1: Plant chrysanthemums in spring after last frost for vibrant blooms in the fall.

2: Choose a sunny location with well-draining soil for optimal chrysanthemum growth.

3: Water chrysanthemums deeply once a week to promote healthy root development.

4: Fertilize chrysanthemums monthly with a balanced fertilizer for maximum blooms.

5: Pinch chrysanthemum stems in early summer to encourage bushy growth and more flowers.

6: Deadhead spent blooms to prolong chrysanthemum flowering season.

7: Protect chrysanthemums from frost in late fall by mulching around the base.

8: Divide chrysanthemum plants every 2-3 years to maintain vigor and blooming performance.

9: Enjoy the beauty of chrysanthemum flowers all season long by planting at the right time.