zzFlower Screensaver places an ever-growing flower in the center of your screen(s).
The flower consists of overlapping petals of different sizes and colors that start off small and then continuously spiral outward until your whole screen is filled with moving colors. At a certain point, the graphic starts the entire process over again.
As with all the zz series of screensavers, zzFlower comes in a zip file as a .scr, which is typical of most screensavers. To use it, right-click on zzFlower.scr after extracting it from the zip file and select "Install" or "Test" to preview it before installing. Also, from there, the screensaver settings can be configured, which at this time, there are none included. It additionally lists the current OS that the screensaver is being run on from the configuration menu window.
Because some people have asked about the author both here and on other websites, Javier is a regular visitor and indie developer who creates screensavers and small apps and makes them available to you on MajorGeeks. You may not have heard of Javier before, but MajorGeeks has always supported the smallest of developers since 2001. As always, all files on MajorGeeks are scanned, tested, and reviewed.
You might also consider zzScreensaver Compilation or even the website themed zzMajorGeeks.
Here are his other most popular screensavers: zzStarWars zzAquarium zzSea2 zzPlasma2 zzPlasma3 zzWay