Spring sources for mum plants include mail order catalogs, online mum specialty nurseries and large garden centers that cater to landscapers. Or, it may be that the flowers have matured, are browning and falling off. Late summer and early fall is the time to plant, divide, and transplant many different perennials, shrubs, and trees including spring flowering perennials. Favorite Answer. My mom also planted mums several years ago and they come back every year and bloom beautifully. Submitted by Peggy Ruble on September 14, 2013 - 7:47pm. Dig a planting hole for each potted mum that is the same depth as the pot and 1 1/2 times as wide. They bloom only once in the fall and later than my other mums(and,yes, I do have other mums that are years old) which bloom throughout the summer. Do I cut it down for winter and cover it? https://www.gardenguides.com/video_4952163_time-transplant-mums_.html If so, deadhead all flowers after they brown so that plants will bloom again in autumn. Mums grow slowly over the summer. Replace lost soil around remaining plant and water both well. I kept deadheading them every other day, watered them, and kept them in full sun. I have it on my deck now,,when should I put it in the garage for the winter? Do it as soon as you can. I live about 120 miles north of you, and I have not seen any green growth on my mums, which are planted outdoors. I want to keep these though. Submitted by Chelaine on November 19, 2020 - 12:59pm. Pick a spot with full sun and soil with good drainage. I live in the NC/VA area. Submitted by The Editors on May 27, 2016 - 12:06pm. I am in zone 5 - joliet, IL - I have brought the pots out for some of the milder days and bring them back into the garage at night - I must be an impatient gardener - but i am just too excited to see if they survived or not :) the stumps look really dry and brown - so just wondering should I plant them in the ground after frost risk is over in this brown dry state - or should there be some green by then? Submitted by Monika on December 1, 2017 - 5:30pm, Hello For example: www.hallsofheddon.co.uk/chrysanthemums  That's where I overwinter most of my potted plants. I'm hoping they will develop and open up into flowers. We thought since plants do so well in most offices that it would work for our mums. I left them, due to laziness and they've come back this yr with a vengeance,. Before freezing weather occurs, give the mums you hope to overwinter a high phosphorus fertilizer to stimulate root growth. Submitted by Julibob on October 21, 2013 - 7:45pm, Can you winter over other perennials in store bought pots? I love mums and have consistently lost them when planting in the fall. Thank you! A few years later when we moved to our little farm, the mums, now spread out into many plants, came with us, again to be planted on the south side of the house and other places in the yard. Custom programming and server maintenance by, https://mnhardy.umn.edu/varieties/flowers/chrysanthemums. If you live in a cold climate, it is best to leave the foliage on the plant, even after it has browned and died, to increase the plant's chance of surviving the winter. Doreen- I live in zone 6 at a 750 elevation in the Blue Ridge Mts of VA. The spring is the ideal time to transplant mums into the ground. They are already 6-7 inches tall, so I pinched them yesterday evening. Submitted by Kay B on August 9, 2015 - 8:22am. Just be patient and water the pots every two weeks to keep the roots hydrated. There are lots of opinions, based on experience, on overwintering because often something works once, but conditions—weather, plant environment, plant health, etc.—at another time or place may never exactly match the original. Submitted by Lindsay on May 12, 2015 - 4:04pm, I live in Northern Florida. Space the holes about 18 to 24 inches (45 to 50 cm) apart to make sure the flowers have room to grow without getting tangled up. Planting Location Either transplant now or wait till it they finish blooming. Would I take the mums out of their pots if stored in the shed? Submitted by Cait on July 31, 2014 - 5:27pm. After the bloom fades, cut the stems back into the fuller portion of the plant. Store them in a cold basement or cool dark closet. Submitted by Clara IT on October 9, 2013 - 8:06pm. I have them outside in their original plastic pots. When should I plant my bloomed mums? You must have JavaScript enabled to use this form. Is it too late to feed them now, will it do any good? I have planted them near end of October- fairly deep and