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Chrysanthemums, roses and hardy plants

by Charles H. Totty (Firm)

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Published by Charles H. Totty in Madison, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catalogs,
  • Chrysanthemums,
  • Nursery stock,
  • Shrubs,
  • Seeds,
  • Ornamental Plants,
  • Flowers,
  • Nurseries (Horticulture)

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    StatementCharles H. Totty
    ContributionsHenry G. Gilbert Nursery and Seed Trade Catalog Collection
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 pages :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26232029M
    OCLC/WorldCa900730575

    MUM GALLERY. Few plants can rival mums for their beautiful fall color - they've truly earned their title of "Queen of the Fall Flowers." We are pleased to offer these fine groups of mums with stunning forms and intense color. Pair with Asters and other fall blooming perennials for a truly gorgeous harvest display. We offer individual varieties. Nov 9, - Explore jimgstehr's board "Chrysanthemums" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Chrysanthemum, Plants, Flowers pins.

    CHRYSANTHEMUM." Chrysos" is Greek for gold," anthos" for flower. Chrysanthemums have been cherished in China for years. Why are people snobbish about hardy chrysanthemums? For me they are essential, cottage garden plants, filling the garden with colour from October through to December. Chrysanthemums (mums) are one of the most popular fall garden flowers. Most varieties are easy to grow with their basic needs being full sun, rich soil, good drainage, and good air circulation. There are hundreds of varieties available in a range of shapes and sizes that can provide blooms from late.

      A nurseryman named Alex Cummings bred mums in Connecticut in the ’s and some of these plants date back to his work. These special plants are being offered in the perennial department; they will be on a different sales track than the garden mums in terms of pricing, when they are on “sale” and so on, so we apologize for any confusion. Roses do not like too much competition and it is recommended to surround them with plants that are not too aggressive or invasive as they might overpower your roses. Companion plants should be planted at least 12 in. (30 cm) away from your roses so that their roots are not disturbed.


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Chrysanthemums, roses and hardy plants / Charles H. Totty. Item Preview remove-circle Flowers Seeds Catalogs, Chrysanthemums Catalogs, Plants, Ornamental Catalogs, Shrubs Catalogs, Nurseries (Horticulture) New Jersey Madison Catalogs Publisher This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library.

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Jackson (Firm); 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Roses, Nursery stock, Catalogs, Perennials, Chrysanthemums; Places: Georgia, Gainesville. Hardy Chrysanthemums. Hardy Chrysanthemums here we come. As we extend our plant range every year, special emphasis has been put on making the colourless periods of the year smaller and less prolonged.

Lets face it once November gets here there is not a lot that we can put into the garden to brighten up the rapidly shortening days. The Chrysanthemum has been in cultivation for over years but not in the forms which we would recognise today.

In the 4th century AD they arrived in Japan and it is to the Japanese that we owe much to the development of this wonderfully versatile flower. Its ability to last well as a cut.

Pair daisylike chrysanthemums such as Chrysanthemum x superbums with similar-looking coneflowers. These perennial plants bloom at the same time as mums and in complementary colors.

Or, plant chrysanthemums with Dianthus plants (such as. Mum Plants, Mum Flowers, Chrysanthemums Cultivate mum plants for their eye-catching colors and for their gentle, sweet aroma that will perfume your garden in the late summer.

Choose red mum flowers or group red mums with yellow and white mums for multicolored outdoor displays. Hardy and compact cushion chrysanthemums are hemispherical in shape with flowers almost completely covering the outside surfaces of each plant, like a pincushion.

Height and spread: 12 to 18 inches. Upright: Traditional long stems with flowers at the top of the plant. Height and spread: 18 to 24 inches. Shrub Cushion. - Explore ilovethatbook's board "Hardy Chrysanthemums" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Chrysanthemum, Plants and Perennials pins.

While the hardy chrysanthemum has suffered from the persistent myth of being a fussy and tender perennial, but in the past 20 years or so, chrysanthemums have been re-established as a mainstay of the autumn garden.

The hardy chrysanthemum is one of the specialities of De Hessenhof, the organic plant nursery which I work for in the Netherlands, which was started almost 40 years ago Author: Jason Ingram.

Facts About Chrysanthemum Flowers. Chrysanthemums were cultivated in China as early as 15th century BC. The plants were used as herbs and the roots and leaves were eaten. The plant migrated to Japan several centuries later and thrived in the temperate climates of Asia. Today, the plant is a common fall garden sight and gift plant.

Plants are bushy and multistemmed, producing up to 20 blooms per plant. The bright yellow, chrysanthemum-type, double and semi-double blooms last for up to 3 weeks on the plants, that's 2 or 3 times longer than other double varieties. Early to flower and perfect.

The Chrysanthemum is one of the longest cultivated of ornamental plants, having been grown and hybridized in China for over years. The name derives from the Greek, chrysos (gold) and anthos (flower), likely referring to the yellow Chrysanthemum coronarium. The genus consists of about 20 species of bushy, upright annuals and herbaceous.

Growing mums is an easy task as long as you keep a few things in mind. Plant mums in well-drained, evenly moist soil. These plants will quickly rot if where they are planted stays too wet. If you have a heavy, dry soil, such as hard clay, mums would benefit from added compost and peat moss to loosen the soil.

Mums can also be considered heavy. Seed House-KOUYE Rare Rainbow Chrysanthemum Seeds, Wild Chrysanthemums Flowers Seed Hardy Perennial Exotic Flower Seeds for Balcony, Garden out of 5 stars 8 $ $ 2.

Roses By Category. Climbing Roses; English Rose; OSO EASY Roses; Floribunda Rose; Hybrid Roses; Miniature Roses; Shrub Roses; KNOCKOUT Roses; HOME RUN Roses; DRIFT Shrub Roses; Other Shrub Roses; May We Suggest.

DOUBLE RED KNOCK OUT® ROSE Jumbo gallon Potted $ each May We Suggest. OSO HAPPY® SMOOTHIE ROSE Jumbo gallon Potted $ each.Planting chrysanthemums. Plants can be grown from cuttings from overwintered roots – called ‘stools’ – or you can buy young plants from garden centres, nurseries and mail order suppliers.

Plant out young plants from mid-May to early June, once the risk of frost has passed. Space plants 45cm (18in) apart and water in well.