A flower with inner and outer segments of different tints of the same basic color. A bitone has lighter outer segments (sepals) and darker inner segments (petals). A REVERSE BITONE has the darker tones on its outer ring (sepals) and lighter coloration on the inner segments (petals)

Bitone photo by Cheryl Harris, used with permission. Cultivar: ‘Banned in Boston’ (Simpson, 1994)

Photo by Tim Fehr, used with permission. Cultivar: ‘Asian Sky’ (Munson, R.W.)



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