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The Flower
Katakana フラワー
Sign Sun
Hierarchy The Earthy
Magic Type Western Magic
Temperament Docile
Important Events
Episode 10
Chapter 7
Episode 54
Chapter 34

The Flower is a Clow Card with the power to manifest all varieties of flowers. It is aligned under The Earthy.

It is also one of the original nineteen cards from the manga series.


CCS EP10 - The Flower

The main body of The Flower.

Flower appears as a playful, young woman in a frilly, tiered gown with baggy pants underneath. Her hair is dressed in signature, corkscrew pigtails. A floral symbol appears on her forehead and chest and flowers dangle from both of her ears. She also wears corsages on both her wrists and ankles.

As a Sakura Card in the manga, a star appears in the center of the floral symbol on her chest and on the toes of her slippers.


Flower is shown to be quite the celebrator, having great enthusiasm for any festivity, as she made an appearance during the field day at Tomoeda Elementary. She also appears to be quite ditsy and frivolous, as she was so occupied with her enjoyment that she never noticed the damage she was causing; and when Sakura appeared to seal her, she showed no animosity and instead proceeded to waltz with her.

Magic and Abilities[]

Flower Magic: Flower has virtually no practical uses outside of her master's enjoyment. Flower's main ability is to manifest whatever kind of flower her master desires.

Fortune Telling: All Clow Cards have the ability to help their user predict the future. Their method of fortune-telling is similar to that of tarot cards. The interpretation of the message the Clow Cards relay depends on the magical power of the user.


Clow Cards arc[]

Flower was captured in Episode 10 when Tomoeda Elementary School's athletic festival day was held. Flower was adding flower petals since at the start of the program to when Sakura's and Tomoyo's parents are competing in a race, increasing in number as time goes on. Sakura deduce that the rain of flowers must be work of a Clow Card and decided, along with Tomoyo's suggestion, to ask Kero about the situation. With the help of Tomoyo, Sakura was able to find and capture Flower in the school building's roof. Sakura then uses Flower to give Fujiwata and Sonomi some flowers to stop them arguing.

In the manga, Sakura uses Flower as diversion against Rika who was possessed by The Sword card.

Sakura Cards arc[]

Flower Henshin

Flower Card transforms in episode 54

Flower is transformed in Episode 54 of the anime/Volume 8 (Chapter 34) of the manga. Sakura used it to create a bouquet of Nadeshiko flowers to give to her great-grandfather.

When Sakura travels to the past with The Return card in Episode 68, she sees how Clow Reed uses Flower to make a cherry tree blossom.

Clear Cards arc[]

Flower, like the other Sakura Cards, turned "clear" (blank) and are rendered powerless.

It is later revealed that the Cards were with Syaoran in order to protect Sakura magical powers had grown enormously and that this could be detrimental to her. With the collaboration of the cards, who also wish to protect Sakura, Syaoran is able to rewrite the contract of the cards, replacing Sakura’s name on them with his name and allowing him to utilize their powers, which essentially makes him the new master of the cards.

When the Cards pass under Syaoran's possession, they receive his Moon powers and appeared the Crescent Moon symbol in their forms. The cards moved by their love for Sakura and their desire to protect her. Left with Syaoran through a spell arranged by his mother to prevent Sakura's powers from growing further while creating the Clear Cards; but doing so is extremely exhausting for him and takes longer than desired. However, when the world is rewritten by a taboo magic, the cards return to Sakura's possession as if they had never left.

Appearances in Other Media[]

The Flower appears in the Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle manga, being part of Suzuran's troupe in Shara country.



  • The kanji at the top of the card: 花, (Pronounced 'Hana') means 'flower', 'blossom', 'bloom' and 'petal' in Japanese.