The Ichi-Mon-Ji Story
Another name for the "Ichi-Mon-Ji" is the "Imperial Emblem" due
to its close resemblance to the Japanese emperors emblem which is a
Ichi-Mon-Ji Standard (Japan)
(1) The central disc is small with some green still showing. The florets should be even in length. The floret width should be evenly matched. There should be no overlapping florets. When veiwed from above the bloom should be circular in shape.
(2) Each floret should have good width and be free of wrinkles. The tips should be rounded and the overall shape of the floret be that of the hull of a ship.
(3) There should be 14 or more florets. The ideal should be between 14 to 16 in a single row.