Yellow Color Flowers
Bright Yellow Gerbera Daisy Flower
The stems of Daisies are smooth and leafless and support a single flower. Daisy plants have 3 – 4 inch flower stalks. The Daisy leaf texture varies and may be smooth or hairy, narrow at the base and slightly lobed. The Daisy flower stalks are generally longer than the leaves.
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CLASSIFICATION OF DAHLIA FLOWERS
- Single dahlias have blooms with a single outer ring of florets, which may overlap, the centre forming a disc.
- Anemone-flowered dahlias have blooms with one or more outer rings of generally flattened ray florets surrounding a dense group of tubular florets, and showing no disc.
- Collerette dahlias have blooms with a single outer ring of generally flat ray florets, which must overlap, with a ring of small florets (the collar) the centre forming a disc.
- Waterlily dahlias have fully double blooms characterized by broad ray florets that are slightly involute along their length (longitudinal axis) giving a saucer shaped appearance to the bloom. The depth should be not more than one third of the diameter of the bloom.
- Decorative dahlias have fully double blooms showing no disc. The ray florets are generally broad and flat and may be in-volute for no more than 75% of their length (longitudinal axis) or slightly twisted, and usually bluntly pointed
- Ball dahlias have fully double blooms, ball shaped or slightly flattened. The ray florets rounded at the tips, with margins spirally arranged and in-volute for at least 75% of the length of the florets
- Pompon dahlias have fully double spherical blooms, with florets largely in-volute along their length (longitudinal axis).
- Cactus dahlias have fully double blooms, the ray florets are usually pointed, the majority narrow and re-volute for 65% or more of their length (longitudinal axis) and either straight or incurving.
- Semi-Cactus dahlias have fully double blooms; the ray florets are usually pointed and revolute for more than 25% and less than 65% of their length and broad at the base and either straight or incurving.
- Fimbriated dahlias have blooms where the tips of the ray florets should be evenly split or notched into two or more divisions, uniformly throughout the bloom to create a fringed overall effect. The petals may be flat, in-volute, re-volute, straight, in-curving or twisted.
- Star dahlias have blooms with a single outer ring of florets surrounding the disc. Ray florets are uniformly either in-volute or re-volute.
- Double Orchid dahlias have fully double blooms showing no disc and have triangular centers. Ray florets are narrowly lance shaped and either in-volute or re volute.
- Paeony dahlias have multiple outer rings of ray florets surrounding a disc, ray florets are flat or slightly in volute at base and are flat or are to some extent re volute.