A double flower has more than one petal whorl (hose-in-hose double), or a stamen whorl that contains petaloid (petal-like) stamens (peony type double).
A darker colored zone on the petals and sepals of the flower just above the throat. Notice that the eye color also appears on the sepals. If the dark color only appears on the petals, it as called a band.
Ruffled is the term used to describe the tissue on a segment's edges, resulting in a wavy appearance. Ruffling may be very loose and deep or tightly compressed
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