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In Italy the chrysanthemum blooms at the end of October and because of the concomitance of flowering with the celebration of the deceased it is customary to give this flower a fatal meaning. In reality, however, the name, which derives from the Greek, literally means golden flower
and has therefore been associated by tradition with absolutely positive values. In Korea and China it is the
flower of the celebrations
(weddings, birthdays, etc.); in Japan it is the national flower and the
its beauty is celebrated every year by the Emperor who, on the occasion of flowering, opens the gardens of the Royal Palace to the public, presenting the most recent varieties to all the guests. The meaning that the Eastern World usually attaches to chrysanthemum it is therefore that of life and happiness.