Plant Family Guides: Chrysanthemum Guides
25 Types of Daisies You Should Grow
Discover a stunning variety of daisies - From the captivating Gerbera Daisy to the delightful Shasta daisy or African Daisy, a symphony of petals beckons!
Chrysanthemum: Learn How To Plant, Care and Grow Magnificent Flowers
Beloved for their late summer and fall flowers, Chrysanthemums or mums are terrific plants for adding color in borders and containers. Usually easy to grow, these fall garden favorites make wonderful, long-lasting cut flowers too.
13 Types of Chrysanthemum for a splash of fall color in gardens and containers
Chrysanthemum blooms are composed of many tiny flowers called florets. Some have both disk and ray florets in the bloom heads, but others lack ray or disk florets. The National Chrysanthemum Society divides bloom forms into 13 classes ranging from single daisies to multi-petalled pompons, petite to giant blooms.
November Birth Flower: What is my Birth Flower?
Embrace November birth flower: Chrysanthemums, symbolizing joy & longevity, or peonies, representing prosperity & love.
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