I have left the potted plant out where it was placed and ignored it and planted in spring. Then, once the first hard frost hits, move your plants inside or into an unheated garage. Submitted by william b on October 9, 2014 - 10:22am, If I bought mums from the store in end of Sept and put them in the Some are now opening. There's still some dead growth from last year. Submitted by Sherree Austin on September 7, 2011 - 4:25pm. East or west exposure is the best. Make sure each division has an equal share of healthy roots and above-ground growth. I want to plant them but know it’s Whenever you see buds, pinch half of the new growth at the top of the shoot. Prepare a location with full sun and well-drained soil by digging in a 2-inch layer of compost to a depth of about a foot. Either transplant now or wait till it they finish blooming. If your spring is mild, and you plant the mums in early March, you may get a spring bloom. In the spring. Thanks, Submitted by Doreen G. Howard on November 20, 2013 - 4:06pm. Work a 3-inch-thick layer of rotted manure or other organic compost into the top 8 to 12 inches of soil to improve its moisture retention and texture. I would like to try to overwinter my hardy mums but would like your advice as to the best place. Submitted by komodo on May 21, 2015 - 1:59pm. Mums are ideal for containers because of their shallow root systems. Sometimes, to keep a mum plant longer, you may want to repot it. North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension warns that handling chrysanthemums can cause severe skin irritation, so wear gloves when working with them. It's about 2-1/2 ft tall, already and looks as though it's forming some buds. Usually, mums bloom in fall. 3 Answers. Not everybody has it as good as you do! Therefore, these plants sat out in the weather, uncovered, not planted all winter thus far! Could you pls help me to Save this plant. Transplant the chrysanthemums to a new, larger container once you bring them home. Oct 4, 2016 - How to Divide & Transplant Mums. Submitted by Gerri Johnston on October 2, 2013 - 11:58am. Divide perennials in the spring after the last hard frost and after you see new growth starting. How often do we water? Water chrysanthemums frequently, because they have a shallow root system that … In your area, it's best to wait until October or November to set Mums out in the garden so they last. Every few years, I need new mums to replace the old. There are lots and lots of tiny tiny flies that accumulate on the nearest window. Submitted by Shenie. I plant them in August which now I know I should plant them in May. Spring. Illinois Zone 5 I live in Southern Alabama, near Pensacola, Florida. Should I try and do what you suggest about keeping them in a dark closet and keep the roots damp till spring? Submitted by Doreen G. Howard on September 8, 2011 - 4:15pm. They will be in the garage over the winter. It prefers slightly acid soil (pH 6.5) but will adjust to most garden soil. I think it is too late to plant right? They have pleny of time to establish robust root systems during the summer. Submitted by Laurie Mullay on November 20, 2013 - 3:56pm, I live in sw Florida. I was going to cut them down to about 6 inches, put them on newspaper in my garage, and cover them with newspapers on top in a dark area while keeping them watered about once a week until I can plant them in the ground come spring. I have read that planting mums in the fall is not a wise thing to do. I think some of the advice was for Northern residents. If by chance you do not believe this to describe your plant, you could contact the folks at those pages—see “About”—and they may have more information. Are mums generally available at garden centers in the spring? This is a project in a small park around a flag for our church boy's Rangers Program. Can a Red Dragon Wing Begonia Be Propagated by Division? We put a layer of mulch down after planting. I live in Canada, Montreal. See our fungus gnats pest page to read more about dealing with them. If the soil, is dry, water it.. You can try overwintering the mums in pots indoors or in a cool garage. It would seem like you could plant them now. People start pointing at me and make avoid-the-crazy-woman sounds to their children and spouses. Do we cover them for a light frost? PLEASE HELP!! If the leaves are still green, it means that they are making food for the plant, which helps the plant to survive the winter.) The mum will grow and bloom for a long time if you just give it enough water and