Chrysanthemum indicum is a flowering plant commonly called Indian chrysanthemum, within the family Asteraceae and genus Chrysanthemum. The Indian Chrysanthemum is one of the parents of the famous 'Mothers Chrysanthemum'.
Chrysanthemum indicum grows up to 0.6 m (24 in) by 0.6 m (24 in). It usually blooms from August to October. It must be grown outside under sunlight with moist soil. They normally have yellow or white flowers with yellow pollen. The name Chrysanthemum comes from two Greek words, ‘chrysos’ meaning ‘gold’ and ‘anthos’ meaning ‘flower’. Literally, it means golden flower.