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Flora is one of the founding members of the Winx Club, being the third Winx girl introduced after Bloom and Stella, and is an alumna of the Alfea College for Fairies as of The Secret of the Lost Kingdom.
- Main article: List of Flora's Outfits
Flora is a young tan-skinned Latina woman with long light-brown hair that has visible blonde streaks with bangs framing on eithr side of her face and narrow hunter-green eyes.
For Season 1 and most of Season 2, Flora wears a bright yellowish-green off-the-shoulder smock top with puffy sleeves that exposes her midriff, a pink faux wrap short skirt decorated with strawberries of a darker shade with a thin yellow belt that hangs midway down the skirt, two sets of yellow bangle bracelets on each arm (in some occasions, she wears two purple bangles and a yellow green set too), and pink platform sandals with fuchsia-colored flowers by her ankles. She also wears large golden hoop earrings.
For Seasons 2 and 3, Flora wears a pink short-sleeved shirt with a darker pink trim and puffy sleeves with dark pink polka dots, a fuchsia sash over a layered red skirt with maroon shorts underneath, pink knee-high socks and red platforms shoes to match her skirt. She retains her large golden hoop earrings and also wears a green choker tied neatly around her neck with a bow, as well as two bead bracelets around her right wrist; one green and one pink.
For Season 4, Flora wears a small pink sundress with lime-green straps, a matching lime-green ribbon that wraps around her waist just below her chest, and a floral print that makes up most of her dress and comes in white, green, yellow, pink and fuchsia. She also wears green platform heels that are secured to her feet by pastel pink ribbons.
For Season 5, Flora wears a pink, soft jagged-edged, sleeveless shirt with a grass green vest, as well as a sharp-edged layered skirt that alternates between pink with white trim and fuschia with green trim all topped by a pink belt with a square silver buckle, and knee-high fuchsia-colored boots with lime edges and green high heels. Her hair is also now tied up into a ponytail by a pink headband with a bright green bow.
For Season 6, Flora wears a small royal blue coat/vest with a starry plaid pattern over a white dress shirt; the collar possessing a black tie wrapped around it neatly, ending in a bow. She also wears a pink skirt with a small blue bow on the waist, purple and pink striped leggings and blue heels with black bows on the toes. Her hair remains tied up into a ponytail much like her appearance in the previous season but it is held up with a big pink bow that leans more towards her right side instead. She also wears a small starry bracelet around her left wrist.
For Season 7, Flora wears a green short-sleeved wool top with dark blue trim over a pale pink button-up dress shirt with a dark blue tie accompanied by a pink flower pin worn around the collar, a pink skirt with a dark blue plaid pattern and trim, green socks that are partially folded over to keep them at knee-high length, and dark blue shoes with pink soles, laces and a pink and dark blue plaid pattern on the front to match with her skirt. Her hair is no longer tied up and she wears a pastel green headband. Her dress shirt is also only half-tucked into her skirt.
For Season 8, Flora wears a lilac-colored shawl decorated with a white floral pattern over a long-sleeved, fuchsia-colored shirt almost long enough to be considered as a dress, which ends in a pastel pink skirt and pale pink ruffles at her sleeves. She also wears pastel blue, knee-high socks with a white lace trim and brown boots with the same white lace trim and faux-fur around her ankles. Similar to her appearance in the prior season, as well as the first four, Flora keeps her hair down and wears a lilac-colored headband that has a purple layered flower on the left side.
World of Winx
Flora's civilian look for both seasons of World of Winx consists of a small short-sleeved light blue hoodie with lighter blue flowers across the chest worn over a white dress shirt, a skirt in various shades of pink and white, sparkly silver leggings and strapply pink heels. She also wears six different bracelets on her right wrist and always has one long strand of hair hang off the right side of her face that often rests on her right shoulder. Occasionally, she can be seen sporting a small, square pink handbag/purse.
- Main article: List of Flora's Outfits/Fairy Forms
As the self-proclaimed Fairy of Nature, many of Flora's Fairy Forms retain a flowery theme to them; namely that of a pink rose. While pink stands as the signature color of Flora's various forms with green as an accent, some forms have the colors reversed with green as the primary color and pink as its accent.
World of Winx
Flora is shown to be a very calm, soft-spoken, caring, sweet, shy and genuine girl who loves plants and vegetation of all kinds. Being interested in experimenting with her plants, Flora became the potion master of the group who specializes in brewing and creating remedies and medicines from the uses of her magical plants. Due to her gentle and caring personality, Flora is strongly connected to nature and loves helping people. She is shown to have a sensitive personality to the point where she would instinctively care for her friends as well as her plants when they are in distress.
Flora is the most mature member of the Winx as she possesses a deep sense of love, peace, happiness and tranquility. However, it is shown that Flora has an insecure side to her personality as she would have problems believing in herself at times. Her insecurity would sometimes cause her to hide most of her feelings to the point where she would have problems expressing them. Flora is one of the most diligent student at Alfea and is cautious of her actions. Although she has a calm and nice personality, she at times gets very angry at her enemies which can cause her to act quickly and show a more aggressive side of herself. This is seen a few times through the series.
As an older sister, she is shown to be quite overprotective who often forgets that people do mature and can protect themselves. Miele often has to deal with this side of Flora whenever the latter suspects a mission to be too dangerous. In this case, Flora has demonstrated some level of ignorance as this attitude tends to hurt Miele's feelings.
In the second season, Flora develops a crush on Helia, whom she has trouble talking to. She bonds with Chatta, the Pixie of Gossip and the two make a lovely pair, giving a perfect example of the phrase, "opposites attract", as Flora, being very shy and quiet, is the exact opposite of Chatta, who is a very noisy but likable chatterbox.
She, alongside her friends, also make a new friend, a fairy named Aisha. Although Flora's relationship with Aisha is a little shaky at first, they later become best friends when Aisha offers to help Flora get together with Helia by finding out if he has feelings for her. Aisha does this by sneaking over to Red Fountain.
Flora receives her Charmix with the help of Chatta, by telling Helia that she likes him, on which he responds that he likes her too in The Time for Truth. When the Winx Club and their boyfriends go to Lord Darkar's Fortress to save Bloom, Helia and Flora have their first kiss in Face to Face with the Enemy. At the end of the series, she also assists the other Winx girls in defeating their foe, Lord Darkar.
In the third season, Flora and the rest of the Winx went to Linphea to get the water in the stream to cure Faragonda after she was attacked by Valtor and turned into a tree. Meanwhile her little sister, Miele, went along with the Winx. When the Trix arrived, they were about to attack Flora, but Miele jumped to save her and went down in the stream and Flora sacrificed herself to save Miele. Thus earning Flora her Enchantix. She soon went along with the Winx to destroy Valtor.
Flora and the Winx Club become teachers at Alfea. During an obstacle course that the Winx Club presented, she became injured. Alice was wrongly accused for the setting of the party bomb and was expelled. Flora insisted on seeing her, but instead encountered the Wizards of the Black Circle. She was attacked, but recovers.
