Chrysanthemum Paludosam White Seeds
Chrysanthemum Paludosam White Seeds
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Chrysanthemum Paludosam White Seeds (Guldaudi/Chandra Mallika/गुलदाउदी के बीज)

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Chrysanthemum Paludosum is an ornamental annual and perennial flowering plant. This is a dwarf variety of chrysanthemums and grows up to 10 inches tall. It produces white soft petals with yellow center flowers. The beautiful flowers give a peaceful touch to your garden and the flowers bloom when the sun shines on them. Chrysanthemum flowers are very easy to grow from seed and are ideal for containers, pots, terrace gardens, balconies, and home gardens. Buy the best quality Chrysanthemum Paludosam White Seeds Online at the best price from and add colors to your garden.

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  • Number of Chrysanthemum Paludosam White Seeds : 200 Seeds
  • Where to grow: Balcony or terrace garden
  • Best Sowing Season: Winter Season
  • Sowing method: Seedling transplant
  • Germination temperature: Around 21°C
  • Germination time: 7 to 14 days
  • Blooming time: Mid-summer to fall or early winter (May to November)

What size grow bag is best for Chrysanthemum?

Chrysanthemum Paludosum Growing Season In India 

Chrysanthemum carinatum, or the Tricolor Daisy, is typically grown in India during the cool season from November to February in many regions. In milder climates, it can thrive into the spring. Avoid planting during the monsoon season to prevent issues with excess moisture.

How To Grow Chrysanthemum In Container

For best results, sow chrysanthemum seeds by seedling transplant method. You can start plants indoors or outdoors in a sunny spot. The best temperature for chrysanthemum seeds to germinate is around 21°C. You can use a pot or grow bag at least 22-35 cm wide and deep for planting chrysanthemums.

Chrysanthemum Paludosum White Seeds Sowing Method 

Take a seedling tray and fill it with a potting mix, you can also make your own potting mix by mixing 20% cocopeat, 30% vermicompost, 30% garden soil, and 20% sand. Spread 2-3 chrysanthemum seeds in each cell of the seedling tray and sprinkle with a very thin layer of soil or potting mix. Press the soil gently with your hand and water deeply through a watering can. Keep soil moist until germination. Chrysanthemum seeds germinate in about 7-14 days. Keep the pot in a sunny and warm place for good germination.
You can plant chrysanthemum plants when the stems have grown to 8 cm tall. Or you can transplant about 6 weeks after planting the seeds.
Transplant carefully without damaging the root of the plants and plant only one chrysanthemum plant per pot for healthy growth. Keep the soil moist and place the pot in partial sunlight for a few days after transplanting to protect the seedling from transplant shock. After 3 days, keep the pot in full sunlight.

Best Fertilizer For Chrysanthemum Flower Plant 

  • Add vermicompost every week to the chrysanthemum plant for nutrients.
  • Additionally, add Epsom salt once a month for flowering.  

Paludosum Chrysanthemum Flowers Care Tips  

Soil - Use good-drained, fertile, and organic-rich soil to plant chrysanthemum flowers. 
Water - Chrysanthemums require moderate watering, 3-4 times a week is sufficient, but keep the soil moist not soggy. Soggy soil can cause root rot and other diseases. 
Sunlight - Chrysanthemums can grow in full sunlight or partial shade, but for best results, place the pot in an area that receives full sunlight in the morning and some partial shade during the afternoon.
Temperature - The optimum growing temperature for Chrysanthemums is 20-28°C.
Common pests and diseases - Pests such as Aphids, leaf miners, and capsid bugs inhibit the growth of Chrysanthemums. You can use neem oil on the plant to get rid of these insects. In addition, some fungal diseases such as white rust, and powdery mildew can be harmful to plants, so it is best to cut off infected leaves to avoid the spread of these fungal diseases.

Chrysanthemum Paludosum Bloom Time 

Generally, chrysanthemums bloom from mid-summer to fall or early winter (May to November). Flowering takes up to 16 weeks.

Chrysanthemum Paludosum Special Features 

  • Common name - Creeping daisy or mini marguerite
  • Scientific name - Mauranthemum paludosum, Leucanthemum paludosum
  • Height - 8-25 cm 
  • Level of growing - Easy


Does Paludosam chrysanthemum come back every year?

Perennial chrysanthemum paludosam plants come back every year. It remains dormant in winter and grows in spring.

Do chrysanthemums only bloom once?

Yes, the chrysanthemum paludosam blooms once a year but can come back every year for 3-4 years.
Note: Images are for reference purposes only. Actual products may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.
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No germination seen after sowing all 200 seeds

Hi as we have discussed, please share the images so that we can help you figure out the reason. As all your other seeds have successfully germinated.


Excellent seeds which have grown into a beautiful plants