Florist's daisy

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Floral emblem of Japan

The Florist's daisy or the Hardy Garden Mum, (Chrysanthemum morifolium) or in (China Juhua) is a species of perennial plant from family Asteraceae. In Japan, Pink chrysanthemums are especially loved because they symbolize the emperor and the Imperial family. Pink chrysanthemums also represent longevity. Pink flowers, in general, carry feelings of gentle affection, attraction, and romance, making them a great choice for a first date or a new love.