BASICS & HOW-TO
Garland chrysanthemum is fairly common in East Asian grocery stores when in season.
In the event that you can’t find garland chrysanthemum, it is easy to grow in cooler climates. Numerous seed companies offer multiple varieties for the home gardener, however it is worth noting that the plant will flower quickly and become overly bitter and unpalatable if grown in the summer.
Because the unique flavour of garland chrysanthemum holds up well to cooking (even in broths and liquids) it is a very popular green in Asian hot pots and stews.