Definition of flower show in English:

flower show


  • An event at which flowers are displayed and judged for awards.

    ‘the Glass House plays host to the prestigious annual flower show’
    • ‘A York horticultural society continued more than 200 years of tradition when members held their annual flower show.’
    • ‘Mom had a string of blue ribbons from flower shows across the panhandle.’
    • ‘Towering sunflowers grown by young school children put a giant splash of colour into a community group's 60th annual flower show.’
    • ‘Following a frenetic week at London's Chelsea flower show, local growers returned home, some more delighted than others.’
    • ‘Among the events planned are a flower show, theatrical productions, a celebration of the works of Shakespeare and a carnival.’
    • ‘They breed new varieties of plants and display them at flower shows.’
    • ‘The objective of the flower show was to create awareness among people of the importance of living in harmony with nature.’
    • ‘For 10 years I collected wild flowers usually within or close to Alice Springs which were sent to interstate flower shows.’
    • ‘They were the only Irish florists to take part in this year's flower show.’
    • ‘The next event planned in the area will be a flower show at St Paul's Church all day tomorrow.’
    • ‘During the past few years, orchids have taken the West's big flower shows by storm.’
    • ‘The theme for this year's flower show was literature, so these gardens were related to books and bookshop displays.’
    • ‘A garden designed by a York student will be recreated at one of the world's biggest flower shows this summer.’
    • ‘The Queen Mother and Margaret were both keen gardeners and rarely missed Chelsea, the country's top flower show.’
    • ‘Organisers say this year's flower show will have several new features.’
    • ‘Participation in the flower show is by invitation only from Britain's Royal Horticultural Society and the exhibitors are from all over the world.’
    • ‘The group, which was formed 50 years ago, meets monthly and holds two annual flower shows.’
    • ‘The village fete and flower show was held on Saturday.’
    • ‘In 1929, during its heyday, the park could attract 30,000 people to a flower show.’
    • ‘The flower show had been less of a success as it had been the wettest day of the summer.’