Flora travels to Earth with the rest of the Winx in search of the last earth fairy, Roxy. Flora gains her Believix after Roxy reveals to believe in the Winx Club and their magic. Flora becomes good friends with Roxy, teaching her how to use her powers. Her romance continues with Helia. Flora works the medical station in the Love & Pet shop.
Later in the series, Flora confronts and fights Diana, Earth's Major Fairy of Nature whose powers overshadow Flora's. Flora struggles fighting Diana's spells, but with Helia's encouragement, overcomes Diana, though with much difficulty.
She and the rest of the Winx Club later battle the Wizards of the Black Circle/Fairy Hunters in a final confrontation at the Omega Dimension, and by combining with the other Winx and Nebula with their Believix Convergence spells, the Winx overpower and repel the Wizards' joint attack powers back at the Wizards themselves, therefore, the Wizards legitimately became successfully defeated, as well as became frozen solid there permanently. In the final scene of the Season 4 finale, she is seen flying with the rest of the Winx Club into the sunset in their Believix forms, presumably back to Magix.
In The Lilo, Flora is seen training with Professor Palladium and the other Winx before she and the others are called to go see Ms. Faragonda about a mission regarding an intensely powerful and magical plant of Earth. After they arrive in Gardenia where she senses the Lilo and then pinpoints them to its location. When Flora locates the Lilo in the mall, the Trix intervenes and she along with the other Winx must fight them. When the Trix make a diversion to stall the Winx and go after the Lilo, Flora follows Icy and stops her from grabbing the flower. When Stormy and Darcy come and capture Macy, Flora rescues her. In Return to Alfea, we can see her in Alfea, waiting for the Specialists. Later as they come, Helia makes a special origami for her. Suddenly Flora meets Krystal a freshman fairy who tells her that she and Helia were good friends when they were younger, afterwards Krystal took Helia so they could catch up leaving Flora upset.During a battle in the Magic Archive, she is seen fighting. Later, Krystal and Flora took Helia outside due to him being injured by one of Darcy's attacks.
She helps the rest of the Winx find the Sirenix Book and earn Sirenix Boxes. Because of a jellyfish that had been polluted because of Tritannus in the Ocean of Solaria, she becomes a statue, but was returned back to normal again afterwards by Stella using the Gem of Self Confidence and receives it as the first gem.
In Trix Tricks, for the first test for the Gem of Courage, she Stella and Musa headed to Linphea where Flora bonded with the gatekeeper Desiryee. There, Flora defeated the Flower of the Depths which Tritannus' pollution got to. She along with the rest of the Winx earned their Sirenix in "Sirenix" and entered the Infinite Ocean along with their Selkies.
In Listen to Your Heart Flora along with the rest of the Winx (minus Bloom) were playing a volleyball game against some other girls including Princess Krystal, who was on the opposite team. After the Winx lost, Helia was about to go over and speak to Flora but was interrupted by Krystal who came up and hugged him. Flora saw this and looked very upset and left. When she returned to her and Bloom's room, she told Bloom that she thinks that Helia wants to be with Krystal and started to cry with Bloom comforting her. Soon Tecna enters the room and tells Flora to tell Helia how she feels face to face.In Battle for the Infinite Ocean Flora and the Winx were having breakfast in the Alfea Breakfast Hall. While the rest of the Winx were enjoying their breakfast, Flora had been sad for the rest of the meal as she is still upset with Helia for his previous actions. When the rest of the girls left to go to the Alfea Dance Studio for some exercise, Flora stayed behind for a bit. But while she was alone, Princess Krystal came up to Flora and asked her if they could have a talk about Helia. Once they were alone, Krystal apologized to Flora for coming between her and Helia, Krystal tells Flora that she and Helia are just friends and that Helia is really in love with Flora. Flora walks off unconvinced, saying she wish she could believe that. The scene changes to Flora and the rest of the Winx dancing, but while the rest of the girls were dancing gracefully Flora made a few slight slip-ups and looked quite tired. Later, the rest of the girls found out that if they danced before the mirror and open their hearts it will give them a magical pair of ballet shoes. Seeing how easily everyone else had gotten their ballet shoes only upsets Flora more and decides to leave. Bloom and the others stop her, telling her that they know why she is sad and that she should try it out anyway. Flora then dances before the mirror where she is struck with a sad thought about Helia, suddenly someone releases a stream of living origami birds that start to fly around Flora. It was revealed to be Helia, he then comes towards Flora, and takes her hands and they share a heartwarming hug, Helia tells Flora that she is the only one he truly loves and they start to dance together. Soon Flora earns her ballet shoes and she and Helia begin to levitate both dancing on air. At the end of the season, she and the rest of the Winx perform a song on Andros, in front of the landgoers and mermaids.
Flora first appears in the dorm when she arrives. Later, the Winx go off to Magix to get something to eat, but when they do so Bloom is talking to her mother (Knut appears and the Bloom follows him). Then Winx then go to help her, but the Trix are already attacking her so they transform but are too weak so Stella teleports them back to Alfea.
Flora is then talking to Griselda and Ms. Faragonda, who are saying they will take their magical powers until the return from their trip. Flora and the Winx later find out that the Trix are at Alfea and are there to take the Dragon Flame, so they have to fight a monster the Trix conjured up, and later when Ms Faragonda arrives, she stops the Trix's monster, and talks to them and then sends them back to Cloud Tower. Miss Faragonda then gives the Winx their magic back.
Flora is in this special along with the rest of the Winx. It starts with all the girls leaving for spring break. Bloom wants to know more about her family so she goes to Cloud Tower to find out more. Flora and the rest of the Winx are worried when Bloom does not come back the night before. The next day, the Winx go out to search for Bloom. Flora uses a Super Pollen spell to point the Winx in the right direction. They find Bloom and Mirta trapped in a block of ice. They free them and are trapped in a twister. But after beating the Trix and getting free, Mirta is turned into a pumpkin and Flora says she will see what she can do. Meanwhile, Bloom decides to return home and the Trix tell her that Daphne is her sister and they take her powers.
While in the tower Bloom finds what appeared to be the Dragon Flame, only to be confronted by the Trix, who were stopped by Miss Griffin, who not only got out of her cell thanks to Riven and Brandon, but managed to put the Trix in one of their own: a barrier followed by a granite cage. Icy was extremely cheesed off and her temper, combined with the release of her powers was enough to break Miss Griffin's barrier. Sky decides to create a diversion to stop the Creatures of the Dark so Miss Griffin gives him a Wind Rider. Bloom volunteers to go with Sky while the witches, Stella, Brandon, Riven, and Knut went inside the portal.
Musa, Flora, and Tecna wanted to know where Bloom was but Stella told them that she and Sky should be at Alfea now. Musa, Tecna, and Stella encourage Flora to change Mirta back from a pumpkin. Flora tried and successfully turned Mirta back. Because of the Trix attacking, Flora was sucked into a twister and became momentarily knocked out. The rest of the Winx pulled Flora into their circle for a convergence spell. After the battle is over, a party is held at Alfea.