don't let the soil dry out. In the spring bring your pots back outside or plan them in the ground. Use those pots of blooming mums sold in the fall as annuals to replace summer annuals that are past their prime. I need help.It is October 21 here,so if I bring them home what do I do.I have a heated garage. By 12pm today, ALL the flowers look sad and are looking at the ground! IT IS OCT.4 WHEN CAN I PLANT THEM? Submitted by The Editors on August 15, 2016 - 1:24pm. I've divided them each spring for the past two years. Submitted by Debbie on May 26, 2016 - 12:10pm. After they open and the flowers fade near the end of the month, I leave them outside until the first big frost. Last yr I bought 20- 4" potted fall mums from our hardware store for $20 , the store wanted rid of them, and they were still quite pretty , yes I got carried away lol. Dig a hole twice the size of the existing root ball. My birthday is today and my grandson gave me a large ot of MUMS that are bloomed ihe did not know what they were how do i take cace of them i live in a apartment???? Can I prevent it? What do I need to do to make them become white again? Transplant any potted mums in spring after frost danger has passed or in fall six weeks before the first expected freeze. Place the plant in the hole and fill with garden soil and existing soil. winter is not that Cold here. In April, I bring them out into the sun and water. Pot them up in 4-6-inch pots filled with good potting soil. Is it the ph level in the soil? The early to mid-spring is the best time to plant mums. I think i will also cover them with a frost protection wrap as well. I have planted asters instead but do not find the same color choices available. So you have to protect them from cold but also avoid rotting the roots or crown by trapped excess moisture. Tuck the mums in beds, borders or planters to keep the color coming until frost. Submitted by The Editors on November 16, 2015 - 12:50pm. Here's an article on how to take chrysanthemum cuttings: www.sarahraven.com/articles/how_to_take_chrysanthemum_cuttings.htm The mums are outside in our front landscaping. Caring for Mums in the Winter Cut your mums back to the ground. Dividing and Transplanting Chrysanthemums. (Be sure to buy mums with lots of unopened buds so that they last longer into the fall season.). Thank you so much! Why do they sell them in the fall??? Add some compost and/or aged manure to the soil in the spring. Water and put the pot in a protected area (example: garage, cold frame). Submitted by Sheryl Bermundo on March 28, 2014 - 11:13pm. The buds may grow bigger and you'll have a nice display of blooms come fall. I noticed in the article you said the best temperature range is 32-50F. 4 Remove Flowers Before Planting When ready to plant, first, snip off the buds or flowers so the plant puts its energy into root production. You never know what surprises Mother Nature brinsg. Remaining in … In the early spring, you can plant the mums in the ground. Submitted by Phebelyn on November 16, 2015 - 11:14am. I guess the best thing to do now is heavily mulch these babies & Pray. Be aware, too, that if the plants are a cold variety, you may have the best luck overwintering the plants in the ground (with or without the pots). After the ground has frozen, spread 4 to 6 inches of mulch around the plant. Yes, I’m saying to cut off the blooms. Using a sharp, sterilized knife, cut out and discard any portion of the chrysanthemum plant that's dead; then cut the remainder of the plant into sections. When should I sow seeds indoors, when should I transplant into larger pots and put outside so they will be in full bloom from September through November? Maybe they should be named spring mums instead of fall mums--the name is deceiving! My heart aches now that I just planted 3 beautiful Mums. we typically have frost sometimes into may - so i still have some weeks to go. Submitted by Brenda Filippi on October 22, 2014 - 9:59am. If I plant mums now will they survive the winter? It had some good advice. Transplant chrysanthemum divisions quickly, so the roots don't have time to dry out. Don't wait too long to break up and transplant dahlias. Thanks for confirming that doubt. Transplant spring mums after frost danger has passed, and transplant fall mums at any time in late summer or fall, at least six weeks before the first expected frost. It should be well after the last frost. Why are they not available to be planted in the spring? Or better, maybe: Ask your neighbor if he’ll make you the same