Chrysanthemums, also known as ‘mums’, are one of the prettiest varieties of perennials. They offer an extensive variety of flower forms across a wide palette of colours. The plants are ideal as cut flowers, are prized as exhibition blooms and left alone, bring colour to the late summer garden. ‘Peter Rowe’ is an early incurve yellow chrysanthemum suitable for showing, or for cutting. Incurve Chrysanthemum blooms have close, firm and tightly formed incurved blooms that should form a globe shape.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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