Welcome to my ecological garden in the tropics. Hope you find peace and tranquility here.
OOh I love mums! Only I cannot get them to grow well here. So I buy the imported ones in pots at Christmas and at Easter for the house. Sometimes I will divide them up and they will grow for a while but they need too much of my attention, so I let them die off:-(
Such gorgeous colours! Like islandgal, I can never grow them, either. Years ago I used to have a local variety of chrysanthemum with small, mildly fragrant, sulphur yellow pompom-like flowers.
Lotusleaf, wish you a happy Diwali!
Cheery mums! Wishing you and your family a fun-filled, safe Diwali.
Islandgal, you can take tip cuttings from the plant which are stronger.Shailaja, I know the plant you mean. It is quite fragrant.Have a nice Diwali.Thank you, Urban Green, and same to you.
That's a nice selection of mums. Love the pink ones with the yellow button centers. I have no luck with them coming back...well they will sometimes but look scroungy. Someday... :)
A VERY HAPPY DIWALI to you and yours, Padma. I've never had luck with mums coming back! But wonderful blooms really, to have in one's garden. I like your collection/selection of colours too!
Beautiful flowers and photos.CherGoldenray Yorkies