The flower itself can come in 8 different flower head forms.
The Pompon grows in clusters of small rounded petals. They look like pinwheels that have very full petals.
Rounded consists of double to fully double flowers with petals that overlap.
Urn-shaped resembles Rounded with overlapping petals. The difference is that the center resembles an urn.
Flat looks exactly as it sounds. It is a flatter flower with large petals that barely overlap.
Cupped looks just like Flat except the petals turn up and the flower looks cup shaped.
Rosette-shaped looks like a giant pom-pom sitting on a stem. It has shorter uneven overlapping petals then Rounded or Urn-shaped.
Quartered-rosette is a fully double flower with uneven flat petals. By looking at the center of this flower, it looks like it is broken into four sections.
High-centered is a semi to fully double flower that gets high at the center.
Make sure that wherever you plant your new shrubs, that they have plenty of room to grow. They do not like to be surrounded by neighbors that are to close.
Enjoy the look and the fragrance your bush will bring to your garden all season long!