The varieties are: Its height is 12-24 inches, heavily branching, the leaves below the stem are pinnate, the leaves of the upper part are toothed.
Flowers resemble field chamomiles of white color with a yellow center. Popular varieties are: It is tall (1.3-3.3 ft), shoots are densely covered with pinnately divided leaves, there are areas with toothed, lanceolate leaves.
As soon as the shoots appear, the garden cloth needs to be removed, the soil is gently loosened and the weeds are removed.
Chrysanthemum rhizome is branching, growing across the ground surface. The leaves of the chrysanthemum are located alternately, simple, but different in size and shape – dedalous, toothed, dissected. The color of the leaves is usually light green, although it may be dark.
Inflorescences are from 0.8 to 4 inches in diameter.