New Chrysanthemum Flower Trend: Grow These Easy-to-Love Flowers

Are chrysanthemums the new dahlias? Some people say they don’t like chrysanthemums or think they’re difficult to grow! But hardy chrysanthemums are wonderfully long-lasting, colourful flowers, both in the garden and in the vase. Dan Cooper of Dan Cooper Garden sorts out the chrysanthemum-growing myths from the truth. Find out which ones are easy to grow and how to grow them to provide brilliant late season colour in your garden.
Dan Cooper Garden:
00:00 Welcome
00:18 The difference between florists’ chrysanthemums and hardy chrysanthemums
00:50 Dan Cooper Garden online gardening advice and store:
01:05 How to group pots in a ‘border’ + pot growing tips
01:40 How to start growing chrysanthemums
03:10 When to plant chrysanthemums outside
03:40 How to ‘pinch out’ hardy chrysanthemums
04:55 How to plant hardy chrysanthemums
05:39 How to stake or support hardy chrysanthemums
08:10 Do you need to deadhead chrysanthemums?
08:40 How to look after hardy chrysanthemums in winter
10:29 Do chrysanthemums grow in pots?
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