By Deliana
1 years ago

When do Chrysanthemums bloom?

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Chrysanthemums, better known as “mums” to their friends, are late season bloomers that really pack a fall punch in the garden.
One of the easiest, low maintenance plants is the hardy chrysanthemum. Mums are common nursery and gift plants and produce prodigious amounts of flowers in the later season when few plants are blooming. This attractive trait, along with the myriad of colors and forms of chrysanthemum flowers, enhances the popularity of this readily available plant. In most regions, mums will survive outside as perennials and bloom annually. A few easy practices will show you how to keep chrysanthemums blooming year after year. There are over 5,000 varieties of mums in cultivation. They have a wide range of bloom color, size and petal formation, but they also have different bloom times. Early bloomers will be in full flower in mid-summer while late season bloomers will begin to show color in late summer to early fall. You can purchase blooming mums at any time of the year. This is because growers force them to flower by exposing them to shorter daylight periods and longer dark or night periods. This cycle forces the plant to produce flowers. Traditionally, chrysanthemum bloom season is fall and that is when you will find a riot of colorful mums at almost any garden center and even the supermarket. If are asking, “When do chrysanthemums bloom” because they are failing to produce at the expected time, it may not be timing but cultivation that is causing the plant to stay bloomless.
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