Mayesh announces American-grown chrysanthemum partnership

Mayesh announces a partnership to bring some of the best local Chrysanthemums around.

They have entered into a project with King's Mums, an American grower and propagator located in Oklahoma. Brian Kanotz, the owner, curates a wide selection of heirloom varieties of Chrysanthemums, which are very popular with American growers and have been highlighted many times by Floret. Their partner, Lindsey Schwinn at Delameter Farms in southern Washington state is growing them. She has had several setbacks, but finally is starting production of one variety and hopefully two more to follow. What is notable is that this is an All-American project.

Seaton's J'Adore is an old heirloom variety originally from Australia that had been maintained by King's Mums and saved from extinction. These are the first tissue culture plants ever grown of this variety.

This variety will be available for the next few weeks. 

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