Peach blossoms have five petals, some are pink and some are white. The white ones are as pink as white paper; the pink ones are only on the edges of the white petals, with a slight light pink on the branches, and also a deeper one, reaching the roots of the petals.

It has twenty or thirty stamens, a slender body, a round head, and a frail appearance. There is also a pistil, which is taller than the stamens. It is dressed in green and has an enlarged head.

When the flowers bloom into one piece, it is really beautiful. It is light, but the more you look at it, the more interesting it becomes. I want to have pink in the white, white in the pink, and have a fascinating feeling.