flowered on bench, I have sufficient headroom for "one-ups"
as these are not very tall. Any that are too tall can be dropped to
the floor when flowering or to space out when flowering.
The Anemones that I
breed and grow are not too tall but still have sufficient stem length
for exhibiting in a vase.
Photos really show it
all. The bench has just been cleared ready for the season. Some rooted
cuttings shown, these will be grown as mother plants for propagation
by cuttings in June.
Floor of glasshouse
covered entirely with black woven plastic matting, this is very clean
and no weeds!
dehumidifiers, fans, no damping or scorch. This I attribute to the
type of Chrysanthemum I specialise in and partly to the method of
I aim to ensure all plants
are made ripe and flowers are of good texture by controlled nutrition
at every stage.