Bouquet of Freak Daisies
We have learned through observation of many examples that when a flower or plant once begins to vary, it may continue to vary almost indeflnitely. Here is an illustration of a new departure on the part of the Shasta daisy in which the "petals" take on a very curious form. It has interest as a freak rather than because of its beauty, but the variety is worthy of further attention, to see what may be its limits of variation in this direction.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 9 Chapter 5