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Chrysanthemum Chelsey 'Yellow'

Photo courtesy of Syngenta Flowers.

Mum

Chelsey Yellow is a decorative garden mum with beautiful yellow flowers. This mum will be loaded with blooms mid season.

Height

18-24 in

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Spread

18-24 in

Homeowner Growing
& Maintenance Tips

Chelsey Yellow is an easy to grow perennial that prefers to be planted in an area that receives full sun, but can get by with a half day of direct sunshine. For best growth, plant your fall mums in fertile well drained soil. Plant at least 6 weeks before a heavy frost to establish, therefore increasing chances of returning the next year! These yellow beauties will grow 18-24” tall, full and bushy, so they should be planted 18-24” apart. Color from late Summer through the Fall.  Having good circulation between the plants will help reduce the chance of powdery mildew on your plants. Mulch in the winter will help protect and promote their return next year!

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Interesting Notes


  • Chrysanthemum is from the Greek words, chrysos (gold) and anthoas (flower)  

  • The most popular flower form is the “decorative,” which is so packed with long, broad petals that you can hardly see its center. 

  • Perfect for Fall landscape

  • Intense blooms to embellish borders

  • Mulch plant in the winter for extra protection

  • Color through late Summer and Fall

USDA Hardiness Zone 4-8

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Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes
Mass Planting
Container
Edging
Focal Point
Great Foliage
Border or Bed
Purchase Size(s):
8"
6"
10" Patio Pot
Exposure
Sun
Partial Shade
Foliage Color
Green
Season of Interest (Flowering)
Fall
Soil Moisture Preference
Average
Moist
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