- Flower nameKokka Sonkaku(Atsubashiri)
- Scientific nameC.m. cv. Atsubashiri
- Alias厚走り, あつばしり
- Place of originGarden cultivate
- Place of floweringPotted flower
- Flowering seasonOctober, November
What is Kokka Sonkaku(Atsubashiri)
Atsubashiri Kiku>Ohgiku (scientific name: C.m. cv. Atsubashiri) is one of the ways of blooming chrysanthemums bred in the Edo period, in which the thick petals of the large chrysanthemum are raised in the center (thick) and the outer petals are lowered so that they flow downward.
There are other types of Atsubashiri, such as Kokka Sonkaku, Yukiyama, Gunjo no Yuki, and others.
Flower diameter: large chrysanthemum: 18 cm or more
C.m: Chrysanthemum morifolium