What type of soil should I use when planting chrysanthemums?

Most any soil type with good soil structure will do. Work the soil about eight to 12 inches deep. Then work in about two to four inches of organic matter, such as compost. This organic matter is essential when trying to maintain proper root aeration and drainage. You can also add standard garden fertilizer for growth, and super phosphate for root development.

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