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Kiku: Japanese Chrysanthemums

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“Kiku: Japanese Chrysanthemums” are on display tomorrow (November 3, 2012) through November 18, 2012, in the Bourke-Sullivan Display House of Nolen Greenhouses at the New York Botanical Garden, 2900 Southern Boulevard, the Bronx, New York (map).

Road Trips Gardeners will see hundreds of intricately trained chrysanthemums in both modern and ancient styles, including Ozukuri (thousand bloom), Kengai (cascade), and Ogiku (single stem). Newer stylistic interpretations include a bridge, pom poms, spirals, columns, a chrysanthemum house, and a sculpted chrysanthemum tree.

Admission is included in any garden admission ticket.

(Photo courtesy of New York Botanical Garden)

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