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Chrysanthemum

Category: Flowers | Posted: Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:03 pm

"If you would be happy for a lifetime,

grow chrysanthemums."

Chinese proverb

There are about thirty species in the Chrysanthemum flower genus. All of the flowers are characterised by a rare form of the head, which is in fact a group of small florets itself, and come in a wide variety of colours and shapes as a whole. They may be similar to daisies, buttons, bells and more. Originating from the North eastern regions of the European continent and some Asian zones, the members of this genus from the asteracae family are divided into nine categories, based mainly on their forms. These are cascades, reflexed, incurved, charms, singles, quills, late flowering, pompon and intermediate..... Read more: Chrysanthemum flower


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