Annual Chrysanthemum

Ismelia carinata syn. Chrysanthemum carinatum

How to plant Tricolor Chrysanthemum seeds

Heavy flowering annuals produce loads of showy, daisy-like flowers which are long-lasting cut. The 2-3 ft. tall plants are remarkably easy to grow.

Sunset tricolor chrysanthemum seeds AN12100

SUNSET Tricolor Chrysan­themum Seeds

Rich shades of red, orange, and apricot.

150 seeds - $2.99

Rainbow Mix tricolor chrysanthemum seeds AN00167

RAINBOW MIX Tricolor Chrysan­themum Seeds

Produces showy single, daisy-like flowers in purple, orange, scarlet, rose, salmon, yellow and white shades.

⅛ Ounce - $2.49

Showy yellow and white flowers of Goldie Tricolor Chrysanthemum - Annual Flower Seeds AN12006

GOLDIETricolor Chrysan­themum Seeds

Brilliant, yellow and white flowers with or without a contrasting yellow ring.

100 seeds - $2.49

Bright Eye tricolor chrysanthemum seeds AN16777

BRIGHT EYETricolor Chrysan­themum Seeds

Strongly contrasting single white flowers with deep red and bright yellow rings.

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How to Plant and Grow Tricolor Chrysanthemum

Bee introduces how to plant

Plant Tricolor Chrysanthemums Seeds: Direct sow into prepared seed beds. an area with weeds cleared and top 1 in. 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 in. containers.

Grow 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.