psychedelic flowers in bathtubs

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I'm translating a book about an American musician (forgive me for not revealing the name and title, but I'm not sure if the Polish publisher would want it, although I'll be glad to supply this information after the translation is published), who is talking about the hippie revolution in San Francisco, and there's this sentence: "Our attitude was that even though we loved the principles of the hippies, we didn’t wear flowers in our hair or put psychedelic flowers on our bathtubs". I wonder what those psychedelic flowers were - some kinds of hallucinogenic plants or simply flower compositions that looked psychedelic, or something else altogether? I'll be grateful for suggestions.
  • Parla

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    English - US
    The "on" says to me that they were something on the outside surface of the tubs, which suggests that they were painted or glued-on decorations.

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