Chrysanthemum -- Planting

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Chrysanthemums should be planted in the spring as soon as the ground thaws. Transplants are place at ground level; roots should be an inch or two below ground.

Potted plants can also be purchased in fall for color. Establishment before winter isn't always guaranteed. Make sure the soil is properly prepared. Water twice weekly until plants are established if rain isn't provided.

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