A fashionable flower to give your bouquet just that little more edge. Isn't that what every florist is looking for?
Why not look for that edge in the copper-colored Autumn queen; the Chrysanthemum Vienna Copper
? A Brown/Cream disbudded and single-headed cut flower. But let's skip the formalities and go find out what this fluffy flower is all about and throw some inspirational images at you in the meantime.
Chrysanthemum Vienna Copper
Quite the Character
Vienna Copper distinguishes itself by the unique color, large format, and incurved ribbons.
Although the copper-colored Vienna chrysanthemum is a fairly new variety in the fluffy chrysanthemums, the genes of the plant are much older. This variety is available from August to mid-November and has only been around for a few years. The Vienna is characterized by its enormous bulb. The shape of the petals that grow around the bulb makes it a specialty product that is ideally suited for the higher segment flower shops.
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Timelapse credit Belysad florist
Florists Rediscover 'Mums'
These specific 'mums' (a four-letter word used by florists to describe the flower sort) are a serious head-turner in your not-so-average flower shop. These following images of floral designers worldwide spread the love and interest in this fussy flower that is about to splash of your screen.
But first, a thought by Floret Flower Farm
on chrysanthemums and how she believes that the chrysanthemum is seriously rediscovered:
"Never in my wildest dreams would I have equated such beauty and uniqueness with the word chrysanthemum."
"When autumn sneaks up behind you 🍂 💫 featuring these rather special ‘Vienna Copper’ Chrysanthemums we have slightly fallen in love with 💓"
Where To Buy the Chrysanthemum Vienna Copper?
What its grower, Arcadia Chrysanthen
, has to say about the popular Vienna Copper:
“This Chrysanthemum is so special because of the curled leaves that form the sphere. It is a chrysanthemum in its original shape, a chrysanthemum like a chrysanthemum should be. The color of the "Copper" is really a very nice warm autumn color. That makes the product extra suitable for this season." - Ronald from Arcadia in conversation with Florapodium.
Arcadia Chrysanten is a member of Decorum