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.
What do you think? Have you ever grow this chrysanthemum before? I’d love to hear all about your experiences in the comment section below! Thanks so much for stopping by!
3 thoughts on “Seaton’s J’Adore Chrysanthemum: A Classic Beauty”
So beautiful. Not a color I would have chosen for fall, but these pictures have changed my mind!
how many flowers can you usually get from one king’s mum plant?
I have had this number for years but didn’t know it’s name. I contacted King’s mums and Brian was so helpful and now I have a source for cuttings. Honestly I have never pinched this plant and it produces multi bloom branches that provide me lovely bouquets of long lasting flowers.