After defeating the Trix, the girls and the Specialists hung out for awhile at Alfea. The Specialist then returned to Red Fountain and Flora sensed a presence in the trees and told Bloom, who went to go check and discovered Aisha, who then passes out from exhaustion and trauma. When Aisha finally awakens, Flora takes care of her. Aisha then explains her situation to the Winx, but only Stella, Bloom and Aisha went to rescue the Pixies.
Upon seeing their safe return, Flora happily greets them and bonds with a Pixie named Chatta. She then learns another enemy threat approaches the realm of Magix and that a new teacher will being joining the school, Professor Avalon. The next day, while eating at the dining hall at Alfea, Flora receives a flower from Professor Avalon like everyone else.
When Flora and the rest of the Winx went to the new Red Fountain. There, the group - minus Bloom - were introduced to Helia, the new Specialist. He shows Flora his drawings of the birds and her comment on them was enough to gain Helia's interest. Later, while the group was resting, Flora was seen sitting alone and received a drawing of herself from a paper airplane, making her smile. This was enough to cause her to write Helia's name in her notebook, daydream about him in class and present yellow flowers to him at his window.
And soon enough, the Shadow Phoenix reveals himself to be Avalon and was able to kidnap Bloom. The Winx and Specialists departed to the Shadow Phoenix's lair. After arriving, the group separates to cover more ground and while the girls were walking about the lair, one the Phoenix's shadow creatures tries to prevent their mission from succeeding. However, Faragonda, Griffin and Codatorta intervened and told the girls to get going while they deal the monster. The Codex Pixies opened the portal to the Relix and the Winx entered it. The girls tried to stop the Phoenix but he overpowered them by suspending their movements, Flora is now forced to watch Bloom as she finishes the chant and granting the Phoenix ultimate power. It seemed that all hope was lost until Sky was able to free Bloom from his control. With Bloom back, Flora and her friends converge their powers and ended the Shadow Phoenix once and for all.
The threat was finally over and they celebrate their success with a party at Alfea. Flora poses for group picture with Helia, signifying the start of their new relationship.
Flora and her friends (minus Bloom) graduate from Alfea. Upon receiving a jewelry box containing her diploma, Flora officially becomes one with nature and is designated the guardian Fairy of her home world, Linphea. Her friends undergo the same rite of passage and afterwards, Flora spends her final night at her dorm room in Alfea with her friends before moving on to the next phase of her life.
As the months pass by, however, Flora and the others eventually visit Earth where Bloom is depressed over her still-incomplete Enchantix powers and not knowing how to find her missing birth parents. Along with the rest of the Winx Club, Flora decides to accompany Bloom on her quest to find her birth parents and restore her home planet, Domino. After a brutal fight with the Ancestral Witches, Bloom and Sky defeat them and eventually restore life to Domino and all of its inhabitants, including Bloom's parents. At the end, Flora attends the celebration of Domino's restoration and Bloom taking her rightful place as the heir to the throne, last seen dancing with Helia.
Flora and the Winx (minus Bloom) confront and fight off the Trix during Alfea and Cloud Tower's orientation. When she and the Winx Club go to Domino, she introduces herself to the guards as Princess Flora (although in Season 5, it is revealed that Krystal is the princess of Linphea).
Flora then goes to Gardenia along with the Winx and stays at Bloom's adoptive parents' house for awhile. She and the others lose their all of their abilities because the Trix destroyed the positive energy of all good magic.
World of Winx
In World of Winx, Flora works for a new reality talent show called WOW as a talent scout alongside the rest of the Winx. As the six of them scout for talented young people for the show, they are also investigating a string of strange incidents where talented individuals are being kidnapped by someone the Winx have dubbed as "The Talent Thief." Oddly enough, Flora's talent is cooking (possibly referring to how she was often considered as the potions expert of the group), but she is able to bond with a few of the talents due to her caring nature like she does with Naoki and Vincenzo.
In "The Talent Thief," the Winx go about their usual business and manage to scout Annabelle, a shy waitress with a natural talent for singing. The Winx help Annabelle realize her dream of singing for a crowd, but during the night of her performance, many strange things occur: the Winx gain a strange new power and Annabelle suddenly goes missing. Realizing that this newest kidnapping may be the work of the Talent Thief, the Winx decide to focus all of their attention onto finding Annabelle. They end discovering that Annabelle had been taken to the World of Dreams where she is being kept along with the rest of the missing talents and, as they try to rescue Annabelle and the missing talents, their job as talent scouts begins to give them much more unneeded pressure. To make matter worse, the Winx end up being pursued by Evans and Gómez, a pair of detectives who believe that the Winx were responsible for Annabelle's abduction.
In "The Monster Under the City," Flora shows how much of a tactician she can be as she is the one who comes up with both of the plans that the Winx end up using to pursue a new enemy known as the Crocodile Man. She is also the one who actively tracks the Crocodile Man (next to Tecna) by channeling the hidden feelings of nearby plants. It is thanks to Flora's clever planning that the Winx are able to keep Naoki safe as well as figure out how the Magic Watch works, even after the Crocodile Man's escape.
In the following episode, the Winx travel to Paris in search of a talented stylist named Sophie to protect her from the Crocodile Man. To convince Sophie into starring on WOW, Stella engages in the Couture Challenge, where Flora models Sophie's finished product. Later that night, she and the rest of the Winx (excluding Stella) are made to model Sophie's latest Made in Paris collection to help her kickstart Fashion Week in Paris.
Afterwards, in "The Fashion Week," the Winx infiltrate the Paris School of Fashion to crash the Parisian Fashion Week Party being held inside to monitor in imposter masquerading around under Sophie's appearance as the real Sophie was mysteriously taken into the World of Dreams by the Crocodile Man the night before. After uncovering the imposter's identity as a shadow monster, the Winx return to the Parisian Fashion School to scout out and protect Nadine before the monsters can kidnap her. They are successful in defeating the shadows and keeping Nadine safe but, because they had left the camera-drones behind, they are forced into a talent show Ace had put together as payback. For this little contest, Flora is made to dance for the crowd but her nerves overtake her and cause her to try and hide behind her arms.
In the episode "The Chef Contest," Flora is partnered up with an arrogant chef named Vincenzo alongside Tecna for the Cooking Challenge. She and Tecna have trouble getting through to Vincenzo until he storms off-stage after losing the first round. With Tecna's help, Flora is able to make Vincenzo realize that his dishes are not as perfect as he believed them to be. Once he is ready to listen, she encourages Vincenzo to use ingredients that make him feel positive things as opposed to Tecna's more logical reasoning. It is thanks to their advice that Vincenzo is able to win the Cooking Challenge and he later thanks the two of them by giving them his special rainbow ice cream recipe.
