Chrysanthemum Plants
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When can I transplant my mum cuttings? They are doing well in pots inside.

Zone 98221 | djpburgess added on April 2, 2019 | Answered

All the cuttings seemed to do well inside so I don't want to kill them. They've grown and prospered. I live in western Washington state and I don't know if it's too soon. The night temperature is averaging 45 to 50. Is it still too soon?

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Downtoearthdigs
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Answered on April 3, 2019

As long as danger of frost has passed you can plant out. I do like to have soil temps at least 55 degree F, to insure the plants can start to grow right away in the soil.

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