Chrysanthemum Species Mixed is a genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae. "Chrysanthemum species mixed" refers to a mixture of various species and cultivars of chrysanthemum that are grown together to create a colorful and diverse display.
The plants in the mixture can vary in height, foliage, and flower color and shape. Chrysanthemum flowers can range in color from white, yellow, pink, and red to orange, purple, and bronze. The flowers can be single or double, daisy-like or pom-pom shaped, and can range in size from less than an inch to several inches in diameter.
Chrysanthemum species mixed is typically grown as an annual or perennial plant, depending on the specific cultivars included in the mixture. They prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. They are relatively low maintenance and can be used in a variety of garden settings, including borders, rock gardens, and containers.
Chrysanthemums are widely used in floral arrangements and are popular as cut flowers due to their long vase life. They are also used in traditional medicine for their anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. In some cultures, chrysanthemums are also used as a symbol of happiness and longevity.
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Scientific Name : Chrysanthemum
Common Name : Chrysanthemum Species Mixed
Height : Varies
Spread : Varies
Germination Info : Sow seeds in soil bed and lightly press down into soil, keep soil evenly moist. Lightly cover with soil.
Hardiness zone : 1-10
Other info : The blooms also vary in colors of yellow, orange, red, purple and pink shades. Very easy to grow from seed
Average seed per oz: 11,000