Noun(1) the flower of a chrysanthemum plant(2) any of numerous perennial Old World herbs having showy brightly colored flower heads of the genera Chrysanthemum, Argyranthemum, Dendranthema, Tanacetum; widely cultivated
(1) In this study a mathematical description has been developed for both hydraulic conductivity and conduit length distribution as functions of height in a chrysanthemum stem.(2) New chrysanthemum cuttings will produce 2.5-centimetre roots in 10 to 12 days when they are then ready to be planted out in growing beds.(3) Growing commercial cut flowers like rose, chrysanthemum , anthurium and orchids under protected cultivation especially in greenhouses/poly houses or shade nets is a viable profession for farmers and commercial entrepreneurs.(4) Many flowers are edible, the most common culinary varieties being calendula, chrysanthemum , daylily, nasturtium, pansy, violet and zucchini.(5) Vegetable harvest coincides with bright autumn foliage, chrysanthemums , asters and sedum.(6) She carried a bouquet of light yellow roses, large daisies, chrysanthemums and blue campanulas.(7) Stake and support dahlias, gladioli, chrysanthemums and other top-heavy border plants.(8) I went upstairs on the roof and sat among the potted plants, among the violets and chrysanthemums and marigolds and daisies.(9) If you have a history of allergy to daisies, ragweed, marigolds, chrysanthemums , or related plants, you may be more at risk of having an allergic reaction to echinacea.(10) For most, the presence of flowers such as roses, peonies, chrysanthemums , lilies, irises and calendulas for instance represents an aesthetic uplifting of spirit.(11) Generally speaking, cut-flower prices, including lilies, orchids and chrysanthemums , are up 5 percent to 10 percent.(12) The centre was filled with very bright pink chrysanthemums , silver sisal was placed among the flowers to give it a misty appearance.(13) A square pewter container was next, containing black dogwood stems, large green chrysanthemums , white lilies, the palest green flowers surrounded by senecio and rosemary, and yellow cymbidium orchids cascading over the edge.(14) Even though there are hundreds of good varieties of chrysanthemums available, the advice of experts in various regions resulted in this short list of the most outstanding or noteworthy.(15) Sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, chrysanthemums , even roses all bloom in the fall and make terrific bouquets.(16) The main crops produced were roses, mimosas, carnations and chrysanthemums , as ornamental non-edible plants, and tomato, lettuce and basil, as edible ones.