While Alice is chasing after the White Rabbit after being shrunk, she runs into a flower garden where she meets a large group of beautiful flowers. During her attempt to befriend them, the children ones exclaim they can sing, and they all want to sing about themselves, but the red rose (the leader) says they will sing "All in the Golden Afternoon" which is about all of them. After the song they try to figure out what kind of flower Alice is. When she replies that she isn't one, they determine that she is a weed and change their attitude towards her, at which they chase her out of their garden violently. Shetries to get her own back by telling them that she would pick them all if she was her normal size, and two daffodils respond by soaking her with water, sending her further away from their garden. They aren't shown again for the rest of the film and cease to exist when Alice wakes up at the end.
Alice in Wonderland Jr.
In Alice in Wonderland Jr., there are only five flowers: Rose, Daisy, Lily, Violet, and Petunia. They make up a typical girl-group called "The Golden Afternoon" and deny Alice's request to join the club because she is a "silly little uncool weed."
The tiger lily makes a cameo in the upcoming Jake and the Never Land Pirates episode.
- "You mean bread-and-butterflies."
- "But of course we can talk, my dear."
- "If there's anyone around worth talking to."
- "Or about." [giggles]
- "And we sing too!"
- "Oh, yes. Would you like to hear ‘Tell it to the tulips’?"
- "No, let’s sing about us!"
- "We know one about the shy little violets..."
- "Oh, no, not that old thing!"
- "Let’s do ‘Lovely lily at the valley’!"
- "How about the daisies in the..."
- "Oh, she wouldn’t like that!"
- "Girls! We shall sing "Golden Afternoon". That's about all of us."
- "Sound your A, Lily!"
- "Thank you, my dear."
- "What kind of garden do you come from?"
- "Oh, do you suppose she’s a wild flower?"
- "Just what species or, shall we say, genus are you, my dear?"
- "Ever see an alice with a blossom like that?"
- "Come to think of it, did you ever see an alice?"
- "Yes, and did you notice her petals? What a peculiar color."
- [sniffing Alice's hair] "And no fragrance."
- [chuckling, as she lifts up one side of Alice's dress] "And just look at those stems."
- [as Alice slaps the Daisy's leaves away] "Rather scrawny, I'd say."
- "I think she's pretty."
- "Quiet, bud."