The Margaret (マーガレット?, lit.: "Marguerite") is one of two members of the Chrysanthemum family, along with the Creeping Chrysanthemum. When hiding, Creeping Chrysanthemums resemble margarets very closely and use this as a camouflage, pretending to be harmless flowers and lying in wait for unsuspecting prey to pass by. The only initially visible differences between Creeping Chrysanthemums and margarets are that the former has eyes on two of its three flowers and the Margaret has four flowers instead of three.
“This plant's delicate yellow flowers often inspire waves of nostalgia, giving a bittersweet feeling to any who gaze upon them.”
“Can be eaten fresh out of the soil, but it's much more flavorful when incorporated into a heavenly veggie lasagna.”
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