Chrysanthemum 'Jasoda Yellow' (PBR)

19cm pot £12.99
available to order from summer
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Buy Chrysanthemum 'Jasoda Yellow' (PBR) pot mum: Bright and bold displays of dazzling colour

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: well-drained
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: August to the first frosts
  • Current height: approximately 40cm (including pot)
  • Hardiness: tender perennial, but usually treated as an annual

    This new chrysanthemum has a compact habit, and forms a natural dome shaped bush of foliage, that is practically smothered with yellow flowers from late summer to the first frosts. Ideal for pots and borders, they will give you a bright splash of colour, long after many other plants are well past their best.

    These are large, garden ready plants already approx 40cm tall (including the pot), and they will be sent out with flowers already forming, so are perfect for creating instant impact.

  • Garden care: Water freely in dry conditions and apply a balanced liquid fertiliser at regular intervals (following the manufacturers instructions). Dead-head regularly to keep the flowers coming and move potted plants to a sheltered spot when the temperatures drop. In areas that only get light frosts, plants may survive if they are protected with a generous layer of dry mulch.

  • May cause skin allergy
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Eventual height & spread

What do you do with these when they have died down in winter? Do you cut them down to the ground or just cut off the dead flower heads?

Pansy

Hello, These are annual plants, so sadly they only last one year and then should be replaced.

Helen

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