"My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece" ― Claude Monet
Flowers inspired Monet more than anything else, and his body of work is a testament to their innate beauty. Monet said it right when he placed the original above his artistic rendition. Flowers exude beauty and it's no wonder they are the preferred decoration at weddings and the number one gift on Mother's day.
Flowers come in an infinite variety of colors. They often combine several of them is perfect harmony. They have amazingly symmetrical features with most of them having three or more identical sections arranged in a circular pattern around their center. They often form a perfect geometrical shape (e.g. pentagon or hexagon). Many flowers also emit delightful fragrances, which have been captured in countless perfumes.
Even Monet, who was in full control of his paintbrush, conceded that his paintings could not match the real life beauty of his colorful subjects. Then, how is it that the random process of evolution could have surpassed a master like Monet? Evolutionists believe that flowers evolved beauty to attract pollinators, but only humans can appreciate beauty, while birds and bees just follow their instincts.
According to Genesis, God created flowers on the 3rd day of Creation. He gave them their colors, symmetry and fragrances, and he did so because he knew that they would please us. It makes more sense to believe that the Master of masters designed the beautiful flowers.