Always popular, grow your own outdoor spray chrysanthemums to provide your outdoor space with plenty of long-lasting flowers, big on colour and good for bringing in important pollinators which fertilise the flowers of strawberries and tomatoes to turn them into delicious fruit.
Growing your own spray chrysanthemums is so simple – they do not need stopping at every stem but will benefit from being 'stopped' once at the central growing tip. This produces many more flowering stems for more flowers.
Collection consists of five plants, one each of the following:
- Payton Blaze Red
- Pennine Ski White
- Payton Lady Purple
- Gompie Pink
- Bruno Bronze
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