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Chrysanthemum Fred Stone

Mum, Large Flowered Garden Style Chrysanthemum
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Large Flowered Garden Mums Can't Be Missed
Deep claret red blooms of Mum Fred Stone will drink in the sun's fading rays. Superb flowers. Provides a display for six to eight weeks in the fall. Chrysanthemums are a must-have for the late summer/fall garden. They reliably deliver a burst of color in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. See all our Mums for additional colors and selections.

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Code MFRST
Patent
Plant Type Perennials, Mums
Species
Height Medium/Tall 24-36"
Spacing Plant 16" apart
Bloom Time Early Fall to Late Fall
Sun / Shade Full Sun
Zones
5-9
Soil Type Normal
Water Needs Medium
Sold In Plantable Pots

Special Features

  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Good for Cut Flowers
  • Deer Resistant
  • Long-Blooming

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Chrysanthemum General Information

Chrysanthemum are Queen of the Fall Flowers. Few plants can rival mums for beautiful fall color. They begin their show in early autumn and are handsome until a killing frost. Allow plenty of room, these plants will reach full size and flower prodigiously their first year. Chrysanthemums are shipped during our spring shipping season only. Idaho has restricted all potted plant material from being shipped into Idaho at this time.

Chrysanthemum Plant Care

Mums are easy to grow. Likes a well-drained soil. Good drainage is especially important for successful overwintering. We trim the plants back before shipping to promote bushiness, but any ambitious shoot which is getting ahead of the plant should be tipped back. All growing tips should be pinched back until the 4th of July. Do not pinch after 4th of July. Can be divided in spring if needed or if center of clump is not producing new growth. Mulch for winter protection only in very cold areas and be sure to remove the mulch before the spring thaw. Soggy winter wet is very detrimental to Mums. Remove old foliage in spring or late fall. New growth comes from the roots.