In the previous post, we crocheted the front 3 petals. Now, it's time for the final 3 petals.
Rnd 3 (back petals). * Sc in next Rnd-1 ch-3 sp (crocheting behind Rnd-2 petal), ch 1, sc in next Rnd-1 ch-3 sp (crocheting behind same petal), (ch 1, dc 1 ) 3x in Rnd-2 ch-1 sp, ch 6, sk 1 ch st, sc 1, dc 3, tr 1, (dc 1, ch 1 ) 3x in same ch-1 sp, repeat from * 2 more times (3 petals). Join to 1st sc of rnd.
I think the easiest way to "sc in next Rnd-1 ch-3 sp" is to turn the daylily over. The first picture shows the first sc of the round in progress -- preparing to draw a loop through the ch-3 sp.
Then, keep the daylily turned over. "Chain 1 and then sc 1 in the next ch-3 sp". The next ch sp is in a clockwise direction from the previous one -- since we're working on the wrong side of the daylily.
This completes: "Sc in next Rnd-1 ch-3 sp (crocheting behind Rnd-2 petal), ch 1, sc in next Rnd-1 ch-3 sp (crocheting behind same petal)"
For the petal itself, turn the daylily so the right side is facing and start working in a counterclockwise direction again.
The petal is worked almost the same way petals from the previous round were.
To make matters easier, you'll be starting the scallop part of the petal by crocheting into a ch-1 sp from the second round (instead of crocheting into a dc from the first round).
"(ch 1, dc 1 ) 3x in Rnd-2 ch-1 sp" is the first half of the scallop.
"sk 1 ch st, sc 1, dc 3, tr 1" is the top part of the petal.
Finally, "(dc 1, ch 1 ) 3x in same ch-1 sp" completes the petal.
Then, it's time to turn the flower over and start again.
After the third petal, all that remains is to:
"Join to 1st sc of rnd."
"Fasten off and weave in loose ends."
The last picture shows the flower from the wrong side just before fastening off.