Mineral Class: Quartz
Crystal System: Trigonal
Diaphaneity: Translucent to Opaque
Colors: Pink, Orange, Red, Blue, White, Colorless
Flower Agate is a variety of pale pink Agate and opaque Chalcedony. This stone has been newly discovered in Madagascar and has only been seen crystallized in the form of masses. Flower Agate occurs in several shades of soft pink to cream with saturated color bursts, resembling small flowers, giving it its distinctive name. This type of Agate can appear within white, pink, and orange banded agates, in addition to milky, opaque quartz. Flower Agate is a very eye-catching stone for its lovely colors and incredible formations. It is very fascinating and captivating because of the blossom-like inclusions that symbolize growth.