In the next episode, "The Shaman," the Winx and Lorelei travel to Beijing in search of a fierce new talent named Yu. During Yu's final match against the modern-day Shaman, she is whisked away in a puff of red smoke, which prompts the Winx to exit the Light Tiger Palace in search of her. To help speed up their search, Flora makes contact with a nearby bush, which shows her a vision of a barely conscious Yu being put to sleep with golden dust as the Shaman calls for a portal into the World of Dreams. Seeing all she needed to, Flora informs the rest of the Winx of her vision and the six of them fly into the forest to stop the Shaman. Unfortunately, they are too late, as Yu had been whisked into the World of Dreams by the time they reach the Shaman, and the Winx are left to combat the mysterious sorcerer.
The Winx's battle with the Shaman continues in the next episode, where he is finally captured once Flora binds him to a tree with her vines. With the Shaman now under their mercy, the Winx interrogate the Shaman back at their Winxmobile, where Flora acts as the group's lie detector by looking into the Shaman's eyes to see whether he is lying or telling the truth. Flora confirms that the Shaman had not been lying to them throughout the interrogation, but he was withholding important information. Unfortunately, their interrogation is interrupted by Lorelei trying to enter the Winxmobile and, after a chaotic scuffle, the Winx lose the Shaman. However, they cannot dwell on this, as they experience yet another vision triggered by their Dreamix that leads them to London in search of Madelyne, a young musically-gifted girl. While in London, the Winx are successful in helping Madelyn realize her dream and protecting her from the Shaman. Afterwards, they travel to Santa Monica Beach under Lorelei's lead.
In "Dangerous Waters," the Winx try to relax as they let Lorelei make a fool of herself on live TV, but find themselves incapable of doing so as they are too bummed out by not being able to do so with Bloom, who is still working solo. They are quickly pulled out of their collective funk by Ace, who is much more eccentric than usual, as he has them participate in a treacherous water ski race to Mako Island against a group of five muscle-bound men known as "The Sharks." During the race, The Sharks attack the Winx, revealing themselves to be dangerous pirate ghouls in the process, which forces the Winx to go into their Dreamix to properly defend themselves. Luckily, they are able to beat back the pirate ghouls into fleeing into a portal to the World of Dreams, revealing that they had been sent by the Queen of the World of Dreams, and things only become worse once Lorelei outs them for being fairies, having seen the whole fight play out from a small rowboat. No one believes her claims and Ace promptly fires Lorelei, finally getting her out of the Winx's hair. With nothing else to do and Lorelei gone, the Winx decide to have some beach fun in Santa Monica until their next Dreamix Vision.
In "Shadows on the Snow," the Winx are informed of Bloom's plans to seek out someone who can fix the broken Magic Watch with Jim, a man who they originally thought was the Talent Thief. Though they are reluctant, the Winx ultimately agree to let Bloom go with Jim to Switzerland and, as if by coincidence, experience another one of their Dreamix Visions leading them to find a pigtailed girl in Switzerland as well.
Once in Switzerland, the Winx seek out Silke, a young snowboarder who aspires to become the next snowboarding champ but lacks the skills needed to do so, which leads them to suspect that their Dreamix Vision may have been wrong. However, their doubt is quickly turned into confusion once the Queen's shadow monsters appear from the surrounding forests, clearly targeting Silke. To properly combat them, the Winx lure the shadows back into the forests to transform and, during the fight, Flora, Tecna and Musa are engulfed in a shadow tornado until Stella breaks them out. Once all the shadows have been defeated, the four fairies regroup with Aisha and watch as Silke gets herself disqualified from the International Snowboarding Competition and voted off of WOW. Due to the fact that their Dreamix Vision still led them to her, the Winx cannot bring themselves to simply ditch Silke, and so they begin to pool their efforts into figuring out what her true talent is.
Luckily, thanks to Silke being voted off, the Winx get the chance they have been needing to focus all their energy on rescuing the kidnapped talents as Ace has WOW put on hiatus into the Finals. While Stella remains insistent on ditching Silke, believing her to be talentless, Flora is quick to remind everyone that the Queen still sent her shadow monsters after her, which proves that she has a hidden talent that just was not snowboarding.
After getting a distress call from Bloom on Stella's Winxwatch and witnessing Silke fixing it with ease, the Winx have the young girl lead her up the mountains to her uncle's home. During the trek, the Winx ultimately reveal their identities as fairies to her when Flora saves her from plummeting to her death when the bridge just outside her uncle's home is destroyed in a mysterious cyan explosion. She also uses the same vines she used to rescue Silke as a makeshift bridge so that they could all make it to her uncle's home.
Upon finally reaching the home of Silke's uncle, the Watchmaker, the Winx find that it deserted until Evans and Gómez come out of their hiding place to inform them over Bloom and Jim being ambushed and forced into the World of Dreams by a gang of Zombie Pirates and their leader. At the same time, the girls recover the Magic Watch but find that it had been broken, so Silke lets them all inside the Watchmaker's castle with a spare key to get her uncle to repair it.
After braving the Castle's defense mechanisms before Silke disarmed them, the Watchmaker descends to meet his niece and be introduced to everyone she brought with her. The Winx then present the broken Watch to the Watchmaker to see if he can fix it only to have their hopes dashed when he proclaims that he cannot thanks to its complexity. Luckily, a determined Silke learns how the Watch was constructed, fixes it and hands it back to the Winx who use the repaired Watch to open a portal into the World of Dreams. As the last one to step into the portal, Flora waves goodbye to Silke.
In the season finale, "The Fall of the Queen," the Winx find themselves on one of the beaches within the World of Dreams where they are quickly attacked by the Crocodile Man. During the fight, the Winx are able to make him flee into the forests and chase him until they find themselves trapped within a magical labyrinth that adapts to their movements. Upon learning from Tecna's findings that the labyrinth is made up of plant-like organisms, Flora taps into her affinity for plants and nature to communicate with them, during which she is met by the Spirit of the Forest and persuades the Spirit to look inside her heart to see if she is being sincere.
After communicating with this Spirit, Flora relays to the Winx that the labyrinth possesses a fairy-like energy much like their own and suspects that the Queen may have tried to corrupt it once before. She then informs the girls of what she tried to do and soon enough, the Forest Spirit welcomes the Winx, wishes them well on their mission and clears their path by shifting the labyrinth in a way that would lead them directly to where Bloom should be. The girls then head down the path laid out for them to rescue their friend.
Soon enough, the Winx arrive in front of a strange budded tree where they rescue Jim just before he is devoured by the Crocodile Man and promptly combat all the Queen's henchmen. The Winx emerge victorious against the Queen's henchmen and are soon faced by the Queen of the World of Dreams herself. During their fight, the Winx quickly pick up on her ability to steal other people's talents and use them for her own gain as they see her doing just that with Annabelle's voice, Yu's Kung Fu and, ultimately, Bloom's fire magic, which the Queen uses to defeat them. With no strength left to fight back, the Winx are forced to endure the torturous ringing of the Queen's magic bell until Bloom swoops in to save them. As they recover from the bell's ringing, the Winx divert their attention to the talents who are being mysteriously released from their budded prisons.
Afterwards, the Winx return to Earth with all the rescued talents for the WOW Finals now that the Queen and her henchmen have fled.
