Annual membership is $15.00 per person or $20.00 per couple payable to our treasurer. You can come to one of our monthly meetings to join or let us know of your interest.
hello! you gave me a piece of paper with growing instructions on it that also included your email address if I had any questions. I have some questions and am hoping we could connect by email. I bought 3 different cultivars at the Volunteer Park sale last late winter/early spring.
I’ve basically let 2 of the plants grow way too tall (I think) without cutting them/replanting. 1 of the plants, even though I did the same thing with it, split into the 3 stems. but I’m just not sure how to best regroup here, after watching videos.
I don’t seem to be finding super helpful or on point videos, though I did just find this one this morning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxFc8cgZNhM
Jane, We would love to hear your story. I recall Ed and Maudie Hodgson. Thank you for thinking of us. Sue
Thank you for your inquiry. I called and left a phone message for you at the number you provided. Please give me a call at 360-303-8284. I’d love to chat with you. Looking forward to your call. Susan Joyner – Evergreen Chrysanthemum Association President
If you could please call me at 206-898-5914
I have a question that like to ask. You can reach me at any time during the week for i am stuck in my home.Thank you very much
My name is Ronnie McElwaney
I discovered this year this surprising flower. Surprising because of the extreme long time of metamorphosis of each single blossom. I have very much to learn, even my first results are just breathtaking in my eyes. How I can be a member and how I can pay you for the membership?
Living in a warm country, in Tuscany/Italy I noticed that even after frightening fall storms and several days of very heavy rain my Chrysanthemums are still in impeccable shape. Unfortunately here in Italy this flower is associate only with mourning and I hope to be able to move a little this direction of view in my area. I’m a doll maker and will not plant them commercially but insert this plants in my garden for public access.
Thank you very much for help,
My name is Jane Sharpe after whom the bloom is named. I am 87 years old this year.
If you are interested I could write a commentary with pictures which could be of interest to your society. This would include our association wiyj the breeder of the Mum and Ed and Maudie Hodgson.
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