🌸Common Name: Toasted Flower 🌸
🔬Scientific: Carbaceus Laugheralis 🔬
🌼 Family: Carbaceae 🌼
🌎 Discovered by @LaughingFlowerChild & @SlightlyToasty in March of 2018! Found deciduously world-wide, the Toasted Flower has large (3” long) waxy petals in a lovely array of colors. Mostly pastel shades, each petal has different effects on the body when ingested! Symptoms of ingesting this toxic flower may include: Heightened feeling of awareness, increased sense of humor, and a strong appetite for carbs. Assuming a lot of space, Toasted Flowers can grow in very large field-clusters and make wonderful garden companions, as they naturally promote the health of all the plants they are near. 🌺🌸🌼🌻💐🌷🌹
Printed by @BongStickers
Design finalized by @Meganrose.svg!