C. S. Lewis went into great detail about many aspects of Narnia, but one thing he didn’t was what kind of plant life it had. We know there was a magic tree that had silver apples and a toffee-fruit tree from The Magician’s Nephew, and white water lilies or lotuses from the Silver Sea of the Utter East, and … um, that’s it. Flowers are mentioned in the text, and depicted in many illustrations of Narnia, but for specific kinds, there’s nothing.
So I decided to fill in the gap with some randomgenned ones.
Dryad Blood Iris
Telmarine Toad Marigold
Terabinthian Capped Roses