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Monday, November 13, 2023


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Wow, I usually don't think much of mums - but those are beautiful!

danger garden

Good find, and put to nice use with your arrangements.


Love the mums, but the squash! Perfect form and the tendrils as well... love it!

Old Lady Gardener

Beautiful! Sheffield is such a delicious color, isn't it? I, too, find these late fall mums have great vase life and, by far, prefer them to "roundie-moundies". I like your last photo best!
Being the only thing left with any significant bloom, mine are just covered with all sorts of pollinators. Do you have a problem with them flopping? I give them the Chelsea Chop around 4th of July, but by late October they still refuse to remain upright. How do you handle this characteristic?

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