Are chrysanthemum found in India?
Indian Chrysanthemum is a perennial herb, 25-80 cm tall. It is one of the main parents of the florists chrysanthemum in horticulture. Flower-heads are many or few. Phyllaries in 5 rows, scarious margin broad, white or brown.
Where is chrysanthemum found in India?
Production(000 Tonnes)Sr No.StateTotal Value1Tamil Nadu71.292Karnataka58.233Andhra Pradesh25.544Madhya Pradesh12.009 more rows
Where is chrysanthemum found?
Chrysanthemums have a history that is as colorful as the flowers themselves. First cultivated centuries ago in China , the chrysanthemum was used primarily as a culinary herb. Its petals and young shoots found their way to the table in salads; its flowers and leaves were taken and brewed into teas.
Which country symbol is chrysanthemum?
Japan Japan. The chrysanthemums yellow flower symbolises the sun and the light (immortality) in Japan. The Japanese have proclaimed the chrysanthemum as their national symbol, and celebrate the Festival of Happiness every year in honour of the chrysanthemum.
Can you eat chrysanthemum?
Chrysanthemums are also edible and have been used for medicinal purposes for many years. The tea brewed from the dried flowers has a golden hue and a mild, flowery flavor similar to chamomile. Scroll down for instructions on how to make it. You might enjoy it with a little honey.