The art of the Japanese Chrysanthemum by VIKTORIA MINSK

The Chrysanthemum was brought to Japan by Buddhist monks in AD Japanese emperors so loved the Chrysanthemum flower that they sat upon Chrysanthemum thrones. Chrysanthemums, kikus in Japanese, were featured on the Imperial Crest of Japan.

Nature wallpaper iPhone flowers

Tattoo inspiration Japanese poem by MATSUO Basho "As they begin to rise again / Chrysanthemums faintly smell, / After the flooding rain"

Snapdragon, Antirrhinum majus

Snapdragon (Anthirrhinum majus) - Great choice for the flower border, works well as cut flower for arrangements also. a most underrated flower

Blue wildflower borage

Borage: beautiful herb that is true blue. The flowers and leaves are edible and lend a cucumber flavor to your salad.

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