Chrysanthemum coronarium, commonly known as the Crown Daisy or Garland Chrysanthemum, is a flowering plant belonging to Daisy family. It has been cultivated in various parts of the world for its edible leaves and flowers. The Yellow Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum coronarium) have intense and bright color blooms. They are great for massing, edging, borders, cut flowers and they respond well to additional fertilization.
- ✅ Attracts Butterflies
- ✅ Make Great Cut Flowers
- ✅ Deer and Rabbit Resistant
- ✅ Easy to grow
- Growth: Chrysanthemum coronarium is an annual plant, which means it completes its life cycle within one year. It germinates, grows, flowers, sets seeds, and dies in a single growing season.
- Size: The plant typically reaches a height of about 24 - 30 inches
- Leaves: The leaves are glossy, dark green, and have a lobed or toothed shape. They are quite attractive and are also harvested for culinary purposes.
- Flower Heads: The flowers are the main attraction of Chrysanthemum coronarium. They are borne in clusters, each cluster consisting of multiple small flower heads. The flower heads are made up of two types of florets: ray florets and disk florets. The ray florets are typically bright yellow in color and form the outer ring of the flower head, while the disk florets are tiny and yellow, forming the center of the flower head.
- Petals: The ray florets have long, narrow petals that give the flower its characteristic daisy-like appearance. They radiate outward from the center, creating a beautiful, vivid display.
- Blooming Season: Chrysanthemum coronarium usually blooms in late spring to early fall, although the exact flowering time may vary depending on the climate and growing conditions.
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They are sprouting!
Hopefully we will have lovely flowers next year.