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Chrysanthemums are blooming plants of the genus Chrysanthemum in the family Asteraceae, also known as mums or chrysanths. Northeastern Europe and East Asia are their original continents. The majority of species come from East Asia, and China is the country with the highest variety. There are countless horticultural cultivars and variations. One of the most recognisable flowers in the fall is the chrysanthemum. They can be raised indoors, outdoors, on balconies, terraces, and in gardens.

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Chrysanthemums are blooming plants of the genus Chrysanthemum in the family Asteraceae, also known as mums or chrysanths. Northeastern Europe and East Asia are their original continents. The majority of species come from East Asia, and China is the country with the highest variety. There are countless horticultural cultivars and variations.

Care Of Guldwari

Lighting Needs

Plants that love the light are chrysanthemums.

Planting close to artificial lights, such as veranda or security lights, can change

Chrysanthemums can live in most soil types, but they do best in moist, well-draining soil.


Mums cannot develop strong roots in hard, dry soil, and they drown in damp, boggy soil when grown in these conditions.

The key is to find a middle position.

If you've previously planted perennials, you are already familiar with how to grow chrysanthemums.

Work your soil to a depth of 8 to 12 inches to make a suitable soil for your mums.

Add 2 to 4 inches of compost or peat moss or other organic substance.

Squeezing a handful of dirt can be used to determine the ideal texture.

Plants that love the light are chrysanthemums. Even though they only need six hours of sunlight each day in theory, plants develop, bloom, and are more resilient the more light they receive. In warmer gardening zones, a little shade is appropriate in the sweltering summer afternoons to avoid scorching.

Add 2 to 4 inches of compost or peat moss or other organic substance.

Squeezing a handful of dirt can be used to determine the ideal texture.

Plants that love the light are chrysanthemums.

Even though they only need six hours of sunlight each day in theory, plants develop, bloom, and are more resilient the more light they receive.

In warmer gardening zones, a little shade is appropriate in the sweltering summer afternoons to avoid scorching.

Due to their photoperiodic structure, mums bloom.

In the late summer, the plant starts to set buds when it notices a shift in the amount of darkness.

Planting close to artificial lights, such as veranda or security lights, can change

Lighting Needs

Plants that love the light are chrysanthemums.

Planting close to artificial lights, such as veranda or security lights, can change

Chrysanthemums can live in most soil types, but they do best in moist, well-draining soil.

Mums cannot develop strong roots in hard, dry soil, and they drown in damp, boggy soil when grown in these conditions.

The key is to find a middle position.

If you've previously planted perennials, you are already familiar with how to grow chrysanthemums.

Work your soil to a depth of 8 to 12 inches to make a suitable soil for your mums.

Add 2 to 4 inches of compost or peat moss or other organic substance.

Squeezing a handful of dirt can be used to determine the ideal texture.

The soil shouldn't clump together or disintegrate rapidly when you open your hand. It should just fall apart.

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