In The Film
While Alice was following the White Rabbit while the size of an ant she finds herself unable to catch him while she was that small. Then she noticed the most peculiar butterflies, but someone corrects her, saying that they are 'bread-and-butterflies.' She starts to wonder who could have said that since no one was around but her and the flowers. Then she notices a rocking-horsefly, and then she hears someone talk again and starts to wonder if was the rose who said something. Alice says it's nonsense for flowers to talk, but then the Rose says "We can talk." The Iris adds "If there's anyone worth talking to," and the daisy says "Or about." The pansies then tell Alice that they sing too and then all the flowers start to argue on who they should sing about. The rose suggests that they sing "Golden Afternoon" since it's about all of them and soon they all began to sing beautifully, and even Alice herself joins in.
Known Flowers and Insects