From Our Gardens: Old-fashioned mums vs. garden mums

October 16, 2016 - garden totes

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The Sheffield Pink is dramatically opposite than a garden mums that swamp garden centers and box stores any fall.



Posted: Sunday, Oct 16, 2016 12:00 am

From Our Gardens: Old-fashioned mums vs. garden mums

By Amy Dixon Special to News Record

greensboro.com

Two years ago, we purchased a Hillside Sheffield Pink audacious chrysanthemum during a tumble plant sale hosted by a Forsyth County Extension Master Gardeners.

Brought home in a quart-sized container, this tough long-lived has naturalized into a area only off my front stoop, and it has never unsuccessful to freshness prolifically any October. Its blooms offer as an annual sign that a gardener should always find out a long-lived value in what they plant for anniversary color.

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