Starting this season, the Winx no longer work for WOW as talent scouts, but as pop stars instead. They have been rising in fame and popularity during their years touring the world but, unfortunately, with that fame came Venomya, a relentless music critic looking to end their careers, notably through sabotage and disproportionately negative "reviews" of their concerts.
In Issue 110: The Magical Valley of Linphea, it is revealed by Flora herself that she first met Helia within the Shimmering Flowers Valley on her homeworld when the two of them were children. Becoming fast friends, the two would often play hide-and-seek but Flora was never able to find Helia. One time, she could not find him and started crying, believing that he had left her, and would not stop crying until Helia jumped out his hiding place to hug her and assure her that he would never leave her side.
Flora makes her debut in The Castle just after orientation at Alfea ends having already unpacked her things in her new shared dorm. She apologizes for still having a few things lying around on the floor when Varanda accidentally steps on her Talking Plant, and introduces herself as Varanda's new roommate.
Flora quickly gets acquainted with the rest of her roommates—Tecna, Stella and Musa—but is interrupted when another one of her plants starts attacking Kiko. Remaining as the gentle, understanding girl she is, Flora recognizes Kiko's hunger and uses a few magic seeds to grow him some carrots to eat. This gives Stella the idea for them to have lunch out in the the nearby city, and the five fairies happily set out to do just that as their first time hanging out.
While out in the city, Flora can be seen enjoying herself, mainly finding humor in Varanda's exasperated expressions over mundane things like levitating cars. They eventually settle down at a café for ice cream, and later move to a public fountain to wait for Varanda as she makes a phone call to home. While waiting, Flora and Stella reassure Tecna that she is not at fault for upsetting Varanda, suggesting that she may have gotten lost. She continues to wait with Tecna and Musa as Stella leaves to look for Varanda but, when Stella takes too long in her search, Flora and the other two find the Solarian princess on the ground in a nearby alleyway.
The four fairies head further into the alley as per Stella's orders, and find Varanda being frozen alive by a trio of witches from Cloud Tower. Afraid that they may end up killing Varanda, Flora, aware that she would be no match for any of the witches, launches a magic blast to distract them from their friend. She, Tecna and Musa then get knocked back when one of the witches reflects her spell, but Flora ends up being successful in her distraction, as she was able to divert the witches' attention away from Varanda long enough for the redheaded fairy to free herself from the block of ice she was encased in.
Once the witches have fled, Flora and the girls circle around Varanda to check if she is alright, only to end up with more questions when Stella repeatedly calls her "Bloom." Stella then goes on to explain everything to her, Tecna and Musa as they attempt to sneak back into Alfea undetected, only to be stopped by Griselda and Headmistress Faragonda right at the front door of the dorms. Luckily, Faragonda allows for Bloom to stay at Alfea, and the girls head up to their dorm to rest.
In the following issue titled The Secrets of Alfea, Flora appears in her shared room with Bloom. She can be seen watering some of her plants as the fire fairy tries to repeat the exercise from an earlier class with Professor Wizgiz. Though she laughs at how badly Bloom manages to get the hair-changing spell wrong, Flora has one of her plants catch her mirror when she throws it away in frustration, and promptly hands it back. She then joins Bloom and Stella by Bloom's bedside as the redhead asks her friends why they decided to come to Alfea in the first place.
Both Flora and Bloom glower down at Stella when she gives a self-absorbed reason, which prompts her to "change" it to make it sound more optimistic. Flora then reveals to Bloom that she decided to come to Alfea because she wishes to learn many new things above all else. However, when she asks Bloom for her reasons, she is unable to come up with any.
The next day, Flora joins the Winx in on breakfast in the school's cafeteria where, just as Bloom arrives late, Faragonda announces the upcoming Traditional Meeting Dance that is scheduled for later that night. Naturally, such an event causes the cafeteria to erupt into various conversations, with Flora being particularly excited over how the boys from Red Fountain, a nearby all-boys military school, will be joining them.
And so, later that day, Flora and the Winx begin preparing dresses that they plan to wear for the Dance. In fact, they are in such a rush that Flora has already become impatient with Stella hogging the mirror and lamenting over how terribly her ribbon got twisted. She tells Stella to move out of the way as she also needs to see if her dress is on right, but Stella simply dismisses her, even more so when Bloom fixes her ribbon. Luckily though, before Flora looks like she is about to blow a fuse, Stella moves out of the way, leaving the mirror free to use. However, just as she gets to use the mirror, she and the Winx must rush down to help decorate the ballroom, so she, Stella and Tecna quickly change back into their normal clothes and head out, leaving Bloom behind to catch up with them when she is ready.
Flora is seen later in the ballroom just as the Traditional Meeting Dance is about to begin, where she fawns over how cute the Specialists look before Bloom grabs hers and the Winx's attention and tells them of the spell the Trix have concocted to sabotage the Dance. Thankfully, the girls are able to cast a joint counterspell to dispel of whatever spell or curse the Trix put on the Specialists' trunk of gifts just before it is opened and presented to the other Alfea Fairies. With the witches' plans thwarted, the girls decide to use the Dance as a way to celebrate their latest victory.
In the beginning of the following issue, Flora can be seen listening to each of her friends' tales of how the Dance had played out for them. Unlike them though, none of the Specialists at the Dance seemed to have caught her interests as Tecna had an interesting first meeting with the awkward but equally smart Timmy, Musa found herself attracted to the standoffish and mysterious Riven, Stella played a flirty game of cat-and-mouse with Prince Sky, and Bloom already had her eye on the humble and shy blonde squire, Brandon. Regardless, Flora does not appear bothered by that fact, appearing to be more eager to hear her friends' stories and continue helping them out in their classes, like she does during their outdoor training exercise the very next morning.
Unfortunately, Flora's easygoing kindness makes her a bit of a pushover as she does nothing to stop Stella from accepting Sky's offer for a joyride despite being in the middle of class and seems to be more compliant in covering for her than Musa and Tecna, as both had to be guilt-tripped into doing so. However, she is not happy with being made to cover for Stella and she is the one who proposes that Bloom go with Brandon to look for her and Sky before they run the risk of getting caught.
As the situation with Stella and Sky escalates, Flora, Tecna and Musa are presumably given some sort of pass as they do not appear to be in any sort of trouble by the time Bloom returns to Alfea with Stella by sunset. Flora continues acting as a mediator of sorts for the group (mainly between Stella and Tecna) by pointing out a positive result in Stella's otherwise reckless actions: that the whole ordeal has brought out Bloom's powers, which prove to be extraordinary enough to work on trolls despite none of them having gone through proper training to do so yet. However, even she remains mad at Stella's actions, as she jumps at her and starts up a pillow fight when Stella swoons over Sky by insisting that she may be unable to refuse him if he offers to take her out again.
