Prune chrysanthemums on July 4 to to have more buds on fall.

Prune chrysanthemums on July 4 to to have more buds on fall.

These guidelines are for a USDA 4. For every zone warmer you are – delay this by one week.  So a USDA 6 would start transplanting perennials in mid-September rather than early September and would go until mid-October instead of late September. (two week difference between zone 4 and zone 6).

When Can You Transplant Plants In The Fall Garden

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