Fibonacci flower

Explore stunning Fibonacci flower designs that showcase the beauty of mathematical patterns. Get inspired to create your own unique floral arrangements using the principles of the Fibonacci sequence.
A cool fractal pattern created in petals. Flora, Seeds, Flowers, Flower Seeds, Rare Flowers, Orchid Seeds, Flower Petals, Beautiful Flowers, Daisy

I have always been fascinated by Mother Nature's way of spiraling flowers. When flowers open they usually unfurl in a spiral motion and open. I love watching time-lapsed photography of a flower opening it is so interesting! I used to watch The Wonderful World of Disney when I was small (yes I'm dating myself) and in the opening shots there was a flower that would open really quickly. My Nana always planted Moon Vine plants in a flower pot by her porch. I would wait for her call (she usually…

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Maria C. Diez Restrepo
The florets grow in 2 spiral patterns that conform to the golden ratio and Fibonacci sequence. The first spiral is clockwise while the other is counterclockwise. This occurs due to the adaptation of the flower as a way to optimize the space in the flower. This would also help pollinators to collect more pollen leading to higher productivity of the seeds. Sunflowers went through many years of selection by plant breeders. Genetic drift results in a narrow genetic diversity of sunflowers. Plants, Seeds, Nature, Fibonacci Flower, Spiral Pattern, Growing, Plant, Fibonacci Sequence, Spiral

The florets grow in 2 spiral patterns that conform to the golden ratio and Fibonacci sequence. The first spiral is clockwise while the other is counterclockwise. This occurs due to the adaptation of the flower as a way to optimize the space in the flower. This would also help pollinators to collect more pollen leading to higher productivity of the seeds. Sunflowers went through many years of selection by plant breeders. Genetic drift results in a narrow genetic diversity of sunflowers.

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