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Hardy mums not only bring terrific color to the fall garden, but they also have a virtually pest-free personality. Few pests bother hardy mums as they strut their stuff in fall—or during the rest of the growing season, for that matter. Despite the name hardy mums, these plants are frequently killed during winter, leaving gardeners puzzled.


Mum Plants. Grow hardy fall mum plants that add a unique color to the second season flower garden. These plants are very easy to care for, never needing to prune, pinch or deadhead and ship at proper planting time for your zone.


Cut-flower chrysanthemums, like spider mums or football mums, are perennials in Zones 5 to 9, and these types are becoming easier to find for sale online. And then there are the annual mums, yellow daisy (Chrysanthemum multicaule) and painted daisy (which has two botanical names: Chrysanthemum carinatum or Chrysanthemum tricolor).


Sale ; Mums. Mum Plants, Mum Flowers, Chrysanthemums ... Choose red mum flowers or group red mums with yellow and white mums for multicolored outdoor displays. Hardy chrysanthemums thrive in many climates, and these perennial flowers have developed a remarkable resistance to most pests and diseases.


Chrysanthemum plants (hardy garden mums) for sale from Hallson Gardens: We ship Chrysanthemums (aka Dendranthema) in the spring from April to mid-May and again in the fall as availability permits, plus we sell them at the nursery. They are field grown plants and divisions shipped bare root.


For mums to be truly hardy, they need time to become established in the ground. Ideally, they are best planted in the spring and allowed to grow in place all season. Unfortunately, the mums for sale in garden centers in the fall have been coddled in nurseries and coaxed to set buds for September blooms.


This hardy collection, planted in zones 6–9, with enough time in the ground to establish their roots before fall frosts, will provide carefree beauty year after year! Chrysanthemum—The Age-Old Favourite! Maybe you remember mums from the corsages at homecoming, or you think of the baskets for sale in the local grocery store.


Few plants can rival mums for their beautiful fall color - they've truly earned their title of "Queen of the Fall Flowers." We are pleased to offer these fine groups of mums with stunning forms and intense color. Pair with Asters and other fall blooming perennials for a truly gorgeous harvest display.


These plants are usually considered herbaceous perennials.However, if you wish to grow chrysanthemum flowers in your area as perennials, select an appropriate cultivar (which, in cold climates, will mean one of the hardy mums).Your local county extension can offer advice in this matter.