The flowers are also a huge part of the presentation. The arrangement (depicted on the left as well as above) consists of the flowers chrysanthemum (yellow), stonecrop(pink), and agrimony(long, with tiny red flowers if you can see!). The sensei (teacher) described the arrangement for tea ceremony to be different from the generic Japanese flower arrangement, which is structured for the purpose of aesthetic appeal. For tea ceremony, it should be the style of no ni aru hana (flowers in the field), or as natural as possible. It's also important to mention how the flowers in the room are a "living calendar," indicating the season.