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Passion For Plantation

200pcs Multi Color Chrysanthemum Seeds

200pcs Multi Color Chrysanthemum Seeds

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Chrysanthemum Flower Symbolism

Chrysanthemums are one of the most popular flowers in the world, and they have a rich and varied symbolism across different cultures and traditions. 

Chrysanthemums symbolize longevity, joy, optimism, fidelity, and friendship. They are also associated with the sun, as their name derives from the Greek words for "gold" and "flower". Chrysanthemums bloom in late autumn, when most other flowers have withered, and they are often seen as a sign of resilience and endurance.

Chrysanthemum Flower Season

Chrysanthemums usually start blooming in late summer and continue until the first frost. They can be planted in the spring or fall, but they need time to establish their roots before the winter.

Germination Instructions

  1. Germination Medium: Prepare a seed-starting mix consisting of equal parts sterile potting soil and perlite or vermiculite. Fill small pots or seed trays with this mixture.
  2. Sowing: Sprinkle the Chrysanthemum seeds evenly over the surface of the seed-starting mix. Press them gently into the soil but avoid burying them too deep, as they require light to germinate.
  3. Moisture and Warmth: Mist the soil surface with water to ensure it is evenly moist. Cover the pots or trays with a clear plastic lid or plastic wrap to create a greenhouse-like environment. Place them in a warm location with temperatures around 70-75°F (21-24°C).

  4. Germination: Chrysanthemum seeds usually germinate within one to two weeks. During this time, maintain a consistent moisture level in the soil by misting it when necessary.

  5. Transplanting: Once the seedlings have developed a few sets of true leaves and are large enough to handle, carefully transplant them into individual pots filled with well-draining potting soil.

  6. Growth and Care: Place the Chrysanthemum seedlings in a location with bright, indirect sunlight. Water them when the top inch of soil feels dry. As the plants grow, pinch back the tips to encourage bushier growth and more flower buds. Provide support, such as stakes or trellises, for taller varieties.

Chrysanthemums thrive in cool temperatures and appreciate well-draining soil. They can be planted outdoors in the garden once the danger of frost has passed or grown indoors as potted plants. Regular fertilization during the growing season will help promote healthy growth and abundant blooms.

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