Murrells Inlet, So
|Interested in putting out mums for color but isn't it still too warm (90's) for them? I want to put them in my gardens after I use them for color in pots.
|Answer from NGA
September 12, 2010
|Chrysanthemums will grow and flower in the heat of summer but they much prefer cooler temperatures. However, you can plant mums whenever they are available in the garden centers in your region. You can enjoy them in containers and then plant them out in the garden in the winter or early spring. Enjoy!
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