Glimpse of Chrysanthemums flower history:
Chrysanthemums dates back to 15th century BC. The word is evolved from word “chrys” that means “gold” in Greek, “anthemion” means flowers. Thus when fused together it means “golden flowers”. The chrysanthemums in ancient days were only in gold color. But as times passed, diverse colors of chrysanthemum have been cultivated. Now, there are varieties of chrysanthemum flowers like pink, purple, red, yellow, bronze or orange. These are available for online flower delivery
Insight on Chrysanthemums flower structure:
Petals on chrysanthemums are in fact florets (a small flower, usually part of a thick cluster, especially, one of the disk or ray flowers of a amalgamated plant such as a daisy) since both sexual parts (male/female) subsist in each one. The chrysanthemum flower has two types of florets
- Ray florets that would be called petals on a daisy, and
- Disc florets that are the center florets in a daisy type of bloom.
Only the disc florets can reproduce. All classes of chrysanthemums have both types of florets, but in many of the classes, the disc florets are not apparent. In those plants, the plant breeder uses a pair of cutters to uncover the disc florets for pollination and the growth of new cultivars.
In India, Chrysanthemums Yellow Flower is most commonly cultivated in South India and is admired by Hindus who use it among other puja offerings to their deities. Chrysanthemums Yellow Flower is also widely used for various decorations types and are also known by Name “Yellow Shevanthi”,’Poornima Samanthi”. These flowers doesn’t fade away soon after plucking and remains fresh for 2-3 days provided shade and cool atmosphere.
Online Flower Delivery:
Chrysanthemums Yellow Flower Flower is available for local delivery on same day in Bengaluru region only and 2-3 days for rest on India .