The main difference between garden mums and florist mums is that garden mums are hardy and can survive frost and winter months, while florist mums are less hardy and only survive in warmer climates. This is because garde... More »

Some different types of garden mums are Class 4 decoratives, Class 3 regular incurves, Class 6 pompons and Class 8 anemones. Class 4 decoratives have short petals, with the top petals tightly curved inward to hide the ce... More »

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Because fig trees derive from the Mediterranean, those planted in cooler climates require frost protection during winter months, explains Gardening Know How. At the end of the growing season, prune weak and sick branches... More »

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Mums should ideally be planted from March through July to keep them from dying of frost over the winter. It is possible to plant them anytime from spring to fall, but the earlier they are in the ground the deeper their r... More »

The best time to plant raspberry canes is early spring or late winter for warmer climates. This is because they grow best in cooler weather, states The Old Farmer's Almanac. More »

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Bougainvilleas should be placed in large containers in the garden during summer and should be free of frost in winter, according to the Royal Horticultural Society. They grow best in a bright, sunny area, but they need p... More »

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Some different types of garden mums are Class 4 decoratives, Class 3 regular incurves, Class 6 pompons and Class 8 anemones. Class 4 decoratives have short petals, with the top petals tightly curved inward to hide the ce... More »

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