This genus is made up of annuals and perennials some of which are evergreen sub-shrubs. They can be grown indoors or outdoors and are grown for their flowers. The leaves are usually deeply lobed, and oval to lance-shaped.
How to propagate Chrysanthemum
Propagate annuals by basal cuttings.
Seed sown where they are to flower, in spring.
Propagate hardy perennials by division in autumn, after flowering or in early spring.
Other uses of Chrysanthemum
Grown for their flowers. Used for borders. Suitable for coastal conditions.