Although Green Goddess is not a type of Chrysanthemum that we normally grow, being a medium exhibition, we have been asked for it so many times that we have managed to obtain some stock and are now pleased to offer it in our catalogue.
Flowering in November it will need to be grown in a pot, outside in the summer and then moved into a cold greenhouse in the autumn. Allow 1 or 2 blooms on each plant and disbud, to produce good sized blooms, alternatively grow with several breaks to produce more, smaller flowers.
The young plants should be potted on twice, with the final pot size being 23cms (9"). Use good quality potting compost, such as John Innes No. 3, and feed weekly with our tried and tested fertilizer, click here
for more information. Water moderately, keeping the compost just moist, at all times. Stand outside in a sunny position for the summer, stake as necessary. Before the first frosts move the pots into a cold greenhouse, which must be kept well ventilated.