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Definition of picotee

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Definition as written by Calalily:

A picotee bloom has a white edge around a solid color flower

Definition as written by Xeramtheum:

Blue Picotee Morning Glory

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Definition as written by Joan:

A specific type of edge on a flower, where the edge is of a different color than that of the flower\'s base color. Picotees can have borders or margins which are lighter or darker, but they should be of a contrasting color.

Definition as written by turektaylor:

The only criterion is that the edge be of a contrasting color as the base of the flower; it can sometimes take bizarre shapes as well as hooks, horns, teeth, bubbles, braids, or fringe. All picotees are edges, but not all edges are picotees. All picotees are picoteed edges. -from the ahs_dictionary

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