If you bought potted mums this fall for color, try planting them for next year. Here’s a helpful video from K-State on how to have success with that planting. Follow this link; http://www.hfrr.ksu.edu/p.aspx?tabid=980&search=Mums&itemid=205&cmd=view#205
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