Almost all plants and organisms
have geometric symmetry, with flowers
exhibiting radial symmetry --
roughly identical petals or stamens
radiating at regular intervals around a center.
Two interesting facts:
1) Flowers have a "symmetry of 5"
more frequently than any other form.
(Petals, stamens, seeds - mostly in fives.)
2) Only very few flowers are asymmetrical.
(No symmetry is the exception.)
Radial symmetry is evident throughout the garden --
the beautiful mosaic water plant,
the bottom of every pine cone,
inside every apple.