The other day I was surprised by that four-leaved clover in one of my flower-pots! No teasing and no glue up there! So unusual! I think the clover wanted to say "only one more" too!
1 - Climb up to the last round with a SR: 3-3/3-3
3- then tat 4 SR more, these SR are all equal: 3-3/3-3, they're all the same all around
4&5 - one SR, then with SH1 one Ring joining the first picot to previous SR (all rings are all 3-3-3-3, so I won't repeat this again), then another ring joining the first picot to previous ring and the central picot to the yellow flower, then another Ring just the same
5 - with SH2 one Ring (you would reverse work here, tat the ring then reverse again to continue)
6 - with SH1 one SR, joining both side to previous rings. Then 3 SR, then start another SR (part of next little daisy), with SH1 one ring joined to previous ring and to the yellow flower, then with SH1 another similar ring. With SH2 (reverse work) 2 rings. (Reverse work again) Tat the last SR of the little daisy.
7 - continue with 3 SR (with SH1), another daisy mirroring that one in pics 4&5, then four SR again. Part between yellow flowers: tat one SR with a long picot on the flipped side (the same gauge, 1/2" plastic stick used horizontally), then another SR with normal picots.
Then to connect this SR chain to previous round: one Ring, join the central picot to previous round at the base of the central ring just over the petal. Then with SH1, without reverse work, one SR joined to previous SR with normal picots and another SR joined in its not-flipped side to previous SR with the long picot. Then 4 SR more.
Restart from pic 4, all around the contour.