What’s the secret to keeping indoor Chrysanthemums flowering and healthy?

No matter what we do, after three or four weeks the plants lose vigour, the new flowering buds fail to open, and slowly wither and die.

Is there some special nutrient or treatment that the nurseries apply to keep these plants in optimum condition?


  • Robert Simmonds asked 3 years ago
  • last edited 3 years ago
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Hi Robert, Nurseries do have special environments to keep plants actively growing. To replicate this keep the plant in a high light position, the more light the better. Add a liquid fertiliser every second watering (not too fussy what this is. This way they actively will keep growing and flowering – but be careful not to give them too much water) Having said this the Chryssie lifespan inside is about 6 weeks. Thanks the Palmers Team

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