New Orleans, Lo
|why don`t you have any information on these two plants? I have them in my garden,but might kill them by putting it together with the wrong plants.tags on info to grow please help .
|Answer from NGA
September 30, 2009
|Chrysanthemums are considered cool season (fall) perennials. They grow best in full sunshine, in well draining soils. They make great flowerbed companions to most other sun-loving plants so don't worry about planting them with other things in your garden. Pepper plants are warm season (summer) plants and will also grow best in full sun, in well draining soils. Not much is needed in the way of care for these plants. Water regularly, remove spent flowers on the mums (but not on the peppers!) and enjoy your garden!
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