Flora's bond with her new friends continues to grow from that point on as, in A Friend for Bloom, she comes to learn of each of their reasons for choosing to attend Alfea and hear the full story of what led Bloom to Magix. The issue afterwards, Prisoner of the Dark, also shows Flora and the girls worrying deeply for Bloom when she accidentally upsets Bloom to the point of running away, leading to her going missing and being trapped within a tree by the nefarious Trix. Luckily, it is thanks to the Winx's care for Bloom that sets her free and even allows for the tree she had been trapped in to bloom and flourish again.
After Bloom lands herself a waitressing job in A Job for Bloom at a café in Magix called the White Horse, Flora, the Winx and Specialists begin to use the café as a regular hangout spot for their weekends and days off to show their support.
Nothing substantial happens to Flora alone as she continues playing the supportive, almost motherly role within the group as they continue going on various misadventures while trying to get through school. In cases like in The Swamp Monster, she tries to help the girls understand and appreciate both sides of nature (beautiful and scary), while, in instances similar to the beginning of Heart of a Fairy, she will act as the soft voice of reason for the girls; often bouncing off of Tecna's more rational and sometimes harsh reasoning.
One such instance occurs in The Revelation when Bloom and Stella become so devastated and heartbroken about the truth surrounding the two boys they had come to love to the point where they refuse to leave their rooms to eat. Thankfully though, Flora, Musa and Tecna are able to coax the two out of their rooms to go for a walk by the lake to lift their spirits.
Flora makes sure to check on her two friends during their walk and, when the girls run into the Specialists, Flora openly worries over whether leaving Bloom alone would be a good idea given her emotional state. She only leaves Bloom and Stella to deal with Sky and Brandon to board the submarine with Tecna, Musa and Timmy after Tecna convinces her that their two friends need to be left alone to properly sort things out. Though, even during the submarine ride, Flora worries for Bloom and hopes that Sky will manage to find the right words to say to her so that things will not become worse between them.
Things quickly become hectic when a monster emerges from the lakebed near some sunken ruins the group uncovered, which prompts Flora into releasing a few magical seeds to grow into vines strong enough to bind the mysterious monster for long enough to allow Timmy to steer the submarine back to the surface safely. Flora and her friends then rush back to Alfea upon realizing that the monster is being drawn to the school for unknown reasons but, even when they make it in time and try to combat it, the monster simply saps everyone of their magic—everyone except Bloom.
Realizing this, Flora, the Winx and even the rest of the Alfea student body and faculty, join their magic with Bloom's to finally destroy the monster. Unfortunately, it all ends on a more somber note as Bloom, despite being the key to defeating the magic-absorbing monster, takes it upon herself to leave Alfea and go back to Earth, believing that she has no place in Magix. And so, with no real way to convince her to stay, Flora and the girls bid Bloom farewell, assuring her that she can always count on them and even come back.
By Dragon's Flame however, it seems as though Bloom has given up on her dreams of becoming a fairy, as she has been gone and has not tried contacting any of them for two weeks.
The girls try cheering themselves up by spending the rest of the day out in Magix City, however, they learn from Greta, Bloom's old boss, that she had been followed by a witch with strange, wild hair while leaving. Flora, Tecna and Musa are immediately left behind when Stella frantically teleports herself to Bloom's home in Gardenia upon realizing the witch in question to be Stormy, which naturally causes Flora to worry for Bloom's safety as Tecna and Musa try to assure her that Stella was simply overreacting at the chance to see Bloom and convince her to come back to Alfea.
Later on into the night however, the situation is revealed to be much more dire than any of them would have suspected as, when Stella returns to Alfea with Bloom in tow, Flora and the girls learn that Bloom is the princess and sole survivor of the lost kingdom of Domino, and that, as its last royal heir, she was in possession of the all powerful Dragon's Flame, which the Trix had stripped from her during her leave. To make matters worse, the Trix had already taken over Cloud Tower and have demanded that Magix surrender to them or face their wrath by the time the Winx have learned of and attempted to warn Faragonda of the situation.
To turn the situation around and stop the Trix from conquering Magix, Flora and the girls journey to the frozen wasteland of Domino to learn of a way to help Bloom regain her lost powers through the school's Simulation Chamber.
The Winx run into a few snags during their trek in the form of a giant Snow Monster and almost lose Bloom, but manage to uncover the frozen remains of the realm's royal palace. Additionally, when they all enter the palace, they are met by Daphne, the disembodied spirit of Bloom's older sister who had been watching over her since she was sent to Earth as an infant, and learn that Bloom's birth parents are still alive somewhere within the Magic Dimension.
With Bloom's resolve now restored, the girls seek a way off the frozen wastelands and, as if on cue, are rescued by the Specialists, who were notified of their trip. Unfortunately, during the ride back to Alfea, the girls learn that the Trix had destroyed Red Fountain and cleared out all of Magix City while they were away; leaving Alfea is the last oppositional force standing.
Once they get back to Alfea, Flora, Tecna and Musa stay behind to help defend the school alongside the surviving Specialists and faculty members while Bloom, Stella, Sky, Brandon and Knut attempt to sneak into Cloud Tower to allow for Bloom to steal her powers back. The Winx wish each other good luck with one big hug before splitting off; Flora transforming into her Winx alongside Tecna and Musa to fend off the encroaching Army of Darkness.
The War for Magix extends into the following issue, as the girls later gain the help of the Cloud Tower Witches and faculty when they manage to escape capture from the Trix. However, with Bloom still missing, the Winx have no other options but to continue fighting, hoping that their friend is on her way with the Dragon's Flame back in her possession.
Their prayers are seemingly answered when, just as the Trix make their appearance on the battlefield, so too does Bloom having fully regained the powers that were once lost to her. With their hopes restored, Flora and the girls transform once again to aid Bloom as she is kept busy dealing with the Trix's leader, Icy, and it surprisingly does not take long to put Darcy and Stormy down. Eventually, Bloom is able to defeat Icy, subsequently defeating the entire Army of Darkness and saving all of Magix. The Winx then welcome their friend with open arms as she returns to Alfea confident in her abilities.
In Moonlight, it is revealed that the Winx's memories of both the War and their constant run-ins with the Trix that had lead up to it were all copied into a DVD series that Faragonda plans to use as material for a class concerning the dangers of misused magic. Flora begins reflecting on all the hardships they faced during what was supposed to be their freshman year, and later joins the girls in cheering Bloom up, believing their bond to have grown stronger than ever before.
Additionally, for having played key roles in the War for Magix, the Winx are awarded a special mission in the mountains to collect moonlight from Crystal Lake and though she is excited, Flora believes that Faragonda gave them the mission for an express purpose, so she reminds the girls that they must not let the headmistress down, especially when she allows them to conduct said mission with the Specialists.
Despite acting all stern, Flora plays her usual role as soft mediator to both the Winx and Specialists on the day of the trip; starting even as they board the Specialists' shuttle when she is seated in between Musa and Riven, who begin arguing with each other almost immediately after the latter makes an off-handed comment about their mission being nothing but "girly business." In fact, during their ride to the base of the mountains, Flora tries to help Musa understand that Riven is only acting out to get noticed as she believes all boys to be, but she does not seem to be able to help alleviate the situation as Musa confesses to believing that Riven only acts the way he does specifically because he believes himself to be better than everyone else.
