Thursday, June 21, 2012

Wild Chrysanthemum


Also named Shan Juhua, Lubian Ju, Ye Huang Juhua, the Ye Juhua (Wild Chrysanthemum) is found in most provinces of China on wild hillside lawns, in the bushes or by the road. It assumes analogous sphericity in shape with yellow green or brown yellow color, sweet aroma and bitter taste. The best breed are the yellow ones without stalk, but with sweet aroma and intact flowers in half blossom.

By Explore Cultural China

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