source for mum cuttings by mail

pokeyFebruary 7, 2007

Gardening friends, I am developing a cutting garden for my local church in western Oregon and looking for reccomendations of mum varieties and sources of them. Of course, any reccomendations for other plants to try will be welcomed. I also have plants to exchange for starts, especially lillies. Advice please.

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goodscents(z5 MI)

I really like Angel Valley Heritage Mums. They sell rooted cuttings for around $1-$2 and each one will grow into a full size plant by blooming season. They probably sell about 200-300 different varieties and have special collections for cut flowers.

They don't have a web site but if you Google "Angel Valley Heritage Mums" you'll find where you can e-mail, call or write.

Kirk

    Bookmark   February 7, 2007 at 8:18AM
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hopflower(z8/z15 CA Sunset)

http://www.kingsmums.com/

They have several varieties and they are quality growers.

Here is a link that might be useful: Kings Mums

    Bookmark   February 8, 2007 at 7:46PM
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busylizzy(z5 PA)

Agreed 104% for Kings Mums. The plants arrived in the best condition of any I have ever gotten thru the mail, and the owner and staff are so freindly.

    Bookmark   February 11, 2007 at 9:54PM
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flowerfarmer

Since I vote with my pocketbook, my dollars are going to Angel Valley Heritage Mums located in Ohio. Since we are also a family operation, we can appreciate the family-owned mother/daughter company. They offers 275 varieties of mums from all 13 classifications.

Photo of Banner Flower Farm potted garden mums at market

    Bookmark   February 12, 2007 at 1:03PM
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