COLLEGE STATION – Got the fading late summer/fall garden blues as everything seems to be turning gray and brown?
Mari-mums, the latest Texas Superstar promotion, might give your garden that shot of bright, showy color it needs, said a Texas A&M AgriLife Research horticulturist.
“The main selling point of mari-mums is that they have good color throughout the fall,” said Dr. Brent Pemberton, AgriLife Research horticulturist and chair of the Texas Superstar executive board. “As compared to chrysanthemums – which may flower for several weeks if the weather is cool – mari-mums will flower for the entire fall season, until it frosts.”
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