Garland Daisy

Chrysanthemum coronarium L.

Chrysanthemum is an annual plant belonging to the sunflower family (Compositae). The plant is up to 1.5 m high, the branch, with elongate, extensive, lumpy or round leaves and has yellow or white yellow two-flowered flowers. Chrysanthemum leaves are used as vegetables in the Far East. The seeds are elongated, 3 mm long and 1 mm thick.

Seed Quantity: 3 kg per acres.

Sowing: Early spring.

Harvest: Aug-sep.