8001—8015 PEONY Dahlias: At least two, but not more than five rows of ray florets surround the disc. Ray florets are broad, generally flat to slightly cupped and evenly spaced in a flat plane. Ray florets are equal or nearly equal in length from the bloom face to the back, not recurving or reflexing to the stem. Ray florets adjacent to the disc may be twisted or curled, but if present should be symmetrically arranged around the disc. Ideal depth is less than one-third the diameter. Disc flowers with 0 to 3 rows of pollen are desirable.