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Chrysanthemum

We grow chrysanthemum due to the beautiful growth of our guests, abundant flowering and beautiful flowers of flowers. In the genus Chrysanthemum, annuals, perennials and half-breeds, totaling more than 200 species of plants. The leaves of the chrysanthemum are deep-cut, and the stems are on the bottom of the woody wood. reach a height of up to 120 cm and expand up to 40 cm in width. They flourish from summer to late autumn, depending on the variety. We grow hybrids that bloom in different colors – from white, yellow, orange to red, pink and lilac in color.

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  1. Wonderful, yes I buy a little pot of them at the $1 store whenever they have them and sometimes keep them until they are huge. Do you ever make tea from the flowers?

    By the way, chrysanthemum is the official flower of the city of Chicago (near where I was born) and symbolizes joy (or comfort for sorrow if they are yellow). The red ones, like red roses, symbolize love.

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