Purabi Khisa Tandra shared this lovely photo of chrysanthemums in Bangladesh and wrote…
“These chrysanthemums are from my auntie’s garden in my hometown, recently I took this pic. In Bangladesh, winter (November to February) is a season of weddings. Lots of chrysanthemums are used along with other seasonal flowers for decoration in the wedding ceremony.”
Thanks for sharing Purabi!
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January 16th, 2016 at 10:20 pm
Isabella D. wrote, “Whereas in Australia we have them for Mother’s Day, as they are in bloom in the month of May.”