- This card's Japanese name seems to be a reference to:
- Large Pink, a flower known in Japan as Nadeshiko.
- Yamato Nadeshiko, the "ideal Japanese woman", usually portrayed as a calm and collected housewife on a kimono, just like Lotus, this card's owner.
- Interestingly, "Yamato" is also the name of a battleship, like this card.
- Martian Successor Nadesico, a popular anime about a space battleship called Nadesico.
- This card's English name comes from the Dianthus genus.
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