Single Bloom (US and UK Classification – 7)
The main characteristic of single bloom Chrysanthemums is that they look very much like daisies. Some varieties, like icy Isle, even have white petals and yellow centers. The main difference is that the centers are a little larger than they are in daisies, and their petals are spaced equally all around them. Some single bloom varietals grow 2-3 feet tall, while others will grow up to 4 feet tall. Sometimes there is one bloom per stem, while at other times there can be single-bloom plants that grow in clusters. Depending upon the varietal, the blooms are between 3 and 6 inches. The plants grow between 3 and 5 feet tall.