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Heavy flowering annuals produce loads of showy, daisy-like flowers which are long-lasting cut. The 2-3 foot tall plants are remarkably easy to grow.
Strongly contrasting single white flowers with deep red and bright yellow rings.
Rich shades of red, orange and apricot.
Produces showy, single daisy-like flowers in purple, orange, scarlet, rose, salmon, yellow and white.
Direct sow into prepared seed beds. an area with weeds cleared and top one inch of soil loosened. Rake in seed. Walk over the bed to insure good seed to soil contact. Keep moist until germination. Indoors, seeds are propagated in 2 inch containers.
Growing Tricolor Chrysanthemums: Full sun, any soil if drainage is good. Prefers regular moisture, will thrive with average water. Flowers are plentiful and long-lasting when cut. Spring sowing is most common, for flowers in summer and fall. In mild-winter areas, seeds can be planted in fall for winter and spring flowers.