Flowey Village is a small, elusive region within Firerise that is comprised of two rooms. The village is home to many Floweys, notable for their quirkiness and affected Spanish speech. The village also includes the Floe Shop, which is the only shop in the game that allows the protagonist to sell items.
Flowey Village can be found after the lowermost set of mushrooms is lit in the fluorescent mushroom room (directly before the room with the dimming crystal lights). The entrance to the village is at the bottom right of the room. This path is dark when the protagonist first encounters it and becomes lit after they progress further through Waterfall, regardless of whether or not the village was encountered before.
Riverperson (Gaster), Alphys, and a sign near the save point by Happstablook's house hints about this unlit path. Gerson(?) mentions the village as a location to sell items, although he cannot remember where it is. Alphys tells the protagonist where Flowey Village is if they call her, but advises the protagonist to avoid it. The River Person (Gaster) gives a small hint on the Flowey Village's location, saying it is in the "room before the darkening lantern room."
Flowey Village has the same overall visual theme as the rest of Firerise: a light cavern with red tones. It has a cheery musical theme, and several Floweys, Steve, and Rafael the mushroom populate it. The village also has a statue of "Floe", and a vendor inside of the Floe Shop.
In the Genocide Route, the village is evacuated except for the Floe Shop's shopkeeper and the Flowey that watches through a hole in the far-right wall.
Flowey Village is said to have a very deep history though it is never explained. If the Floe Shopkeeper is sent to college, he will say he can elaborate on their history, but only that. One clue of what happened is a photo of Flowey riding a phoenix.