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November: Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum ‘Sunny Morning’
Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
Argyranthemum frutescens ‘Bright Carmine’
Photo/Illustration: Melissa Lucas
Chrysanthemum ‘Sunny Morning’
Photo/Illustration: Michelle Gervais
Argyranthemum frutescens ‘Bright Carmine’
Photo/Illustration: Melissa Lucas

Botanical names: Chrysanthemum spp. and cvs., Dendranthema spp. and cvs.
Common name: Mum

Chrysanthemums are a fall-blooming flowering herb. They provide food for butterfly larvae, and herbal tea for people (Chrysanthemum morifolium or Dendranthema grandiflora and Chrysanthemum indicum). People have been growing mums since 15th century. They’re photoperiodic, which means they can sense when the days are getting shorter, and they won’t bloom during the long days of summer.

Read more about mums:
Not Your Average Mums
Garden Mums

See all birth flowers/plants:
January: Carnation, February: Iris, March: Daffodil, April: Daisy, May: Lily of the Valley, June: Rose, July: Delphinium, August: Gladiola, September: Aster, October: Pot Marigold, November: Chrysanthemum, December: Paperwhite

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    richardanderson 02/01/2019

    Wooo nice flowers. I also like colors of these flowers.

  2. RachelSipes 09/14/2020

    It is my first time seeing any of the Chrysanthemum flowers. The first thought that has been popped up in my mind after seeing these flowers is that they should be present in my garden and I should write an essay on this flower by reading edubirdie legit reviews on https://top5writingservices.com/is-edubirdie-legit-and-safe-to-use/ website because it shares the authentic an real stuff.

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