These tidy deer resistant and butterfly attracting perennials will bloom in
June and then again in September. The flowers last well into frost.
Unlike other garden mums, these are hardy and will return
year after year! Their domed habit creates a mound of 2 feet tall by
2.5 feet wide.
Mass them in mixed borders with ornamental grasses, asters and
stonecrops. In containers they look handsome when accessorized with a
variety of gourds and small pumpkins.
Hardy Mum, Igloo Mum
Late summer bloom, deer
resistant, attracts butterflies
Ornamental Grasses, Sedum, Asters
Cut back any dead foliage in early spring.
Pinch back foliage until July 4th for bushiness and heavier flowering. Tall
or leggy plants may be cut or pinched back to stimulate strong new growth.
Remove dead, faded, or diseased foliage as needed