Chrysanthemum Rose Katherine Stephenson 7b


Rose pink medium flowered sport for exhibtion or cutflower. 1.5m

Not available before week commencing 12/3/2018

Out of stock


Prices quoted are for strong rooted cuttings which are ready for dispatch from early February until 17th May (except for Korean, Rubellum, Garden Mums, Fantasy and Greenhouse Singles which will be supplied from 12th March onwards).

To give the plants the best chance to thrive we advise on the following times for delivery depending on your location in the UK.

NO PROTECTION – not before end April in the South. Not before early May in the Midlands, North of England and in Scotland.

COLD FRAME. – Not before the beginning of April in the South and mid-April in the North.

COLD GREENHOUSE– Not before mid-March in the South and beginning of April in the North

HEATED GREENHOUSE – Not before the middle of February.

Orders for other than our special collections must be received before 16th March. Beyond this date any orders received will be accepted on a ‘Substitutes Acceptable’ basis.


One of my favourites in this section. The lovely rose pink flowers of this “Katherine Stephenson” sport flower from the end October onwards producing quality blooms for the show bench but should not be underestimated for using just as a cut flower. The strong growing plants are best flowered under the protection of a greenhouse so because of this they are best suited to pot culture as this makes it easier to move them into the greenhouse for flowering. Started off in a 9cm (3 1/2″) pot they should be potted on twice with the finished pot size being 21-23cm (8-9″) using a soil based compost such as John Innes No3 for the final potting. Well grown plants will take up to 12 stems of blooms and to achieve this plants are best grown on a double stop, 1st stop in approximately mid April and the 2nd stop in the first week of June. Earlier or later “stopping” (the removal of the growing tip) will result in earlier or later flowers. The resultant “breaks” or flowering stems can then be reduced down to 7-8 per plant if exhibition flowering stems are required. This is often done when the plants are moved into the greenhouse. The floweirng stems will also require “disbudding” which is the removal of the side bids on each stem. This allows all the energy to go into the main flower and also make the plants more manageable. Don’t forget to keep plants caned and tied in as required.

Variety:Rose Katherine Stephenson
Classification:7b Medium November Single
 Flower Colour:Rose Pink
 Suitable For:Cutting and Exhibition
 Flower Size:12-15cm
 Stopping:15th April and 1st June
 Planting Spacing:
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£6.95 per delivery for all orders for Dahlia Mini plants, Chrysanthemums and Garden Ready Dahlias which are sent FIRST CLASS POST to all UK destinations. This applies regardless of the number of plants ordered.

Special Delivery – this optional services costs an additional £5.00 per order. These parcels are sent via either Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm or by a Courier for next day delivery. These parcels are tracked and need signing for so please make sure you provide a contact number so we are able to contact you to arrange/advise of delivery.

Please note we are unable to package Dahlia Tubers or Garden Ready Dahlias with either Dahlia Mini Plants or Chrysanthemums. If separate deliveries are required then additional carriage and packing will need to be applied to the order.

All orders can be collected from the nursery in which case no carriage fee will be charged.

If you choose to collect your Plants/Tubers from either Halls of Heddon, or The Nursery Ovington (please specify) we will contact you to advise the order is ready for collection. We will make every effort to supply during the week requested but please be aware that delays may occur, so wait for us to contact you