florist's chrysanthemum


Definition of florist's chrysanthemum

  1. :  any of certain large-flowered frost-susceptible chrysanthemums largely grown under glass for the cut-flower trade and derived chiefly by selection from and hybridizing of two perennial Chinese wild chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum morifolium and C. indicum)

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