- Considering this holds true for all the other Super Training bag Pokémon (except attack bags? is that based on anything?), I'd have to agree that it's likely. It doesn't really seem quite like confirmation, though, which is probably required. --Wynd Fox 05:07, 1 November 2013 (UTC)
Possible Origin In Ariel, The Little Mermaid For Red Florges?
Red Flower Florges' green tail seems to be the same shade as Ariel's, which was actually created by Disney and named "Ariel" in tribute to the character. Red Flower Florges also has purple fringes all over her "hair", while also having a black "bra" on her chest. Ariel has an iconic purple seashell bra, and then there's the red hair on both females and the fact that the mermaid origin is clearly stated in the origin page. --BlackButterfree (talk) 21:05, 7 July 2014 (UTC)
Based on Hyacinths
Florges appears to be based on the Hyacinth flower. Both have a large floral bouquet/head and extra green stalks coming from near their base/feet. A Google image search should confirm this.
In this preview of upcoming episodes, it shows that a Blue Flower Florges will appear. Since it also showed her shadow being cast over a terrified Wooper and (most likely) Ash's Goomy, it will probably appear during a flashback in said episode, supposedly when Ash and his friends are going through Route 14, the one place in Kalos where wild Goomy can be found. Is it okay to say that a Blue Flower Florges will debut in an upcoming episode? --PKMNAdventurer (talk) 01:17, 21 February 2015 (UTC)