Abundant Chrysanthemums Collection

This Abundant Chrysanthemum Collection will give you a huge bountiful harvest later in the year. Just as most things go over, these come into flower and look marvellous. More
10 rooted cuttings 190123-10 £14.50 Delivery early April
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5 rooted cuttings 190123-5 £8.50 Delivery early April
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This Abundant Chrysanthemum Collection will give you a huge bountiful harvest later in the year. Just as most things go over, these come into flower and look marvellous. Grow the first 3 inside, the last 3 in the garden or inside.

The collection includes:

Our chrysanthemums:

  • come with full planting instructions, great for beginners
  • are sent out as rooted cuttings (approx height 6cm), which get to flowering size in one season
  • just pot on your chrysanthemums and plant out as soon as the frosts are over in your area
  • all chrysanthemums make wonderful cut flowers

Genus Chrysanthemum
Type Tender Perennial
Border Position Back
Soil Type Fertile
Scent Unscented
Site Full Sun, Shelter
Moisture Well-drained
Height 80-150cm (32-59in)
Spacing 30cm (12in)
Care Tips After planting, water generously for 1-2 weeks so the plants get well established. Grow the garden ones in a sheltered spot, or lift them in October to replace your tomatoes in the greenhouse. Indoor varieties can be grown in the garden in 2 litre pots, sunk in the ground and lifted to bring into the greenhouse, conservatory or sunny porch when the weather gets cold, to replace tomatoes.
Flowering September - December
Vase Life They will look good for up to 3 weeks.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
  • Sow Under Cover/Plant Indoors
  • Direct Sow/Plant Outdoors
  • Flowers/Harvest
Advice & Videos
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Delivery

Plant Delivery - When in stock, please allow up to 4 working days for despatch.

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Wow!

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Reviewed 18th November 2016 by Dominique Coiffait

Surprisingly these were my favourite purchase of last year ... from 6cm cuttings to taller than me in one season. I thought perhaps chrysanthemums were a little unfashionable, but they were a joy to grow and so many flowers and in contempoary colours...and still picking in mid November! On top of this they last four or more weeks in the vase. Great investment.

A TRULY ABUNDANT COLLECTION

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Reviewed 23rd October 2015 by KAREN MAHON

I bought this collection together with the the Jewel Collection which I have just reviewed. What more can I add; they are fabulous! Strong rooted cuttings which were easy to grow on; large heads and great vase life. Thank you!

Abundant Chrysanthemums Collection

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Reviewed 7th July 2015 by Nicholas Darby

Lovely well rooted cuttings growing on strongly. Looking forward to the flowers!