deal for plants after the last spring frost next year. Thank you for this article. Should I just throw them away or is there a chance I could still plant them in the Spring? Not allowed.) Water them through winter in my Submitted by Cait on August 6, 2014 - 1:05pm. So if the pot is six inches tall, plant your mums in a hole six inches deep. (Noted here, if you’re interested: https://mnhardy.umn.edu/varieties/flowers/chrysanthemums ). Submitted by Jimi on May 28, 2015 - 11:48am. DO NOT cut back the foliage. A hard frost? recently some flowers started dying and I'm scared I'll lose it. What are these and how can I get rid of them? They are great planted in your beds or in pots. Every 2 to 4 weeks, pinch again. Check your mums once a month or so to see if it's getting dried out and water if so. Should new growth have shown up by now? Should I cut them back again or wait and see what happens. I planned my mums in the ground right after fall. Cut off the dead stems and leaves when you see the first green shoots in spring. Want to read more about mums? If not, not a big loss. Thanks. So plant now! Transplant any potted mums in spring after frost danger has passed or in fall six weeks before the first expected freeze. I don't want to disappoint them if they all die right away! I bought 2 huge mums because I too go nuts in the fall when I see them. Treat them like a house plant, placing pots in or near east, west or south-facing winds. I want to invest and not lose pretty mail order varieties as the ones in the store re just blah and a round bush. When it comes to mums, we buy fresh starter plants from the local nurseries each year. Garage and plant in late April? An Iowa State University study found that unpruned plants survive at much lower temperatures than those that were pruned. Put them in the garage and water about 3-4 weeks to keep the roots hydrated. Keep it in the darkest spot and water pot every month to keep roots alive. Thanks! As I put my garden to bed for the winter, I chop the mums down, then put the pots in the unheated garage. I live in Mi,,got a mum plant as a gift. That's a natural cycle. Mow that I have read all your blog posts I'm thinking all the hard work will have been for nothing. Submitted by Pam Coley on September 8, 2011 - 11:53am. I was given a potted mum as a hostess gift. Should we trim them back? Aug 25, 2018 - Hardy mums (Chrysanthemum morifolium) bloom throughout the fall. 9/7/96-Host Sue Gray divides and plants new mums in the studio garden. Also, thanks for posting this picture of landscaping with mums. Jim, it's too late to plant mums unless you live in Zone 9. I won't split them until next year but just don't want to kill them by moving them. Submitted by HOT lady on September 8, 2011 - 8:08am. This helps to insulate roots. Beautiful, Submitted by Missie T. on September 14, 2015 - 5:21pm. I don't often see landscaping with mums in residential areas, I mostly see pots straddling a porch and then in compost piles. Mums generally come in two types: Florist mums (also known as cutting mums) and hardy mums (also known as garden mums). They are huge and I am excited to see how much bigger they will grow by this fall. I put the 9 very large mums where I was going to plant them but never got around to doing it. Mums also do best in well-drained soil. Too late in the season. Now, I've read these plants can get 3ft tall the second year and I've planted it in the front of my flower bed where it's hiding other plants. They probably will make it. They prefer well-draining, fertile and moist soil, in addition to full sunlight. Store them? Mums are the spectacle of fall. They are not bred to be hardy; it’s their form, color, and size that are prized. Cut it in the spring when you see new growth. THEN you can plant in the ground with little worry. Do I plant now or keep them in garage? Place in a west or south-facing window for the winter. Or at what point should I plant them for best chance of blooming again next fall and not dying. This gives them time to become established and survive the winters. Amend and work the soil if needed before transplanting your mums into the ground. Don't wait much longer to plant. 