Flora cannot do much else to help her friend as, by the time Musa admits to this, the group makes it to the base of the mountains and comes across a small village shortly after landing. However, the group is quickly driven out of the village the moment they reveal their intent of climbing the mountains on the day a full moon is scheduled to appear, leaving them with no other option but to keep moving forward. To make matters worse, a strong hailstorm quickly blankets the mountains right after the group is too far from Darkstone Village to go back for shelter and, in their struggle to find shelter in the forests, Flora is separated from Stella, Brandon, Musa and Riven as she, Bloom, Sky, Tecna and Timmy get lost.
Flora's group ends up walking a narrow ridge just beside an overflowing canal and try to keep themselves together by tying a rope everyone their waists, but their safety plan almost causes them all to be dragged into the canal when Timmy loses his footing and causes both him and Tecna to fall. Thankfully though, just as it looks like all five of them are going to slip into the canal, a young man appears sliding down the cliffside behind them and helps them pull both Tecna and Timmy back to safety. The man then introduces himself as Karel, a lone woodcutter, and though he is still a stranger to them, Flora persuades Sky into accepting Karel's invitation to spend the night in his cottage after saving two of their friends. Though, despite being almost eager in accepting Karel's hospitality, Flora remains wary of the young woodcutter as she appears worried over his strict rule of them leaving first thing in the morning and never coming back.
And so, later into the night as her friends settle into Karel's home, Flora sits down with Karel to thank him for stepping in when he did, as well as for providing them with shelter for the night. She then goes on to question if he minds living all by himself, making note of how Darkstone Village was holding a party he could have gone to earlier that day, but Karel remains silent. She then takes notice of the iron bars keeping all of his windows locked shut but, before she can say anymore, Karel reiterates that they need to leave first thing in the morning, presumably ending the conversation as, by morning, Flora does not say much else.
After her friends leave and they find and regroup with Stella, Brandon, Musa and Riven, Flora reveals that she had been thinking about Karel since the moment they left his cottage. Though Stella believes it to be due to her getting her heart broken, Flora confesses to have been getting a strange feeling from the young woodcutter, unable to shake the feeling that he really is very lonely.
Regardless of how she feels though, Flora and her friends find Crystal Lake and camp out to wait for the full moon. When it rises to the fullest, she and the Winx harvest the moonlight from the lake and decide to trek down the mountain since the light of the full moon makes it bright enough for them to see everything. However, just as the group begins heading down the mountain, they are attacked by a pack of wolves gone crazy thanks to the full moon.
As the Winx run down the mountain having been made to leave the Specialists behind to fend off the wolves, Flora gets separated from her friends as two wolves slip past the Specialists' defenses to chase after her. Flora comes across Karel's cottage and rushes for it, begging for Karel to open up so she can escape the frenzied wolves.
Just when she believes that all is lost, the front door of the cottage creaks open, allowing Flora to slip inside and close it shut on the wolves, but something is still off. In fact, all the lights in the cottage remain off as she is told that she should not have come back. Still trying to see Karel's face, Flora pulls out her vial of concentrated moonlight, only to accidentally trigger Karel's transformation into a werewolf.
As she pieces all of Karel's strange behavior together, Flora is backed into a corner of the cottage as Karel tries to fight off his animalistic urges to keep from attacking her. With no other options, Flora manages to scrounge up enough magic to create a barrier made of thorny vines to block Karel off and make her escape. As she does so, she apologizes to Karel all while trying to keep from crying. Eventually, Flora makes it to the base of the mountain, reunites with her friends and heads back to Alfea with their mission declared as a success.
The next day, Flora immediately begins studying up on Karel's condition, believing there to be some kind of magical cure for it. Additionally, Flora had made it so her thorny vines would bloom by the time the full moon passed to remind Karel that she would eventually come back into his life to truly help him.
Flora falls back into the background for the rest of the season as she continues going on various misadventures with the Winx, like their journey to the prison realm of a forgotten king in King Nobody, and, on occasion, the Specialists, like halfway into Dragon's Land.
World of Winx
Flora, as the Fairy of Nature, has nature-based powers. Flora's strength relies on her surrounding environment. If she is in a dark area, her power is weakened, but if she is surrounded by nature, she can maintain her strength much easier. Flora can create binding vines and walls of vines, as well as blasts of flowers and pollen, either as offensive attacks or a diversion. She can also control forests and manipulate the earth and its energy. Flora is able to hear the voice of nature speaking to her, more so than in an instinctive manner that all Alfea Fairies are taught. Rather, she is able to use her magic to listen to the voice of the forest. This skill has also proven to be a disadvantage at times, as the destruction of nearby nature will cause excruciating pain to her and weaken her own self and her ability to focus her magic properly, even her flight. Flora can also create huge vine barriers to trap her enemy or protect those surrounded by it. Flora has shown developed abilities of controlling the forces of nature such as controlling the seasons, feel the emotions of the environment(ie plants and animals), and even summon both plants and animals in Mission at Cloudtower. She also has a connection with wind capable of summoning powerful breezes. Flora has demostaretd many times that she can release/control many fragrances that can be used to repeal an enemy or calm them down seen in Stella's Big Party and Mission for the Prime Stars.
Flora can talk to plants, bring them to life, help them grow, and nurture them when they are sick. Other related abilities are controlling the earth will(seen when she was able to smash a boulder with her mind in The Lost Library, altering plants by manipulating their growth pattern, and establishing communication with nature. Flora is able to give life to other things such as when she used her magic to turn the Fairy Pets into living creatures. Flora has displayed a healing ability mostly used on those who have recently experienced physical trauma. Her magic is green in color.
Flora also knows some basic, first-level spells that all fairies can use, such as telekinesis, transmuting objects, and fixing minor messes. Flora is shown to be gifted with potion brewing as she was able to come up with a reversal elixir to undo the Treants.
Flora still maintains her status as the Fairy of Nature and thus, retains her nature-based oriented powers and draws power from the nature of her surroundings. She can conjure up vines to bind her enemies, which is even a specialty of hers granted by her Dreamix powers, rescue others if necessary, and release blasts of flower petals. However, her powers seem much more limited as, more often than not, her vines will fail to keep an enemy restricted.
As a nature fairy, Flora can directly communicate with various plants and she showcases this ability numerous times like when searching for the Crocodile Man and Yu in multiple episodes or by communicating with forest spirits. Her powers are further amplified upon gaining Onyrix, as she is granted the ability to travel through the shared root system of plants from one place to another. She also has the ability to sense living aspects of her surroundings more so than any of the Winx, as she was able to discern the cave of the Enchanted Swamp was a living creature in the episode "The Alligator Man." Additionally, through the use of her special Onyrix Power, Flora is capable of restoring any damaged nature back to the time when it was more glorious and healthy. Flora still maintains her control over plants mainly by manipulating vines, but she is also capable of seeing through the point of view of plants, control forests more specifically calling forth branches as well as intense winds, and capable of conjuring food(mainly fruits and vegetables). She displays the ability to shoot green energy beams in The Alligator Man.
