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Chrysanthemum Discussions

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I noticed a new substitute for White Atlantis Daisies called "Whistler". Looks GORGEOUS. Can you help me to find some of these in San Francisco?

Lily
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By: Lily - Member Since: 2011-02-22
1 Reply (last: 2011-02-25)
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Let's get some feedback from the crowd.

Painted or Tinted Fuji mums. What are the pros and cons? Are the days of stem dye numbered? Are there enough good farms out there painting?

I'll start....

Tinted PRO: Excellent Vibrant colours for that great fake look
Tinted CON: Botrytis.

Painted PRO: No Botrytis!
Painted CON: Few suppliers means limited availability
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By: Brett - Member Since: 2011-01-11
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Your website says the grading standard for spray poms is minimum 280 gram bunches but these days I seem to regularly receive bunches from Colombia that are not even close to this ( often more like 150 grams!). I always feel a bit "ripped off " when they send these to me and makes me want to just buy my poms from Holland where , even though I pay more money at least I get what they say I'll get....
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By: Norma - Member Since: 2011-02-15
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O.K., just saw the recently uploaded photo of the pom variety Grafito and I love it! I never understand why Colombian growers largely only produce these brown / red varieties for the Fall. More and more we have demand for these novelty varieties year round and buy them from Holland when they're not available from South America.

Can we get some of this variety now?
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By: colin - Member Since: 2011-01-04
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