The chrysanthemum shell. Bursts into a dense, spherical pattern of stars, each of which leaves a visible trail as it moves out from the center. The effect is very similar to the flower it is named after.
A Peony shell bursts into a dense, flower like spherical pattern of stars moving outwards from the center, but unlike the Chrysanthemum, it does not leave a visible trace from the center. It's the most common type of fireworks shell.
Denied is a 25 shot 500 Gram cake. Effects are: Brocade crown w/white glittering star; Brocade crown w/green glittering star; brocade crown w/blood red umbrella and green glittering star; brocade crown w/white glittering star; brocade crown w/blood red umbrella and green umbrella; brocade crown w/ blood red umbrella and white glittering star. Altitude of 150 + feet
This is a willow shell. It has a long lasting burst with stars that fall downward. They are typically gold in color. You can buy these type shells in the consumer variety in artillery shell kits, aerial repeaters/cakes and sometimes single shots. They typically reach up to 150 feet.
Planet fireworks is an angle shaped 500 gram cake with 35 Huge Shots. Red and white glitter; green and white glitter; purple and green glitter; yellow and green glitter; and blue and green glitter. Reaching 150 plus feet.