Since the flower blooms in the fall, the chrysanthemum signifies joy and beauty despite the oncoming winter. Although beautiful, chrysanthemums hold various meanings across different time periods and cultures, both positive and negative. Victorians used chrysanthemums to show friendship and well-wishing. Buddhists use the chrysanthemum as offerings due to their powerful Yang energy. In China, the chrysanthemum is traditionally offered to the elderly. As they symbolize long life as well as good… Read More
The Japanese have proclaimed the chrysanthemum as their national symbol. And celebrate the ‘Festival of Happiness’ every year in honour of the chrysanthemum. They believe that a chrysanthemum petal at the bottom of a wine glass will bring you a happy and healthy life.