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Chrysanthemum Dazzling Stacy Orange
Chrysanthemum 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' - $12.99
Chrysanthemum Dazzling Stacy Orange
Chrysanthemum 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' - $22.99
Chrysanthemum Dazzling Stacy Orange
Chrysanthemum 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' - $9.99
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Chrysanthemum 'Dazzling Stacy Orange'

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HARDY MUM

Hardy Mum Chrysanthemum

'Dazzling Stacy Orange' is our best selling garden mum. This garden mum glows with it light yellow center halo and fiery orange-red petal tips on every daisy flower. 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' is compact and has stong stems without the brittleness found in many other garden mums. Blooms late September in the Midwest and Eastern United States. Garden mums add color in the fall when few other plants are in peak bloom. Great planted in the perennial garden and in containers on the front porch. 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' is part of Syngenta Flowers Silver Mums™.This series exibits:

Outstanding keeping quality and growth habits
Loaded with flowers
Uniform flowering
Wide selection of colors and flower forms
10 Inch Pot $12.99 Ea.
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6 Inch Pot (1.41 qt - 1.33 L) $9.99 Ea.
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12 Inch Pot $22.99 Ea.
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PLANT TYPE


EXPOSURE

HARDINESS ZONE
BLOOM COLOR
HEIGHT
SPREAD
Perennials
Seasonal
Hardy Mums (Chrysanthemum)
Partial Sun
Sun

5-9

Yellow Orange
18-24 Inches
18-24 Inches
WHAT'S MY HARDINESS ZONE?

Chrysanthemum 'Dazzling Stacy Orange' Characteristics & Attributes

SOIL MOISTURE NEEDS
Average
Well Drained
NOTABLE FEATURES
Cut Flower
BLOOM TIME
Fall
USES
Specimen
Containers
Borders
Landscapes
Beds
Combination Containers
Mass Planting
BLOOM COLOR
Orange
FOLIAGE COLOR
Green
GROWTH HABIT
Mounding
Bugleweed
Ajuga x tenorii 'Chocolate Chip'
Snakeroot
Eupatorium rugosum 'Chocolate'
HOMEOWNER GROWING AND MAINTENANCE TIPS

To encourage compact bushy plants, it is very important to pinch back your garden mums in the spring as soon as the new growth is 4-6 inches tall. Use your thumbnail and index finger to remove or "pinch" about 1/2 of the new growth at the top of each and every shoot. Do this until the 10th of July.
Cut back your mums in the spring before new growth appears.