The same molds are normally used for the fronts and backs of the bocages....but flowers are usually not added to the back. That's why we see the flower stalks, but no flowers, at the back.
I have a number of figures with these "leaf mat" bocages in my archive, and collectively I call them the Leaf Mat Group. Some of the figures are relatively small and modest, but others are quite grand. The flowers vary, but I still think the figures were probably all made by the same pot bank. This splendid bull with a "leaf mat" bocage--its coat is striped like a tiger coat--is currently in John Howard's stock.
PS: If you have a Leaf Mat Group figure in your collection, please tell me about it.