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My grandmother’s watercolors were mostly of flowers, bearded iris on a white background or clusters of pink and yellow chrysanthemums.
His most recent tattoo, from Matsuba, was a yellow chrysanthemum.
Mochi and white bean paste are painstakingly flared into the hundred petals of a chrysanthemum.
Give poinsettias and chrysanthemums their last pruning by the end of the month.
The gene’s protein modified the chrysanthemum’s anthocyanin to make the bloom appear purple instead of reddish.
Rather than the intricate diversity of the Boskoop nurseries, XYZ is dedicated entirely to producing and selling rooted cuttings of chrysanthemums for the cut flower industry.
At a huge flower farm home to horticulture technology that India hopes to adopt from Israel, farmers even named a new fast-growing species of chrysanthemum after the Indian leader.
Colombia alone will fly in about 700 million roses, carnations and chrysanthemums to the U.S. this year, according to the Association of Colombian Flower Exporters trade association.
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Origin and Etymology of chrysanthemum
First Known Use: 1548See Words from the same year
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Definition of chrysanthemum for English Language Learners
: a plant that has brightly colored flowers and that is often grown in gardens; also : the flower of this plant
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