Chrysanthemum Flower Show – Part 1

I was writing the post of forcing hyacinth bulbs when Annual chrysanthemum show 2009 came up. Flower shows are just enchanting and if mums are there then it becomes impossible to ignore them. This year the event was held at Race course jelani park Lahore. Organized by Pakistan horticulture society, many participants showed with some beautiful mums i have ever seen. Many types including Irregular incurve, reflex, regular incurve, decorative, pompoms, anemone, single/semi double etc. were displayed. Show will continue till December 10, 2009. So here they go:

Flag of my country – Pakistan



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19 Responses

  1. Zindagi says:

    What a treat! Oh they are just beautiful

    Thank you so much for sharing

  2. Kiki says:

    Super Wow!!! That was fantastic!! Wonderfully uplifting post..full of such beauty and life! yay!

  3. That was a lot of mums! Just fabulous and wonderful! I am glad you were there to get pics!

  4. FlowerLady says:

    Those are beautiful, and with the ‘flying critters’ stunning photographs.

    Thanks for the treat.


  5. These are spectacular! And I love the fact that we got all those butterflies and bees in your photos as a bonus. Thanks so much for sharing these. -Jean

  6. Mums are so beautiful and I am always pleasantly surprised at how many different shapes and colors they come in. Thank you for showing us some beautiful specimens.

  7. Atif says:

    Flowers are flowers, the Allah shows the divine beauty in Flowers.

  8. These are absolutely beautiful…Mums are so ubiquitous here in the US but one almost never sees the large-flowered and more unusually shaped varieties.

  9. Virgnia says:

    Lovely photos. It’s so nice to see all the mum variations, and esp. the bees!

    Thanks for all the pictures–

  10. Wendy says:

    these are really pretty! I like the one sort of in the middle with the pinkish/pale pinkish petals.

    My dad grows mums as well. Here’s a sampling of his collection if you’re interested…

  11. Who could resist their charms! Thank you for sharing these beauties with us. I especially like the ones formed to make your flag! What wonderful colors. We stumbled upon a mum show a couple of months ago at an arboretum we were visiting. The weather was very cold and the mums were indoor, some in vases or arrangement and some were bonsai! Very lovely and photogenic, and you have shown us! :-)

  12. Woohoo. So many chrysanthemums, it is indeed a feast for my eyes. I like chrysanthemum tea. I can even smell the scent of this lovely mums from my desktop. Great job, Muhammad!

  13. amazing chrysanths and garden mums – I love the way you have captured the wildlife on the flowers. Now that I am mastering the skills of the camera I can’t wait to do that too – only there is not much wildlife about. I was taking a photo today as its nice and frosty here and felt something on top of my hat and realised that I had a robin perched on it – once I discovered so did he!

  14. LeSan says:

    I came over to wish you a happy holiday and then was treated once again to these wonderful photographs. They are such a warm and cheerful treat at this time of year. You show them in lush vivid colors and I can almost feel the soft tender petals and smell their lovely fragrance.

    I would like to wish you a very happy holiday. May you be surrounded by family and friends!

  15. MedaM says:

    I really enjoyed in the beauty of those so gorgeous mums of various colors. The flower arrangement of the Pakistan flag is outstanding. This is fantastic chrysanthemum show. Thanks for sharing.

  16. Joore says:

    Flowers are made for loved ones so the special and superb choice is Flowers give flowers and spread love to your loved one!!

  17. junaid says:

    its a wonderful collection of graceful flowers.

  18. Frank says:

    And even in my northern latituds this is also the time to get exited about chrysanthemum – thanks for the beautiful photos :)

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