A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
It highlights the skills necessary to create live sculptures out of plants and flowers. Sustainability is sometimes discussed.
Positive Role Models
The cast members are polite and positive, and the judges constructive.
Sex, Romance & Nudity
References to "nether regions" and "busty parts" of models. A quick joke is made about a real man wearing nothing under a kilt.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that The Big Flower Fight is a family-friendly reality gardening competition from Britain. The contestants are positive and nice to one another, and outside of some occasional mild innuendo that will fly over the heads of young viewers, there's nothing to worry about here.
Is It Any Good?
This colorful competition series reveals the artistry and skills required to create living, environmentally sustainable sculptures. It shows the process by which they are constructed from beginning to end, and highlights the characteristics each must have to win, like strong color patterns, interesting textures, and plants that attract lots of insects.
However, despite each team's effort to outdo the other, the energy throughout the show is pretty low. Even the reveal lacks excitement, despite the use of spotlighting and other effects to make it more dramatic. Avid gardeners (and possibly viewers who like Rose Parade floats) may find The Big Flower Fight interesting. But most who tune in will find themselves wilting after an episode or two.
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