chrysanth


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chrysanth

(krɪˈsænθ)
n
(Plants) a short form of chrysanthemum
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The National Chrysanthemum Society launched a pretty chrysanth called 'Rossano Charlotte' - named after HRH Princess Charlotte of Cambridge - which her parents, Kate and William, came to admire last week.
THE depressed-looking and half-dead chrysanth that turns up in garage forecourt bouquets just won't do.
On Mr Woolman's death in 1973 chrysanth production moved to Dorridge and the gardens at Broadacre fell into neglect.
But by the time she started school she had become more of a shrinking violet than a showy chrysanth.
chairman, Coventry Chrysanth Society, Frankton Avenue, Styvechale.
Chrysanth frill dress, pounds 69 in sale; cardigan, pounds 74, both Jigsaw.
Coventry Chrysanth Society meeting: Coundon Social Club, Shorncliffe Road, one bloom show plus lecture.
There were two other new AGM winners: Evening Glow, a quill-petalled, incurved type, pink with a warmer central flush, and Lilac Eleonora, an anemone-flowered spray chrysanth, mauve-pink and very free-flowering.
Marks and Spencer do a planted basket containing a chrysanth, azalea, Kalanchoe and mini rose for pounds 10.
Wirral Community Theatre, Westbourne Hall, Westbourne Road, West Kirby, 07906 265 317 - to Sun, 14 Jan The Chrysanths Panto - Aladdin The Chrysanthemum Panto Society have been presenting fantastic pantomimes for many years and, to celebrate their 100th anniversary, are proud to present Aladdin.
Round up remaining sunflowers, dahlias and asters, and pad out pots with autumn-flowering heathers, ornamental cabbages and chrysanths.
Bunch of flowers in his hand, some roses and chrysanths /clean smoke blowing out of the smoke machine behind him / and the universe dangling on ropes consciously apolitical and shining.