Spring Trials 2010: Chrysanthemum

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Chrysanthemum ‘Adiva Purple’ by GroLink
‘Adiva Purple’ is an excellent dark purple variety for early September. It has very good color retention in the South and a beautiful sphere habit with strong and flexible stems.
Chrysanthemum ‘Amora Pink’ by GroLink
‘Amora Pink’ is a great pink decorative for late October sales and is adaptable to any container size.
Chrysanthemum ‘Bernadette Yellow’ by Syngenta Flowers
An anemone flower with a daisy look, this yellow Yoder garden mum has long-lasting flowers on a well-rounded plant habit.
Chrysanthemum ‘Cinnamon Pueblo’ by Syngenta Flowers
“Cinnamon Pueblo’ is a new orange Yoder pot mum introduction for this year. Plants have a dark orange daisy flower with a fresh green eye and strong semi-upright growth.
Chrysanthemum ‘Frosty Cheryl’ by Syngenta Flowers
This new Yoder garden mum has crisp, clear-white flowers that stand out against dark green foliage. Plants are a good fit for high-intensity spring and summer production and adaptable to almost any container size in any season.
Chrysanthemum ‘Golden Emporia’ by Syngenta Flowers
‘Golden Emporia is a new yellow Yoder pot mum introduction. It has smooth, golden spoon-type daisy flowers. Plants are uniform and dependable and offer great color for spring, summer and fall sales.
Chrysanthemum ‘Granata Red’ by GroLink
‘Granata Red’ is more vigorous than ‘Camina’ and has very dark red, decorative flowers with excellent color retention.
Chrysanthemum ‘Honey Durango’ by Syngenta Flowers
This warm honey decorative is a new yellow Yoder pot mum introduction. Ideal for summer and fall sales, it is recommended as disbudded, CBR or ZBR production.
Chrysanthemum ‘Jacqueline Orange Fusion,’ ‘Jacqueline Peach Fusion,’ ‘Jacqueline Pearl,’ ‘Jacqueline Pink’ and ‘Jacqueline Yellow’ by Syngenta Flowers
Five new colors are added to the Yoder Jacqueline family of garden mums. Plants are sphere-shaped and covered in unusual two-tone flowers. A European plant look with a faster crop time, Jacqueline has a compact habit suitable for any crop except large fall containers.
Chrysanthemum ‘Latina Pink’ by GroLink
‘Latina Pink’ is an attractive light pink decorative variety for late September sales.
Chrysanthemum ‘Lesconil White’ by GroLink
‘Leconil White’ is a very early white decorative with ivory centers that has a lower vigor than ‘Prima White.’
Chrysanthemum ‘Malmo Yellow’ by GroLink
‘Malmo Yellow’ is a great variety for late September sales. It has beautiful, rich yellow flowers with a long shelf life.
Chrysanthemum ‘Marsha Pink’ by Syngenta Flowers
‘Marsha Pink’ is a Yoder garden mum introduction with a spherical habit and medium to tall greenhouse vigor. This lavender daisy flower has good color retention and plant strength.
Chrysanthemum ‘Mika Orange’ by GroLink
‘Mika Orange’ is a very early semi-decorative variety with two-tone orange flowers. It is a very flexible, ball-shaped plant with a lower vigor that is suitable for 6- and 8-inch pots.
Chrysanthemum ‘Mouria Yellow’ by GroLink
‘Mouria Yellow’ is a beautiful bright yellow variety for late October sales. It is more vigorous than ‘Sapiro Yellow’ and very prolific with a mound growth habit.
Chrysanthemum ‘Nerola Orange’ by GroLink
‘Nerola Orange’ is a two-tone decorative for early September sales with a sphere and flexible habit. It has good color retention and a minimum heat delay in the South.
Chrysanthemum ‘Pavia Red’ by GroLink
‘Pavia Red’ has dark red decorative flowers on a ball-shaped plant. It is less vigorous than ‘Savona’ for late September sales and has good color retention.
Chrysanthemum Pico by GroLink
The Pico collection is a new series of mini pot mums. Pico pot mums feature small flowers, rapid response time and lovely dark centers. This series is special because of its excellent shelf life of the attractive, small flowers that come in various colors.
Chrysanthemum ‘Pomona Violet’ by GroLink
‘Pomona Violet’ is a prolific variety with bright violet flowers and a very flexible, spherical habit.
Chrysanthemum ‘Sinelli Yellow’ by GroLink
‘Sinielli Yellow’ is a very early bright yellow with large, long-lasting blooms. It is a great choice for the South with minimum heat delay and has a uniform spherical habit.
Chrysanthemum Staviski new colors White, Pink and Orange by GroLink
‘Staviski White’ has a similar bloom time to ‘Terano’ under natural day circumstances. It has a very flexible and uniform habit and is a great choice for a summer shade program. ‘Staviski Pink’ is a two-tone pink variety with a uniform growth habit. It is very suitable for the summer shade program and has a very short response time. ‘Staviski Orange’ is an attractive orange/bronze variety for early October sales. It is very good in mixed color containers with ‘Staviski Pink’ and ‘Staviski White.’
Chrysanthemum ‘Sunset’ by Thompson & Morgan
‘Sunset’ has single blooms and offers a vibrant mix of bright bicolors and solid flowers in fiery shades of red, orange and apricot. Growing 24 inches high, ‘Sunset’ is suitable for both planted borders and cut flowers.
Chrysanthemum ‘Fancy Ursula Orange’ and ‘Jazzy Ursual Coral’ by Syngenta Flowers
This series of Yoder garden mums is a good fit for all seasons, including large containers for summer programs and fall retail when grown as combos in color bowls and window boxes. Little-to-no growth regulator is needed for fall 8-inch crops.
Chrysanthemum ‘Wilma Yellow’ by Syngenta Flowers
This new Yoder garden mum introduction is a yellow sport of Wilma. It has a mounding habit and medium greenhouse and outdoor vigor.
Chrysanthemum ‘Yellow Lucienne’ by Syngenta Flowers
This new yellow fleurette-style Yoder mum has an excellent plant habit and a duplex flower form.

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2 comments on “Spring Trials 2010: Chrysanthemum

  1. Anonymous

    Perhaps this is a good time to remind people that the change of genus name back to Chrystanthemum from Dendranthema was done in 1997. When the original announcement of Chrysanthemum –> Dendranthema was made, there were big headlines, but little notice was given when that naming decision was reversed.

  2. Anonymous

    Perhaps this is a good time to remind people that the change of genus name back to Chrystanthemum from Dendranthema was done in 1997. When the original announcement of Chrysanthemum –> Dendranthema was made, there were big headlines, but little notice was given when that naming decision was reversed.