However, being so heavily connected to nature as she is comes at a price, as Flora can be heavily injured if she is unable to connect with the surrounding nature due to it dying or already being dead. As shown in the episode "A Flower in the Snow," Flora experiences internal pain at the loss of any surrounding nature and gets severely weakened from it, even to the point of being rendered powerless unless the nature is brought back.
Additionally, it is revealed in the first episode of the second season that the Winx's powers, Flora's included, are generated from dreams and thus, are closely linked with the World of Dreams. According to the Spirit of the World of Dreams, the Winx would lose their fairy magic should the World of Dreams fall into ruin.
Uses of Magic
- "Dancing smoke, out of my hands. New life invoke, obey my commands." - Used to revert Mirta to her normal self but failed.
- Exaggero Catenas - Used to enlarge cats.
- "Roots, bind that monster fast fast!" - Used to bind a monster.
- "Roots and vines, the monster will bind!" - Used to bind Kerborg.
- "Growing things, protect our school!" - Used to tie Bloom up with flowers but failed.
- "Glitterize!" - Used to calm a magic storm.
- Birthday: March 1
- Astrological Sign: Dryad
- Favorite Color: Pink
- Favorite Hobby: Reading and taking pictures of plants and flowers
- Ideal Boyfriend: Helia, my boyfriend! He's sensitive and poetic
- Best Friend: Aisha
- Favorite Movies: Romantic... super-romantic movies!
- Loves: Giving advice to the Winx and keeping my room tidy.
- Favorite Music: Classical
- Favorite Spell: Giant Vines
- The name Flora means "flower" in Scottish, Latin.
- According to Iginio Straffi, creator of the Winx Club series and franchise, Flora's appearance was modeled on the actress Jennifer Lopez.
- Straffi has also claimed that Flora was his favorite Winx fairy in an interview.
- Flora's name is derived from either the scientific term flora, used to designate all plant life found in a certain region, or from Flora, the Roman Goddess of Flowers and Spring. The word flora itself comes from the Latin word flos, meaning flower. It could also be a play on the word floral.
- In relation to the Roman Goddess, Flora gains spells which reference the four main seasons of the year farther into the series. These include:
- Flora also shares her name with a fairy from the Disney adaptation of Sleeping Beauty.
- Flora's villainous opposite is most likely Stormy, as Flora is calm and passive while Stormy is overly aggressive and hostile. Concerning their powers, at their core, Flora's represent the earth while Stormy's represent air and the sky.
- Flora is seen with Bloom and Stella more than any of the other girls, despite Aisha being her best friend within the group.
- Both Flora and Musa are a straight-A students in every subject.
- During the early planning stages, Flora was supposed to wear a pair of big, round glasses and her hair was meant to be lilac/light purple rather than caramel brown.
- Despite those changes, her overall appearance remained relatively the same.
- It is possible that Flora's hair changing from caramel brown to pink while underwater in her Sirenix is a reference to her initial hair color.
- Despite those changes, her overall appearance remained relatively the same.
- Flora appears in every single episode excluding the first episode of season one.
- In the 4Kids dub, Flora had her own promotional short called "Flowers with Flora."
- Flora's home address is 23 Fantasy Road, as seen in the book English with Winx.
- Flora has green and pink leaves effect when she attacks in Season 4 (Cinélume and Nickelodeon) and green flowers effect when she attacks in the Nickelodeon specials. She also has green butterflies effect when she attacks in the last episode of Season 2 and the first episode of Season 3 (Cinélume & 4Kids).
- Out of the Winx girls, Flora has the most spells; most of which focus on healing or are defensive rather than offensive.
- She also has the most known Mythix spells out of all the Winx.
- She and Chatta have the same voice actress in the Nickelodeon dub.
- Flora is the only Winx member to earn her Charmix after their vacation in the Wildlands.
- Her Charmix bag also hangs from her shoulder thanks to a strap instead of hanging around her waist like the other Winx's Charmix bags.
- She also does not have a mouth close-up during her Charmix transformation.
- Flora and Aisha are the only Winx members to earn their Enchantix in their respective homeworlds.
- Flora is the only Winx member to use her special Sirenix spell, Flower of Sirenix, exclusively in 2D.
- Flora and Bloom are the only Winx members to have siblings.
- In the episode "Professor Avalon's Secret," Flora states that her favorite color is purple.
- Flora gains both her Enchantix and Bloomix by saving her sister, Miele.
- Her final pose in Magic Charmix and Believix are same.
- Flora is the first Winx, and possibly the first fairy, to earn her Bloomix. She is also the first Winx to earn her Bloomix individually.
- Flora, Tecna, and Musa (except in the 4Kids dub) are the only Winx who are not princesses.
- After Bloom and Galatea in Season 3, Flora becomes the third character whose wings have been frozen by Icy.
- She is the only Winx to have a sleeveless uniform in Season 6.
- Flora's first DuArt voice actress, Eileen Stevens, also voices Kalshara and acts as the narrator.
- Flora and Aisha are the only Winx fairies who have not (yet) been turned evil.
- The first one was Bloom as shown in Season 2 when she's corrupted by Lord Darkar.
- The second was Roxy in the "Nebula" when she is possessed by Nebula.
- The third was Tecna as shown in "The Sirenix Book" when she was turned into a robot.
- The fourth was Musa as shown in the "Secret of the Ruby Reef" when she was turned into a monster by Tritannus.
- Stella is the fifth Winx to turn evil as shown in "Queen for a Day," when she's hypnotized by Selina's Magic Mirror.
- There is a color pattern going with Flora while undergoing new transformations, with her fairy outfits alternating between pink and green. Her Winx/Charmix, Enchantix, Believix, Harmonix, Mythix and Tynix are pink, her Sirenix and Dreamix are in both colors, her Bloomix, Butterflix and Onyrix are green; the last of which being a much darker shade of green.
- Coincidentally, Flora's necklace in her Dreamix form resembles her Tynix Bracelet.
- So far, Flora is the only member of the Winx to have never experienced a romantic relationship outside of her relationship with Helia in the comics.
- Flora is the only member of the Winx whose Believix Power is shown in the comics; specifically in Issue 103.
- The watchword in her bedroom is "NATURE" and it is there to recharge her energies after a long day spent with her Winx friends.
- Flora and Tecna are the only Winx girl whose memories as children or infants have never been shown.
- In some couture artworks and the recent Winx dolls, people frequently mistake Flora for Bloom and vice-versa as the two look fairly similar at first glance.
- This is most likely due to the two having similar designs and Flora's lightened skin tone in the Fairy Couture style makes it harder to tell the two apart.
- Flora's Season 8 voice actress, Brittany Pressley, also voices Tinkerbell and Annabelle in World of Winx.
- For the 4kids seasons, Flora has used the quote “sweetie” a lot.
- In Season 8, like with other Winx, Flora's catchphrase is "Wonderful".