Chrysanthemums are given to men and women, young and old, colleagues and relatives. Inflorescences of different shades and shapes can be chosen to suit any situation. What colors are chrysanthemums: the meaning of each? In this article, you will find the answer.
Different colors of flowers have been cultivated so far: white, yellow, red, pink, purple, etc. The fancy style and knowledge of the “language of flowers” will help you to make the right choice.
WHERE DID THE MEANING OF CHRYSANTHEMUM COME FROM?
It is believed that the “language of flowers” – selan – originated in ancient West Asian countries. Eastern women used it to convey their emotions and feelings. at the beginning of the 18th century, this exotic custom spread to Europe and was later adopted by various countries.
Species and their shades were given certain meanings. Initially, plants were given characteristics evoked by associations and personal emotions, and later they were consolidated by tradition.
Every place has different plants, national and class peculiarities, so the floral alphabet is somewhat different. Selam attracted poets and artists of the Romantic era, and by the end of the 19th century, the fascination with the “flower” message had passed.
Decades ago, interest in the “flower language” was revived and modern Selam was enriched with new meanings.
Despite the great cultural differences, this plant has a special status, and it is called “Queen of Autumn”. Ancient China and Japan were considered to be their homeland. For