It was one late summer day when hubby and me drove through this round-about that I asked him to pull over to shoot these Chrysanthemums.
Chrysanthemums in a round-about
Chrysanthemum varies in color when it’s cultivated. The common colors can be yellow, white or red. But the original flower is somewhat golden. Linnaeus named it from the Greek word, chrysous (golden) and -anthemon, meaning flower. It is the flower of November, and never have the faintest idea why. If you insist to ask why, then I can only give you this silly answer – cos it’s my birth month, hah!