A flower is composed of a stem and a set of petals. Statically it is a prodigy because such a thin structure supports a very important visual and material weight.

This would already be enough to make them interesting but the purpose of this visual survey on flowers is to represent them as far away as possible from their real image. To what extent is a set of colors and shapes still recognizable as a flower? Is a flower made only of color or does it always require a stem and petals to avoid being mistaken for a car?