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The chrysanthemum in particular is of a visibly high quality, with linen white petals unobstructed in their premium glass jars.
Pickowicz's favorite toppings include dried petals from edible flowers like borage, rose, lavender, chrysanthemum, and nasturtium.
The white chrysanthemum, in particular, often represents perfection, which is the perfect compliment to give your Valentine.
To make chrysanthemums blue, researchers from the National Agriculture and Food Research Organization inserted a gene from the bluish Canterbury bell into red mums.
Plant breeders have repeatedly tried to nudge roses and chrysanthemums into blueness, but doing so is really hard (at least, without the use of dyes).
The church was also decorated with white lilies, chrysanthemums, carnations, roses, camellia, and ivy, and the reception at Buckingham Palace was beautifully adorned with vases of pink and white carnations atop the tables.
Behind the manicured beds of chrysanthemums and towering sunflowers at Carmel Valley Ranch, a fenced-in apiary houses more than 60,000 Italian bees.
To enjoy autumn blooms, head to Longwood Gardens, where thousands of colorful chrysanthemums shaped into orbs and columns are on display through Nov. 19 during the Chrysanthemum Festival.
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