Japanese autumn representative flower
- Flower nameChrysanthemum momijigari
- Scientific nameChrysanthemum morifolium 'momijigari'
- Place of originhorticultural product
- Place of floweringHorticultural species, Bonsai, Potted flower
- Flowering seasonNovember, December
- Language of flowersThe general floral language is “noble,” and the red flower “love you”
What is Chrysanthemum momijigari
Chrysanthemum momijigari (scientific name: Chrysanthemum morifolium 'momijigari') is a horticultural product in the style of a large, light red-purple chrysanthemum flower made into a daijigari flowerbed. Ohzukukuri refers to a thousand-flowered chrysanthemum bed made up of a single plant with no gaps between them in the shape of a dome.
Large-flowered chrysanthemums include the yellow-flowered Kino Matsuyama and the white-flowered Moon in the hemisphere "Momiji-kari", a light reddish-purple "Momiji-kari".
Common name: Chrysanthemum momijigari', scientific name: Chrysanthemum morifolium 'momijigari', national flower equivalent: Japan, place of origin: Japan, (originally from China and the United States (spray chrysanthemum)), height: 30-100 cm, radiant homologous flowers, clustered inflorescences, tongue-shaped flowers, flower diameter: more than 18 cm (large chrysanthemum), flowering time: year-round, especially September-December, flower color: pink, yellow, white, red, orange, and compound color.