Chrysanthemum Seeds - The Quirky Cup Collective

Chrysanthemum Seeds

$ 9.95

While gifting flowers is a beautiful gesture, why not give the gift of flower seeds and share the joy that comes with growing your own blooms!

Chrysanthemums, also referred to as ‘mums’, are the traditional Mother’s Day flower in Australia. This variety, Alaska is also known as Shasta Daisy and produces gorgeous pure white flowers with a bright yellow centre.

Suitable for pots or containers as well as garden beds, Chrysanthemums are easy to grow and low maintenance. The flowers are highly attractive to bees and butterflies, making any garden a wonderland.

Seeds

Variety: Chrysanthemum maximum

Includes

- Seeds - 
- Illustrated & non-toxic plant label -
- Sowing instructions - 
- Comes with a recycled kraft envelope for mailing

- Made in Australia -

For international deliveries please check the quarantine requirements of the country you are shipping to before placing an order for any of our seed products. We don’t recommend purchasing our seeds for delivery to New Zealand due to their strict quarantine requirements.

Please be aware that we cannot take responsibility for international packages that are held by customs/ quarantine and that are not delivered as a result of this. 

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- Packaging made of 100% recycled paper
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- Biofill / Packing peanuts are fully biodegradable - 
- Eco friendly materials used where possible -

Details 

- Made in Australia -

For international deliveries please check the quarantine requirements of the country you are shipping to before placing an order for any of our seed products. We don’t recommend purchasing our seeds for delivery to New Zealand due to their strict quarantine requirements.

Please be aware that we cannot take responsibility for international packages that are held by customs/ quarantine and that are not delivered as a result of this. 

Packaging

♻️ ♻️ ♻️
- Packaging made of 100% recycled paper
 -
- Biofill / Packing peanuts are fully biodegradable - 
- Eco friendly materials used where possible -