Poppies are annual , biennial or short-lived perennial plants that are herbaceous. Some species die after flowering and are monocarpic. Poppies with flowers up to 15 centimetres across can be over a metre tall. There are 4 to 6 petals of flowers of the species (not cultivars), many stamens forming a conspicuous whorl at the center of the flower and an ovary of 2 to many fused carpels. The petals are showy, and some have markings and may be of almost any color. The petals are crumpled in the bud and the petals often lie flat before falling away as the blooming finishes. From spring into early summer, poppies bloom in the temperate zones.
A pattern is a small item creating a seamless picture when its repetition is taking place. Textures vary according to their function from patterns. In general, these are monophonic images which imitate any content. Wood, paper, stone and so forth, for example. Textures may also be smooth, and added to the surface as well.
A pattern will improve the look and feel of the final product. However, to prevent a complicated interface or unattractive outmoded design, one should be wisely hired.
So, flower patterns can be used, as:
- Elements of brand logos;
- Independent unique designs themselves.
As annual or perennial ornamental plants, the flowers of most poppy species are attractive and are widely cultivated. This resulted in a number of cultivars of commercial importance, such as Shirley poppy, a Papaver rhoea cultivar, and Papaver somniferum and oriental poppy (Papaver orientale) semi-double or double (flore plena) forms of opium poppy. Also cultivated in gardens are poppies of several other genera. A few species, mainly as sources of drugs and foods, have other uses. The opium poppy is widely cultivated and international agencies monitor its worldwide production.
It is a geometric symbol usually consisting of nineteen alternating circles, spaced apart uniformly from each other. The pattern created by the circles produces perfectly symmetrical images of flowers. Some representations of the Flower of Life use as little as seven circles inside the pattern, so that the symbol has various variations.