Chrysanthemum – flowers closely resemble the common daisy with slightly stouter petals. The plants average 60 cm in height and have deeply lobed, almost feathery leaves. Most Chrysanthemums have white and yellow petals that encircle a golden center. They are not strongly scented flowers but offer a subtle aroma of warm spice a flavor reminiscent of carrot greens. Time for planting: March, April, May.