Chrysanthemum originates in China and Japan. It is grown in a flowerpot, and its flowers serve to decorate tables and decorate rooms. It can be white, yellow, reddish, reddish-brown and crimson. Their shapes vary, some are tufted, spherical and dense, and others are flat like the daisy’s.
Hardy varieties can be placed outside the house and bloom mainly in the Autumn months. All varieties do not withstand winter colds, so we can plant them in pots that will be placed indoors. We plant in a sunny place, and the soil should be fluffy, with good drainage. If we want to have large flowers we limit the number of buds. We water it daily so that its soil always remains wet.