Just like regular roses, Hulthemias come in all types of bloom forms - there are singles, to semidoubles, all the way up to hundred petal types. In working with these, I have seen that the single petal blooms, those having 5 petals, provide the clearest, unobstructed view of the blotch.
While those with many petals, can hide the blotch altogether.
In these, the blotch is only visible by removing the petals.
For me, the most attractive presentation of the blotch is seen in semidouble style blooms, where there are only 10 to 20 petals.
What do you think?