Chrysanthemum 'Sunny Igloo'
Chrysanthemum 'Sunny Igloo'

Chrysanthemum 'Sunny Igloo'

SKU: F27604
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Common Name: Hardy Mum
Hardiness Zone: 3-9S/W Exposure: Sun
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Blooms In: Sep-Oct
Mature Height: 18-20" Spacing: 18-24"
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If you’re looking for a bit of autumn gold in your garden, Chrysanthemum 'Sunny Igloo' is like hitting the jackpot. This mounding perennial completely covers itself in bright double blossoms that feature sunshine yellow ray petals and caramel-gold centers. The Igloo series of hardy Chrysanthemums offers dome-shaped, first-year flowering plants that throw lots of colorful flowers. They are bred for ease of care, and no pinching is required to keep plants compact and covered with blooms each fall. PP 19,108

Extend the season of color in your autumn garden with hardy, low-maintenance Chrysanthemums. These fuss-free perennials produce tidy, dense mounds of spectacular color at a time when many plants are waning. Mums generally begin flowering in late summer and, given adequate hydration, will carry on until a hard frost. Plants are available in a wide range of rich colors from golden yellow and dusky pink to sienna orange and deep purple. Sizes vary, too, with smaller varieties topping out around 12” and larger specimens reaching roughly 3’. The range of colors and sizes invites gardeners to create layered displays in the fall garden where Mums show beautifully alone, in groups, or amid other late-season favorites including Ornamental Grasses, Sedums, and Asters.

Garden Mums are hardy from Zones 3 to 9. They do best planted in well-drained soil. In Northern gardens, site them in full sun. In the South, plants prefer part-shade. Mums are remarkably low-maintenance plants that are ideal for mixed borders and foundations plantings. In spring, prune out and discard any dead stems. In early summer, plants may be pinched back to control height or tidy their appearance (simply remove the tip of any wayward stem, being careful to pinch an inch or so, just to the point before the next set of leaves).

For more information on the growing and care of Chrysanthemum, click Growing Guide.


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Latin Name Pronunciation: kris-an'-theh-mum

Chrysanthemum require well-drained soil. For more compact and floriferous plants, pinch at least 2–3 times through early summer (by the end of July in the South and Southwest). Plants are more likely to survive in cold climates if stems are left standing over winter. Prune hard in spring. Divide every 1–2 years in spring to keep plants vigorous.