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Janet  2Janet 2 Posts: 114
Today i bought a reduced to clear indoor chrysanthemum. If it lives to tell the tale will i be able to put it in the garden once the weather improves?


  • ButtercupdaysButtercupdays Posts: 4,496

    Yes, for the summer. It may grow a bit taller as some are treated with dwarfing hormones, I believe. You will need to bring it inside again before the first frost and keep it somewhere cool, like a cold porch or greenhouse.It should die back but then regrow next year, and if you feed it and are lucky it may flower again. This is all theoretical, as mine always seem to succumb to some kind of fungal wilt!

  • Janet  2Janet 2 Posts: 114
    Many thanks,it's sitting on the kitchen windowsill at the moment. Not going anywhere until it perks up a bit image
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