This charges Ikuno with a peculiarly vibrant, glorious and dignified splendor.
She climbed two in a couple episodes, getting near to the top two: good job!> 4 - Kokoro
Now, let's take a slightly longer step away and we'll find this pretty young lady.
I didn't plan on choosing a flower for each girl (and I won't use the FranXX's names because, as based flower autist would remind us, they represent the relationships) but now that we're at it we could say that Kokoro be the Asian bleeding-heart.
Thinking about the names the reasons for this pick become obvious, so let's have fun imagining another similarity.
In many cultures this flower is also known as "Holy Mary's heart". Now, before you burst into laughter and politely raise doubts on Kokoro's virginity and my chromosomes, let me say that I just want to focus on the iconic motherly side of the matter. It's clear how much Kokoro wants to generate new life, both because of her personal desire to leave something on Earth after her death, and as a noble wish for all humans to build their own lives.
We can also find in her personality traits those commonly associated to the figure of a good mother: she's nice, loving, calm and mature. However, this last trait is actually still a facade, as we've seen by some of the mistakes she's done. So as a child that's trying to be an adult, she sometimes fails at it. But she's learning from it, so good luck with your personal growth, Kokoro!> 5 - Miku
A red poppy! Fields, sun , summer!
There's nothing particularly wrong with Miku. On the contrary, she's fun and responsible.
Yes, she might be a pain to deal with sometimes (poppies are often considered a weed), but her tsundere side is actually reasonably aimed at correcting her partner's flaws. Very forgiving on the important stuff.
Why is she at the bottom then? Because she didn't get enough screentime yet.
Hope we'll see more of you, Miku!
(2/2)Too bad I don't have a gf to whom dedicate a flower.