3 is just cool! Glad that you are a reader of my blog. The life of a baby boy with a 'one in a million' condition is set to be saved - thanks to a transplant from his mum. If this is the case, why are there very few mum plants available in the spring? Submitted by Elodia Mercier on August 24, 2015 - 11:38am. In late spring and early summer, pick off dead and fading flowers to encourage more growth. Then, heap six inches of shredded fall leaves or straw on top of plants. Submitted by CHaas on October 20, 2013 - 10:31pm. They started filling out with blossoms around June and have been in full bloom since as long as I dead-head them. Submitted by Nickie on November 2, 2020 - 3:17pm. If I bought the mums now but do not plant them, can they be left in the pot until next spring, then plant them? Mums aren't even out in any garden centers here yet. But if you're in Louisiana they would probably survive Winter . Hello! In the spring plant them outside and you should see new growth starting. Yes, mum plants do grow huge! What causes white blooming mums to turn into purple/pink blooming mums. When should I plant them and how much shade can they stand???? Submitted by Doreen G. Howard on September 22, 2014 - 3:02pm. But what do we do about frost if it comes? Is their anything I can do to try to protect them so they won't die. I live in Monroe,Louisiana I just bought 9 mums all 1 gallon. When is the best time to take my fall mums in containers and plant them in the ground? I live in an apartment in San Diego and recently purchased mums and have them in pots. Dividing and transplanting mums (Chrysanthemum x morifolium or Dendranthema x grandiflorum) will renew older and less vigorous plants, allowing them to bloom for years in gardens in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5a to 9a. or at this point get an established plant? Mums are becoming more available in spring at garden centers, large home centers, etc. Submitted by Vivian Williams on August 5, 2014 - 10:36pm. Both ways have worked fine and year after year I have returning show of rainbows of mums. Both types come from the same original parent, a golden-yellow daisy-like mum from China. ), Submitted by Pat Pope on August 5, 2016 - 5:28pm. Thank you, Submitted by Julibob on October 21, 2013 - 7:39pm. I bought some potted mums from Home Depot in early October here in middle TN. I don't know when to plant them,but wal mart just put them out,how to take care of them. I just purchased 5 mums in pots from home depot can I leave them in their pots in direct sunlight? Garage or basement. If you live in a cold climate, you may have trouble overwintering fall mums outside because they do not have time to establish themselves. Care Of Container Grown Mums How To Grow Mums- Planting, Fertilizing, Pinching And 5 Tips For Growing Mums In Containers#containers #growing Container Gardening For Fall How To Grow Chrysanthemums In Pots Fertilizing Mums: Tips For Feed Mum Plants Pin By Jennifer Staton On Gardening Patina General Chrysanthemum Houseplants How To Grow Gorgeous Mums … Submitted by Weebea on October 10, 2013 - 8:35am. Prepare a growing site that receives at least six hours of sunlight each day with soil that drains well, or fill a large pot with good-quality potting soil. Potted mums from the florist or grocery store, as well as exotic types (like huge Football chrysanthemums, delicate Spiders, and Spoons), don’t survive cold winters either and are not good choices for landscapes. So, here’s our advice: The risk of plants in pots is that their roots freeze. Spring is the best time to divide mums; just wait until the danger of frost has passed and new leaf growth appears before lifting them from the ground. Garage will work. Mums are even-light bloomers, meaning they bloom when the days and nights are even in length. Is it safe to say that when I see them in the garden centers, I can buy the mature, flowering mums and plant them? Well over 40 years ago, my husband was given a pot of mums while in the hospital. We have about 1-2 inches now. Submitted by Doreen G. Howard on August 6, 2014 - 1:54pm. Thanks for info. My question is can I plant them in the ground or should I replant them in pots a littler larger that the pots they are in Dig up the plant in one piece and separate outer pieces from the center with a clean and sharp spade or large garden knife. Do this after they have been killed … However, repotting chrysanthemums is timed differently because their blooming period is different than most plants. The best time to transplant mums is after they have finished blooming, generally in the late fall or even the middle of winter. Amend and work the soil if needed before transplanting your mums into the ground. Go easy on the fertilizer. Should we prune? By the way, my sister lives in Morris/Coal City.! You can plant the mums in the ground or you can