Wild Chrysanthemum taxa are floral seasonal plants or subshrubs. They have alternately arranged leaves divided into leaflets with toothed or occasionally smooth sides. The compound florescence is a variety of numerous blossom heads, or often a solitary head. The head has a base covered in layers of phyllaries. The simple row of ray florets are white, yellow or red; several horticultural samplings have been reproduced to birth numerous rows of ray florets in an excellent variety of shades. The disc florets of wild taxa are yellow. The fruit is a ribbed achene. Chrysanthemums, likewise referred to as ‘mums’, are one of the prettiest selections of perennials that begin flowering early in the loss. This is likewise called favorite flower for the month of November.