Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers – Wernes
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers
Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers

Hybrid Rainbow Chrysanthemum Flowers

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Rainbow Chrysanthemum is a genetically modified flower to acquire this incredible appearance, that presents rainbow colors pigmentation instead of the more common red, white, or yellow. Created from Chrysanthemum, Bellis perennis and Roses. However, because of genetic limitations, they do not exist in nature. In 2004, researchers used genetic modification to create the famous plant ''Rainbow Chrysanthemum'' So-called "Rainbow Chrysanthemum" have been bred by conventional hybridization methods. 
  • How To Grow The Seeds?
    Firstly, loose the soil and then put your seeds in the soil in 0.3-0.5cm of soil, note that do not put them so deep and close in the soil. Secondly, check whether the temperature is fit for sowing these seeds in order to make sure they will grow. Thirdly, water these seeds, but not too often, once or twice a day. Finally, keep the soil moist and make them under the sun. They usually need 15 to 25 days to grow, so please wait patiently!
  • Tips : Soaked in warm water for 8 hours before planting will be better if the seeds is over 0.5mm. Because the seeds are in dormant state and need to absorb enough water to germination.
  • When to Plant Chrysanthemums?
    Planting chrysanthemum in the spring gives the perennial plant time to establish and adapt to its new home. The root system becomes stronger throughout the summer and fall, which increases a plant’s ability to survive the winter. Planting in the spring will also result in a bigger bloom the following season. Although some fall mums can survive winter if planted immediately, the odds are much better with spring-planted mums.
  • How Hardy Are Chrysanthemums?
    They are hardy in Zones 3 through 9. The temperature range is -25°F to 65°F approximately. They can also grow at more or less temperature, the temperature does not have to be exact for them to start growing.
  • What is the Best Soil for Mums?
    Chrysanthemums can survive in most soils, but they thrive in well-draining soil with consistent moisture. Growing mums in hard, dry soil prevents the roots from becoming well established, while wet, boggy soil drowns the roots. Finding the middle ground is key.If you’ve planted other perennials, then you already know how to plant chrysanthemum. To create a best soil for your mums, work your soil to a depth of 8 to 12 inches. Mix in 2 to 4 inches of organic material, such as compost or peat moss. The perfect soil texture can be tested by taking a handful and squeezing. When you open your hand, the soil shouldn’t clump or quickly fall apart. It should simply crumble.
  • How Much Sunlight Do Mums Require?
    Chrysanthemums are sun-loving plants. Although they technically require only 6 hours of sunlight each day, the more light they receive, the better their growth, bloom and hardiness. Slight shade in hot, summer afternoons is appropriate in warmer gardening zones to prevent scorching. Mums bloom due to their photoperiodic nature. When the plant senses a change in the length of darkness in late summer, it begins to set buds. Planting near artificial lights, such as security lights or porch lights, can alter the bloom time of your mums.
  • Does Spacing Really Matter?
    It can be tempting to plant mums closely together. However, keep in mind that by fall, most properly planted mums will reach up to 3 feet in height and width. Like many perennials, mums will often become larger each year. Even if your flower bed looks a bit bare when you first plant your mums, in time it will fill in.Spacing mums properly is essential for plant health. Plants that are too crowded compete for nutrients, have root system issues, attract pests and suffer from disease. Following the plant spacing directions for your chrysanthemum increases the health of your flowers and protects your investment of time and money.
  • Specifications: 
    Material: Seed Flower
    Color: As the Pictures Shown
    Quantity: 200/400 seeds
    Germination Rate: 95 (%)
    Growth Rate: Fast
    Style : Perennial
    Period : All year
    Cultivating Difficulty Degree: Very Easy
    Soil Type: Most
    Climate: Temperate
    Variety: Garden Ornaments
    Applications : Balcony, garden, living room, study, windows, office, etc. You can grow it inside or outside the home.
  • Features: Decorate your home and garden. Easy to sow and grow. Cool appearance.

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Hi Mary :) Yes you can grow it in Mesa, Arizona
Yes! They are perennial :)