Bright and cheery, daisy or cushion, spider or Fuji, the chrysanthemum or mum have become an easy year-round favorite indoors and out. Displayed in a group, they make a powerful statement.
Pelee: The Goddess of Fire.
Pelee, the Goddess of Fire in native Hawaiian religion, is regarded as the creator of the Hawaiian islands. Symbolically, Pelee is a symbol that expresses both the power of a God & the warmth of a loving mother.
The Pelee-mum represents these characteristics beautifully with flaming red tips and a soft yellow body. These mums are typically grown as a florist seasonal indoor plant for fall décor; they make great hostess gifts.
USDA Zone: 5 to 9.
Colors: Yellow, white, lavender, green, and Pelee.
Sizes: 4 in, 6 in.
Availability: Year-round. | Pelee available September to November.
How To Care For Your Plant:
Water: Maintain moist soil, do not let soil dry out or stand in water.
Light: Medium light.
Temperature: 45 to 90°F, keep from heater.
Next Step: Disbud spent blossoms. Enjoy while in bloom, in many planting zones they are fantastic garden bloomers.