John Peace Chrysanthemums

Allyson Peace

Singles

Mary Aldred

Mary Aldred

Pennine Oriel

Pennine Oriel

Sprays 2 2018 yellow

Yellow Pennine Oriel

Pink Talbot ParadeS

Pink Talbot Parade

Salmon Talbot ParadeS

Salmon Talbot Parade

Doubles

Bronze Talbot ParadeS

Bronze Talbot Parade

Anemones

CreamTalbotParade

Cream Talbot Parade

Sprays 2018

Large Flowering Singles (7a)

PRICES

£2.50 ............................................................................per plant of each variety

£6.00 ..........................................................................for 3 plants of one variety
£9.00 ..........................................................................for 5 plants of one variety
£16.00 .......................................................................for 10 plants of one variety

Please note these prices are, e.g. 3 plants of 1 variety = £6.00

Example 1 plant Dynasty = £2.50 plus 1 plant Billy Bell = £2.50, plus 1 plant Crystal = £2.50, total for this order = £7.50

£7.50 postage and packing will automatically added to your order
Orders over £30.00 carry an extra £3.50 carriage. this will also be added automatically when your order exceeds £30.00
Due to stock, supply orders will be dealt with on a first come first served basis

Or why not try a collection of 15 plants of MY CHOICE which will include at least 3 different colours, for £16.00. Please remember orders over £30.00 carry another £3.50 in postal charges
Example 2 x collections £16 = £32.00 + £7.50 + £3.50 extra postage Total cost £43.00

Cultural Notes

Cuttings are best taken from January to March, depending on the variety. Cuttings taken from basal growth produce the best cuttings. It will take up to three weeks for the cuttings to root. Once rooted pot them into a 31/2 " pot and use John Innes No1 compost.
Always be careful with the water at this stage, remember only water when needed. Good indicator is when the plant is wilting on a morning, not on an afternoon.
Stop your plants at the correct time as per the guide in my catalogue. After about 4 weeks pot the plant on, into a 5 inch pot. At this stage keep an eye on them for pests and diseases. Spray with a good fungicide and pesticide on a two week basis. Again at this time be careful with the watering.
Prepare your ground with good fertiliser and plant the early flowering chrysanthemums into the open ground in May. With late flowering chrysanthemums transfer into their final pots in June. Grow your plants 2 up and tie each break to a cane. This is the time to keep an eye out for white rust. Start to give them a light feed, slightly high in Nitrogen. When caylx shows signs of splitting bag the intermediates and incurves but let the reflexes come naturally.

ORDERS TO

John Peace

9 Briardene Way,
Brockwell Manor
Easington
Co. Durham
SR8 3NR

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