|First issue||27 April 2002|
Flowers originally started out under the name Petit Flower (プチフラワー Puchifurawā?) which was also published by Shogakukan. Petit Flower was founded in 1980 as a quarterly magazine, and became defunct in May 2002. In April, 2004 it was re-launched into its present form. Before ceasing publication, Petit Flower published a number of works by Moto Hagio, including Marginal and A Cruel God Reigns.
Currently Running Manga Series
|Umimachi Diary (海街diary?)||Akimi Yoshida||April 2007|
|Kaze Hikaru (風光る?)||Taeko Watanabe||2002|
|7 Seeds (7SEEDS?)||Yumi Tamura||2002|
|Yume no Mahiru (夢の真昼?)||Akemi Yoshimura||February 2007|
- Akatsuki no Aria
- Anywhere But Here
- Barbara Ikai
- Fushigi Yūgi Genbu Kaiden
- Fuwa Fuwa Police
- Ice Forest
- Iguana Girl
- Lega no 13
- Machi de Uwasa no Tengu no Ko
- Madame G no Yakata
- Piano Doctor
- Shirokuma Cafe
- Shitsuren Chocolatier
- Short Merehen
- Ane no Kekkon by Keiko Nishi
- Otoko no Isshō by Keiko Nishi
- Sayonara Sorcier by Hozumi
- Shiki no Zenjitsu by Hozumi
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- "Fushigi Yuugi's Yuu Watase to Start New Original Work". Anime News Network. June 27, 2008. Retrieved 2009-12-23.
- "Ane no Kekkon vo". manga-news.com (in French). Retrieved December 25, 2014.
- "Otoko no Issho vo". manga-news.com (in French). Retrieved January 20, 2015.
- "Sayonara Sorcier vo". manga-news.com (in French). Retrieved December 27, 2014.
- "Shiki no Zenjitsu vo". manga-news.com (in French). Retrieved November 23, 2014.
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