These are hundreds of colorful "caps" of chrysanthemums, which until the December cold will be the most vivid and most fragrant art object of the former royal residence.
As the press service of the Palace and Museum told the Crimean Travel Portal, the tradition of planting hundreds of chrysanthemum bushes in Livadia every autumn originated in 2012.
"This year, about 800 multiflora bushes with yellow, red, claret-colored, lilac, pink and purple buds were planted, which will decorate Livadia Park until the end of November," the staff members of the Museum noted.
You can see the "autumn ball" and arrange a photo session against the backdrop of this magnificent variegation in front of the main facade of the palace and opposite the main entrance, as well as in the Italian courtyard.
Recall that at the end of October, the traditional, already 69th, ball of chrysanthemums in the Nikitsky Botanical Garden starts. This year, 500 varieties will “dance” on it, among which there will be many new varieties. We talked about it in more detail here.
Address of the Livadia Palace and Museum: Livadia town, 44a Baturina St.