Persona 5 – Large Brightly Colored Flowers

Persona 5 - Large Brightly Colored Flowers

The large brightly colored flowers in the flowers shop of Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal are required to form a bouquet to get Kindness +5. The players have to work at the Flower Shop to raise their Kindness Social Stats.

Persona 5 is a role-playing video game released in September 2016 in Japan and in April 2017 worldwide. It was developed by P-Studio and published by JP Atlus. Persona 5 is the sixth installment in the Persona series. The story takes place in modern-day Tokyo, where a new high school student known as pseudonym Joker is on probation. He was falsely accused of assault. Over the course of time, this new student and few other students awaken to a special power.

They form into a group of social vigilantes known as Phantom Thieves of Hearth. The players fight their enemies using the physical manifestations of their psyche known as Persona. A modified version of this game called Persona 5 Royal was released in 2019 in Japan and in March 2020 worldwide.

As of now, Persona 5 is available on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. Persona 5 Royal is only available on PlayStation 4.

Part-Time Jobs in Persona 5

The players have to work after school hours to earn money and gain points for social Stats. The four Part-time jobs available in Persona 5 are listed below:

  1. Convenience Store (777)
  2. Flower Shop
  3. Need Bowl Shop
  4. Crossroads Bar

Flower Shop in Persona

Flower Shop in Persona

Players are required to work part-time to not only earn money but also points for the social stats. At the Flower Shop, the players must complete bouquet orders. The working hours are flexible; however, one can only apply there if one has Charm Social Stats at level 2 (Head-turning). The flower shop is located in the Underground Mall in the Shibuya Station. This job will give players a chance to increase their Kindness level. It will also pay 3200 Yen as salary.

The wage is pretty decent, and the job is not that difficult. The players have to prepare a bouquet of three types of flowers, depending on the customer’s order. Special orders are placed in the shop on Wednesday and Saturday. The flowers in the Bouquet will be rated between 0 to 2 each, and if the score of all flowers in the Bouquet is more than 5, it means that the customer is satisfied. If the player gets the right combination of flowers in the Bouquet then he/she will be rewarded with a bonus of 4300 Yen and additional +3 Kindness.

The players have to work at the flower shop twice to solve the ‘Who’s Assaulting People’ mission.

Flowers in the Flower shop in Persona 5

Persona 5 Flowers all

There are many flowers available in the flower shop in Persona 5. If the players read and master the Flowerpedia Book, they can easily excel at bouquet commissions. The players can access this Flowepedia book in Shinjuku. The List is given below:

  • Scarlet Rose: A big red flower with a strong scent used to embody passionate Love.
  • The sweetest of Peas: A tiny blue flower used to bring back beloved memories
  • Stinking Olive: A smash orange flower that recalls true Love’s embrace.
  • Gole Gerbera: A big yellow flower that represents adventure
  • Care-Nation: A flashy red flower that is used for the representation of innocent Love
  • Rainbow Sage: A tiny bright yellow flower that brings a happy future
  • Gecko Orchid: A big light pink flower that is given to people who are precious
  • Delightful Lily: A blue flower that represents purity
  • Justice Jasmine: A tiny light blue Flower that can be given to someone who is adorable.
  • Venable Chrysanthemum: A big white flower that evokes faithfulness and truth
  • Fluorescent Freesia: A big yellow flower that awakens innocence
  • Adoration Orchid: A tiny white flower used to confess Love.

The Bouquets in Persona 5

The customers request various types of bouquets at the flower shop. The players have to combine three types of flowers to form these bouquets. The combinations of flowers to requested bouquets by the customers are given below:

  • Large Flowers with Fancy Colors: Scarlet Rose, Gold Gerbera, Gecko Orchid,
  • Flowers to Express Love: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Gecko Orchid
  • Red Flowers: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Gecko Orchid
  • Thank You Flowers: The Sweetest of Peas, Rainbow Sage, Gecko Orchid
  • Celebration Bouquet: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Venerable Chrysanthemum
  • Small Flowers with Soft Colors: Justice Jasmine, Enamored Orchid, Fluorescent Freesia
  • Big Flowers with Little Scents: Gold Gerbera, Venerable Chrysanthemum, Fluorescent Freesia
  • Fragrant and Gorgeous Colored Flowers: Scarlet Rose, The Sweetest of Peas, Stinking Olive
  • Flowers to Celebrate a Friend’s Childbirth: Rainbow Sage, Delightful Lily, Gold Gerbera

List of Large Brightly Colored Flowers Bouquets

Large Brightly Colored Flowers Bouquets

The following List includes brightly colored flowered bouquets:

  • Large Flowers with Fancy Colors: Scarlet Rose, Gold Gerbera, Gecko Orchid,
  • Flowers to Express Love: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Gecko Orchid
  • Red Flowers: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Gecko Orchid
  • Celebration Bouquet: Scarlet Rose, Care-Nation, Venerable Chrysanthemum

List of Large Brightly Colored Flowers Bouquets with Pungent Aromas

The following List includes brightly colored flowered bouquets with pungent aromas:

  • Venable Chrysanthemum
  • Adoration Orchid

List of Small Flowers with Soft Coloration in Persona 5

The following list includes small flowers with soft coloration.

  • Gole Gerbera
  • Care-Nation
  • Rainbow Sage
  • Gecko Orchid
  • Fluorescent Freesia

List of Strong Scented Flowers

The flowers having a strong scent in Persona 5 are given below:

  • Scarlet Rose
  • The Sweetest of Peas
  • Stinking Olive

FAQs

A few FAQs regarding the flowers and the flower shop in Persona 5 are answered below.

Q: Where Is The Flower Shop In Persona 5?

A. The flower shop in Persona 5 is located in the Underground Mall in the Shibuya Station.

Q: Do You Know Which Author Leblanc Borrowed From?

A: Author Leblanc is borrowed from Arthur Conan Doyle in Persona 5 Royal.

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