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chrysanthemum

Discussion in 'Identification Area' started by thriftybri, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. thriftybri

    thriftybri Gardener

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    right I have had this plant from about 1978 ish I got it off a growerr when I worked on the steelworks its a yellow pom chrysanth grows to about 2 ft high, tried contacting woolmans other year but got no reply I take cuttings every year that's how I have had it that long ,not seen it anywhere else can any body give me a ID, please flowers are about one inch diameter
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      No idea, but it is a lovely flower. I have never grown crysanthemum myself
       
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      • Gail_68

        Gail_68 Beauty blooms in the garden as well as the heart.

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        @thriftybri Definitely a chrysanthemum :blue thumb: this one I do know @ARMANDII :heehee:

        My uncle used to grow the large ones when he was a live both in the front and back garden and he used to sell the heads in bunch's for such as graves etc

        As the flower head used to open up he used to bag the heads with brown paper bags, so the flowers developed clean and large...nice colour :love30:
         
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        I'm sayin' nutin' about nutin', Gail:whistle::heehee:
         
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        • Gail_68

          Gail_68 Beauty blooms in the garden as well as the heart.

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          @ARMANDII I'm right on this one [​IMG]...I only ask for ID's on my own plants because I throw tags away :heehee:
           
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            [​IMG]
            :heehee:
             
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            • Gail_68

              Gail_68 Beauty blooms in the garden as well as the heart.

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              @ARMANDII There's no call for that [​IMG]
               
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              plant pots at dawn or gail in this case:lunapic 130165696578242 5:
               
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