Japanese autumn representative flower
- Flower nameChrysanthemum 'Enmeiraku'
- Scientific nameChrysanthemum morifolium 'Enmeiraku'
- Alias菊, Pot mum, spray mum, キク, 食用菊, もってのほか, カキノモト, モッテノホカ, 延命楽
- Place of origincultivar
- Place of floweringHorticultural species
- Flowering seasonOctober, November
- Language of flowersThe general floral language is “noble,”
What is Chrysanthemum 'Enmeiraku'
Chrysanthemum 'Enmeiraku' (scientific name: Chrysanthemum morifolium 'Enmeiraku') is an edible chrysanthemum of the family Asteraceae, belonging to the late purple-red, tube-petaled family. It is produced in Yamagata and Niigata prefectures. The flowers are bright reddish purple, medium-sized, double, and bloom from October to November, and are harvested. It is a representative variety of edible chrysanthemum and is used as a vinegar dish for its crunchy texture.
Common name: Chrysanthemum 'Enmeiraku', scientific name: Chrysanthemum morifolium 'Enmeiraku', Flower: reddish purple, medium-flowered, double, flower diameter: 9-10 cm, flowering season: October, use: edible chrysanthemum.