The default pattern is my conception of that Erythronium dens-canis, the "true" dog-tooth violet, looks like. (It is a European species and I have only seen pictures.) You can change the colors to get other versions of the pattern, such as our beloved emblem, the yellow trout-lily, Erythronium americanum, which, where I come from, is called the dog-tooth violet, although it is not even pink. The "dog-tooth" part of the name is supposed to come from the shape of the bulb.

If you right click on the image drawn, you can download it.

If you want to save the settings you used to make it, press the "Export" button and copy them from the text window that will appear and save them in a file.

If you want to use them again later, press the "Import" button and copy them into the text window.

If you want to go back to the initial settings, then, depending on your browser, if may be enough to reload the page or you may need to reopen it in another tab.

Diameter: pixels.
Petals: Shade to: Starting at: %
Lines: Shade to: Starting at: %
Leaf: Leaf Mottle:
Stamens: Stamen band: Pistil:
Border 1: Border 2: Border height: %
Font Factor: %
Text height: × font size
Text color:
Upper Text: Upper Baseline: × font size
Lower Text: Lower Baseline: × font size
Break char: Breakchar Baseline: × font size
Step time:
The text area contains your current settings.
To save them, copy them and paste them elsewhere.

To import saved settings, copy them into the text area and press "Import".
Only the settings specified will be changed.