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Chrysanthemums were first
grown in China in the 15th century BC as a flowering herb. When the
was brought to China, it was made the official seal of the emperor. The
chrysanthemum is celebrated in China with it’s own festival- the “Festival of
Happiness.” The chrysanthemum was brought to Europe in
the 17th century. There are 30 species of this perennial flower.
There are many medicinal uses for this flower, including anti-bacterial and anti