Chrysanthemums have been cultivated in China as far back as 15th century BC, and is frequently used in Chinese and East Asian art and festivals. Through the years, the chrysanthemum culture has flourished, giving shape to more varieties, colours and shapes such as the poms, mums and buttons. Especially so in the local context where chrysanthemums have a firm reputation as flowers for religious purposes, the new colours and varieties have seen new demands for it at events, weddings and for bouquets. The chrysanthemum is also the unofficial national flower of Japan, symbolic of the Imperial Family.
With the basic care of providing fresh water and snipping the ends of the stems daily, these blooms can last you up till 2 weeks.
Single variety flowers come wrapped in brown paper with a water bag. This ensures sufficient hydration for the flowers so that they remain fresh between the time it is put together and when the recipient receives it.
Here are the number of stalks you will find in each size:
Standard — 15 stalks
Large — 25 stalks
The chrysanthemum pom is a medium-stemmed to tall-stemmed variety, ideal for dining tables, entrance tables, console tables and bar top centrepieces.
These flowers are available for free next-day delivery. Place your order by 12pm the day before to have your bouquet ready for collection or delivery the next day.
A same-day delivery service is also available, if you require flowers at short notice. All same-day delivery orders will be dispatched from our studio by 4pm for arrival by 7pm; delivery charges are at $15 per delivery location. Same-day delivery orders must be placed by 12noon on the day of delivery.
Self-collection is available with 1 days’ notice from our floral studio located at:
Tan Boon Liat Building
315 Outram Road, #08-06 Singapore 169074
Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm / Saturday and Sunday, 8am to 5pm