Blooms should be fully double and spherical like a ball. Centre should be as high as the surrounding face florets. Florets should be uniform in formation throughout the bloom, involute for most of their length and fully involute, to the extent of edges touching (forming tubes) for at least half their length. Tips should appear to be rounded or blunt. Florets should be compactly arranged without gaps between rows. Florets on the back half of the bloom should not flatten completely, still maintaining the tube effect of involute florets. Back florets should reflex fully to the stem.