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What does chrysanthemum mean?
The name chrysanthemum is used to refer to a number of plants known for their showy flowers that come in a variety of colors, including yellow, orange, pink, purple, red, and yellow.
The name can refer to the flower or the plant and can be used for any plant in the genus Chrysanthemum.
Chrysanthemums are often referred to with the shortened name mums.
The chrysanthemum is the official flower of the city of Chicago.
Example: In the fall, we like to decorate our front port with chrysanthemums and pumpkins.
Where does chrysanthemum come from?
The first records of the word chrysanthemum come from around the 1570s. It comes from the Greek chrȳsánthemon, from chrȳs, meaning “golden,” and ánthemon, meaning “flower.”
Most varieties of chrysanthemums are perennials. They are native to and most common in East Asia, where they are sometimes used to make tea.
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How is chrysanthemum used in real life?
Chrysanthemum is commonly shortened to mum. The flowers are known for their variety of colors and are popular fall decorations in some places.
— Bill M Moore (@BillMoore20) October 24, 2021
A chrysanthemum snapped off my shop bought bouquet and I can’t throw out a flower that isn’t dead so I’ve stuck it in a shot glass with some sprigs from the garden. pic.twitter.com/oxlCZn03M2
— Helen MacKinven (@HelenMacKinven) June 29, 2020
From twee little pots to exposed root specimens, our chrysanthemum bonsai put our growers’ artistic and horticultural skill on full display. Come see them for yourself at Chrysanthemum Festival through 11/14! pic.twitter.com/SOSJbSUEMq
— longwoodgardens (@longwoodgardens) October 22, 2021
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Some chrysanthemums can be used to make tea.
How to use chrysanthemum in a sentence
Since it was early afternoon, Rinzler gave me a crash-course in “right drinking” over a pot of Chrysanthemum tea.Meditation Teacher Lodro Rinzler Rebrands Buddhism to Deal with Drinking and Sex|Allison Yarrow|February 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Her efforts were so successful that the newspapers referred to Twain's locks as a "chrysanthemum of white hair."
Be on the lookout for black beetle on Aster and Chrysanthemum.Amateur Gardencraft|Eben E. Rexford
Since then she pulls off a chrysanthemum every morning from the plant in her mother's window, and lays it beside my plate.A Sheaf of Corn|Mary E. Mann
The rose show of June is only surpassed by the chrysanthemum exhibition in autumn.
Other bearers followed, keeping step and carrying the regalia, consisting of chrysanthemum stalks and blossoms.Japanese Fairy World|William Elliot Griffis
Particularly is this true of My Lady Chrysanthemum; for she well repays for any trouble that may be spent upon her.