repot them if they seem potbound. I live in the deep south Lamahewa on October 2, 2013 - 7:00pm, I bought a beautiful Mum about two weeks back & yes I went mad when I saw the beautiful fuller looking plants. If not you need to replace them with new mums. dahlias.jpg. If you know the plant names, you may feel more confident. In colder climates you need to store the mums in a dark cool place over the winter months. I never attempted mums in the ground for the reasons stated in the article. Soluble fertilizers (20-20-20 or 15-15-15) can be mixed into water and fed to the mums about twice a month. Submitted by pann1221 on November 24, 2013 - 5:01pm, hi doreen & almanac staff- this info is great! Do I need to cut anything back before I put them away in the basement? Dig a hole twice the size of the existing root ball. If so, what should I use? It gets pretty cold in the winter. Thanks for the tip. Take a new, green cutting with several sets of leaves, cutting just below a set of leaves. You won't get flowers until about September, at least in northern latitudes. Now spring is almost here and I want to start mums from seeds indoors and then transplant into bigger pots so I'll have plenty of blooming mums when September and October roll around. Submitted by Judy77 on September 8, 2011 - 9:04am. Submitted by Darla on July 18, 2018 - 7:21pm. Water when the soil feels dry and add more mulch before your average first fall frost date. They'll die, even with a mountain of mulch. If you want ‘mum plants in the ground, plant them in the spring. More Galleries of Transplanting Mums :. We are very South so it doesn't get all that cold here, no snow. Now spring is almost here and I want to start mums from seeds indoors and then transplant into bigger pots so I'll have plenty of blooming mums when September and October roll around. Signs that a chrysanthemum plant needs division include dead patches of growth at the center of the plant and an overall decrease in blooming and foliage growth. I did plant them pretty in a well established flower bed. Submitted by Laura on May 16, 2017 - 8:38pm. Please tell me I dont have to dig them up and put in pots for the winter. I know these plants bloom in fall - but when should I start seeing signs of life in the plant if it survived? Keep them well watered after dividing. Don't be surprised if the mum plants bloom again in Spring. Plant mums with tight flower buds so they last longer. Submitted by Kay on September 19, 2018 - 8:42am. Submitted by Doreen G. Howard on October 21, 2013 - 8:33pm. They are already in full bloom with beautiful autumn jewel-hued colors to decorate your house, along with autumn wreaths and gourds. Run water at the base of the plant until the entire root ball is saturated. Trim continuously starting now but not beyond July 4th? Spring is the best time to divide mums; just wait until the danger of frost has passed and new leaf growth appears before lifting them from the ground. From what I have read , the smaller bud size may be because I didn't fertilize them in the spring. Transplant any potted mums in spring after frost danger has passed or in fall six weeks before the first expected freeze. They should be divided in the spring when new growth appears. Submitted by robert desautels on October 12, 2014 - 1:39pm, I live in new England state rhode island to be exact zone 6A,im getting conflicting answers on what to do with my potted mums for the winter,,plant in ground now in October,or not to plant in ground ? I planted my mums bought from them in November and left them until they started to brown, cut them back to about 4" and mulched. You shouldn’t water plants that need to go dormant during the winter, like mums so don’t worry about getting to them when the snow starts to fly! Want to give your mum her best shot at overwintering? I ordered Mums a few months back and was told they would be sent out for planting season I figured I wouldn't get them until early spring. Not sure what to do, Submitted by The Editors on May 20, 2015 - 7:55am. Submitted by Mike Rose on September 18, 2018 - 8:11pm. I really don't want to waste money if these are going to die. Leave the foliage on the plants until spring. The reason being that mums planted late in the season are near or at the flowering stage, and they don’t put energy … Should I just cut it back? I didn't get around to preparing soil in new landscape area. May 22, 2018 - How to Transplant Garden Mums From Pots Into the Ground. 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