Tomorrow is July 4th! What are you doing to celebrate America's Birthday? With 4th of July's biggest tradition being fireworks, we thought we would share this awesome July 4th Complete Firework Guide! This will be a huge help when trying to figure out which fireworks are which.
Peony - The most common type of firework, the peony shell type is a spherical break of colored stars that burn without a tail effect.
Chrysanthemum - A spherical break of colored stars similar to a peony, but with stars that leave a visible trail of sparks.
Willow - Similar to a Chrysanthemum, but with long-burning silver or gold stars that produce a soft, dome-shaped weeping willow-like effect
Crossette - A shell containing several large stars that travel a short distance before breaking apart into smaller stars, leaving a crisscross effect.
Mine - A ground firework shot from a mortar that expels stars and other garnitures into the stars.
Cake - A cluster of individual tubes linked by a fuse that fires a series of aerial effects. A single cake can have over 1,000 shots.
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Have a happy, healthy and safe 4th of July from everyone at Cables.com!