When I first saw the Seaton’s J’Adore chrysanthemum on the King’s Mums website, I knew that it would be a perfect match. For whatever reason, I just can’t get enough of those soft pink colors in the garden – even in the fall. Even though I know I should be focused on darker colors, I can’t help but be totally enamored with these blooms!
Seaton’s J’Adore is considered a decorative bloom and can be grown with special blooming and disbudding. Since I only grow chrysanthemums for fun and for cut flowers, I didn’t do much beyond pinching them once and letting them grow on to form these beautiful sprays of flowers.
Even though I only grew one plant, you can see that the blooms were profuse. Like all chrysanthemums that I’ve grow, they had an excellent vase life. I know for certain that the Seaton’s J’Adore chrysanthemum is definitely one that I’d like to keep in the future.