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Perennial Mums

Now Announcing:
Five Fabulous Colors

My Favorite Perennial Mums!

Available Starting Spring 2002 But difficult to find before Spring 2004
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Characteristis shared by My Favorite Mum Yellow

all My Favorite
Perennial Mums

easy to grow

No pinching, ever!

Mature bush size unparalleled in the mum world   

True perennial performance  and durability

Perform well in hot and cold climates     

Hardy in USDA Zones 9-3  Canadian equivalents

Attract beautiful butterflies including Monarchs! 

Non-stop fall bloom season,

Resents dividing and transplanting,

Rich colours that complement fall  landscape and garden colour schemes

In the north, cut off dead stems and foliage in winter or early spring

in the south, cut foliage back  in 1/3 in late winter to encourage spring bloom.

My Favorite Mum Red

Characteristics of My Favorite Perennial Mums by Variety  

My Favorite Perennial Mum ‘Autumn Red’
My Favorite Mum Autumn Red
Deep red daisy-type flowers that mature to an antique rose colour.  The petal colour is accented by a brilliant yellow centre.  

My Favorite Perennial Mum ‘Yellow Quill’  
Flowers with a single
My Favorite Mum Yellow Quill row of yellow tube-like petals around a yellow centre essentially a daisy-type mum but with tubilar shaped ‘quill’ petals that open out to a small spoon shape at the outer end.

My Favorite Perennial Mum ‘Twilight Pink My Favorite Mum Twilight Pink
Daisy-type 
flowers in a unique
blend of the soft pink-purple-golden colours just like a sky, at sunset. the flower has a distinct dark red dot in its centre that turns yellow as the flower matures.

My Favorite Perennial Mum ‘White’ My Favorite Mum White 
A
semi-double flower with four to five rows of petals and a yellow centre.

My Favorite Perennial Mum ‘Coral’  
My Favorite Mum CoralDaisy-type flowers in a pastel coral with a hint of peach that matures to a lighter shade of coral.

Black-Eyed Stella (1994) 100-297 Bloom DaysDaylily Blackeye Stella
Superior Across 8 Zones
Blooms Early at 12-22 inches Tall

The hallmark of this ‘Landscape’ winner is its near continuous blooming.  It has been rated excellent for growth in eight zones across the US and Canada.  With improved heat tolerance over Stella de Oro, Black-Eyed Stella is good news to Southern gardeners.

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