Good for adding late-season interest to the border. Good for adding late-season interest to the border. The Chrysanthemum has it's origins in China and is... An old, reliable variety. Loved by bees. One of the Korean Chrysanthemums. Lovely creamy golden-yellow quilled double flowers in October and November. September to November. It makes a welcome late summer and autumn show in borders and beds,... Apricot shades infuse the breathtaking spoon shaped petals of Mum Starlet. This may be the 1905 introduction of the species collected in Korea by EH Wilson which was used...Click here for full details... An old variety which is now very rare and classified as ‘Threatened in cultivation’ by Plant Heritage. Forms an upright, tidy mound. Masses of small double peach flowers shading to apricot in centres and flushed carmine at the edges. Masses of pink pom poms on strong stems in autumn. Masses of sprays of pink flowers in September, October and November. document.write(getCartItem(1)); Fortunately there are now extra garden mums… Bred by Amos Perry in 1942. Colors: 5. Stunning large double ruby red flowers from late summer into autumn. We are reliably informed that the name 'Mei-Kyo' means Glory of Kyoto. A really lovely, bushy Chrysanthemum which doesn't require staking. Examples include Chiffon, Valour and Ruby Mound. Flowers from early September to late November. Ideal for late season colour in the border. Requests now being taken for our Spring 2021 catalogue, due out in January. If we have sold out of the variety you are looking for, we will have more in the spring, so just enter your email address in the box provided on the relevant plant page and you will receive an automatic notification when they are available again. From Germany. Elspeth is believed to have been bred at Capel Manor and known to have been grown since at least 1911. Good for cutting...Click here for full details... Now listed as endangered by the Hardy Plant Society and is on their Conservation Scheme Plant list. A lemon eye completes the flower. Double yellow flowers with a darker, almost orange centre. Loved by bees. Our call centre capacity is currently reduced to ensure staff safety. We feel it is well worth preserving as it is a lovely variety. Chrysanthemum flowers are the second most popular flowers in the world, next to rose. Calls cost the same as calling 01 and 02 numbers and count towards inclusive allowances on landlines and on mobiles. Height and spread: 70cm x 60cm Happy holidays from all of us at Gardening Know How. Pompom – Of all the different types of mums, pompom mums are among the smallest, and the cutest. Most flower from September well into November and can add large splashes of colour at a time when most of the border can be looking very tired. // --> Quill – Quill mums display long, straight, tube-shaped petals. In colder climates, though, chrysanthemums haven’t shown themselves to… To simplify the process for home gardeners, plants are often divided into eight distinct chrysanthemum plant types. Loved by bees. In Manitoba, at the Morden Research Station, dozens of varieties of hardy chrysanthemums (33 in total) were created in the 1960s and 70s by a team of ornamental plant breeders. with a yellow eye when fully open. It makes a welcome late summer and autumn show in borders and beds. Pale pink buds open to white pom-poms which age pale pink. // -->, Online Catalogue |  Hardy Garden 'Korean' Varieties, Growing Instructions for the American Beauty Series, Growing Instructions for Fantasy Varieties, An explanation of heights and stopping dates, Chrysanthemums Direct,Holmes Chapel Road,Over Peover,Knutsford,Cheshire.WA16 9RA. Hopefully, it’ll help make your holiday season as special as possible. © 2020 Woolmans, Company Registration No. There are 40 wild species and thousands of varieties of chrysanthemums. items Value:  Elspeth is believed to have been bred at Capel Manor and known to have been grown since at least 1911. It flowers earlier than most Chrysanthemums but then continues with masses of double orange pom-poms right through to the end of November. It seems to start flowering in November and has reputedly still been flowering at...Click here for full details... An autumn gem. We haven't lost an established Chrysanthemum due to cold in the past 6 years at least. } September to November. Loved by bees. An autumn gem. WA16 9RA, Items:  Makes a good ground cover as it spreads in a well behaved way by sending out...Click here for full details... A very occasional email newsletter giving updates on the nursery, interesting plant information and special offers. It makes a welcome late summer and autumn...Click here for full details... An unusual Chrysanthemum in that it only grows 7" (15cm) high. document.write(FormatPrices(0)); Examples include Amber Morning, Daisy and Tenderness. Although widely known as 'Korean' or 'Rubellum' Chrysanthemums these names are, strictly speaking, trade names of specific crosses with wild species. Good for cutting. Loved by bees. Please accept our apologies in advance should this result in your having to wait longer than normal in a call queue. It makes a welcome late summer and autumn show in borders and beds, with the added benefit...Click here for full details... Rusty-red, double flowers tinged with gold from September until late autumn. Cushion – Chrysanthemum varieties include hardy cushion mums, which are bushy, low-growing plants that produce masses of mid-sized blooms. Sorry but we do not accept American Express. All card payments are handled securely by Sellerdeck Payments, which is powered by Creditcall. All our Chrysanthemums are hardy in all but exceptionally harsh winters. They are also an invaluable late season source of nectar and act as a magnet for Butterflies and Bees. Loved by bees. Anemone – Anemone mums display a raised center surrounded by shorter, darker petals that contrast with the radiating daisy-like petals. Vigorous, fully hardy and good on clay soils. By: Mary H. Dyer, Credentialed Garden Writer. An old cultivar that has stood the test of time and is still popular today. Hardy garden chrysanthemums have been grown in UK gardens in one form or another for well over 100 years. Ideal as cut flowers. The tiniest pompom mums are called button mums. A lemon eye completes the flower. Chrysanthemums - All A-Z With over 150 cultivars to choose from, you'll find all of our individual chrysanthemum varieties listed here alphabetically. Classy, single cream flowers with lemon centres and greenery yellow eye. Examples include Anastasia and Cremon. An old and rarely offered variety with white single flowers and a glorious scent. This lovely Chrysanthemum was selected by the late great Christopher Lloyd of Great Dixter. It makes a welcome late... A lovely soft pink-carmine, single flower, the flowers open darker and age softer giving a patchwork of colour from September to November. Order : Asterales. It makes a welcome late...Click here for full details... A stunning, strongly growing Chrysanthemum with double bronze flowers with a lovely gold reverse. 6 layers of petals. Flowers early for a Chrysanthemum, starting in early September and continuing until late November. All our Chrysanthemums are hardy in all but exceptionally harsh winters.