Red, purple, pink, orange, yellow, white and green, and with small or large flowers, or spider shapes: you can never go wrong with a Potted Chrysanthemum. They will give your autumn a colourful dose of optimism with their warm appearance and are no unnecessary luxury when it is so grey outside.
Royal Highness Potted Chrysanthemum
We love the Potted Chrysanthmum in Europe, but nowhere is it as popular as in Japan. Kiku, as the Chrysanthemum is called there, is found on the royal crest, the passport and the 50 yen coin. The Japanese also celebrate the plant during the annual Festival of Happiness, because the Chrysanthemum brings happiness. The plant will naturally shine from this much attention.
Watch the clip to find out whether the Potted Chrysanthemum can also brighten up another situation!