Cultivated in China and Japan for over 3000 years, the Chrysanthemum family is now larger than 100 species, including the common field flowers,Shasta Daisies, which adorn our highways and meadows in mid-summer. Named in 1892, The Shasta Daisy is a "giant" hybrid named after Mount Shasta. The chrysanthemum is an easy to grow flower, needing only well-drained soil and full sun.
While in Japanese culture a single
Chrysantemum placed in the bottom of a wine glass
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