|Appearances|| Curious Village|
|Other Names||The Golden Apple|
|Voice Actors|| English:|
|Relations|| Baron Reinhold|
|Other|| Luke Triton|
|Occupation||Rightful heir to the Reinhold fortune|
Flora Reinhold is the daughter of Baron Reinhold and Lady Violet Reinhold in Professor Layton and the Curious Village and is the rightful owner of the Reinhold Fortune and by extension, St. Mystere. She now follows Professor Layton and Luke in the first Professor Layton Trilogy. She also makes an appearance in the movie Professor Layton and the Eternal Diva.
Flora wears her hair in a ponytail, held up with a red ribbon. She also has a side fringe. She wears an orange dress, tied with a red bow and a white undershirt. She also wears long, black boots. She is also seen in many disguises. In Professor Layton and the Curious Village, Flora is first seen wearing an orange and yellow hood, with glasses and a green robe. In Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box, she wears the same disguise she wore in Curious Village, but wears a different hood, and sunglasses.
Flora is a sweet, kind and curious young girl. Her curious nature often gets her into trouble, often getting caught by Layton's self proclaimed nemesis Don Paolo. She's also quite shy, usually not speaking even during the most intense situations.
When Flora was young, her mother, Violet, died from influenza. Not long after the Baron had a robot made in the exact image of Lady Violet to look after Flora after he had died. The robot was named Lady Dahlia. The Baron died soon after.
Bruno is the creator and 'janitor' of St. Mystere and the creator of Lady Dahlia. Flora has was always frightened of her, often becoming scared and running away. She waited for some time for the one whom she could entrust her life upon, to which some time later, Professor Layton cracked the riddle of the Golden Apple and took her home.
Flora purposely disguises herself on the boarding of the Molentary Express so that she won't be seen by Professor Layton and Luke. Little do they know, Flora is occupying the room that is next to them in the cabin.
When Tom goes missing, Professor Layton and Luke attempt to find the lost dog only to bump into a mysterious woman in a yellow scarf and green sunglasses on the train's front. This turns out to be Flora, who's scarf blows away in the wind and sunglasses fall off when she drops Tom. Professor Layton and Luke thought it was best not to tell Babette and Inspector Chelmey that it was Flora who had Tom for so long.
In Dropstone, Flora gets divided away from Professor Layton and Luke whilst they are searching for the Livestock Competition. Hence, she is kidnapped by Don Paolo and locked into a barn. Don Paolo disguises himself as Flora to travel with Professor Layton and Luke to Folsense, where they realise that the Flora who is travelling with them isn't the Flora that they know.
Later on in the credits of the game, Flora is seen happy and well whilst the barn is being unlocked.
Flora appears mid-way through the game in Layton's Office in Gressenheller University. She is very angry and hurt at Professor Layton and Luke for not taking her along to Future London. Layton and Luke leave Flora behind yet again after she insists on making them both cucumber sandwiches. Flora later tracks them down when Professor Layton, Luke, Inspector Chelmey and Barton travel to Future London via the Clock Shop. Layton is uneasy at the start, but Flora keeps upbeat throughout their duration in Future London.
After Clive is revealed as the true criminal of the story, he kidnaps Flora and takes her to the Mobile Fortress. She locks her in a machine in the Ventilation Room, Layton and Luke are able to rescue her by solving a puzzle and Flora, Bill Hawks and Luke are flown back down to the ground by Professor Layton in the new and improved Laytonmobile, built by Don Paolo. Professor Layton flies back up to rescue Claire and Clive.
Flora only appears as a cameo in this game, only appearing at the end in the credits, talking to Professor Layton, Brenda Triton and Clark Triton. The photograph is taken a few years later to the events of Last Specter.
Flora appears as a cameo at the beginning of Eternal Diva. When Professor Layton, Luke, and the others go off to chase after Don Paolo, Layton tells her to stay where she is while they begin their chase.
Flora stepmother, Lady Dahlia's Queen's Blood was stolen from The Family and rumour had it that it was cursed. However, this was a rumour spread by Don Paolo to scare everyone away from the Underground Ruins, making it easier for him to claim the land for himself. Later in the credits of the side-game, she is seen with Lady Dahlia in Sasha Park.
 After Answering a Puzzle
- "Here goes nothing!"
- "Cross your fingers!"
- "Hmm, does this sound right?"
 Solving a Puzzle
- "I don't wanna brag, but that was pretty great!"
- "Did you see that?"
- "Take that, puzzle!"
 Failing a Puzzle
- "I got it wrong, really?"
- "Oh, don't look at me..."
- "I'm gonna have to try that one again..."
"The only daughter of a vastly wealthy family, Flora is the mysterious girl who has been running around the village. She lost her mother as a small child and was raised by her father, Baron Augustus Reinhold."
"Flora rigged up this disguise so she could slink around without being noticed. Just about any of the townsfolk can see through the disguise with a glance, but she is convinced that she is incognito." ~Flora Incognito
"The only daughter from a wealthy family, Flora follows Luke and Layton onto the Molentary Express. In her free time, she likes cooking, though most of her efforts in the kitchen have the unfortunate effect of turning stomachs."
"Flora must have thought a scarf and sunglasses would be enough to disguise her identity. Of course, anybody who knows her should have recognised her in an instant, but for some reason, neither Layton nor Luke saw through her disguise." ~Flora Incognito
"Don't be fooled. While this may look like Flora, this is actually Don Paolo in another of his masterful disguises. He swapped places with the real Flora to spy on Luke and Layton. He's such a master of mimicry that he's even got her walk spot on." ~Don Flora
"Layton's protégée and devoted follower, Flora refuses to be left behind on the professor and Luke's expeditions. Her cooking has been known to turn stomachs, but it seems to have improved a bit recently."