Viewers of the eight-part series are promised they won't see anything created on this show in your local florist (although we beg to differ given the talents of our Direct2florist designers!).
"It sounds mad, it is mad," explains Natasia Demetriou, who co-hosts the show with Vic Reeves. Each week the contestants are tasked with creating huge floral structures ranging from eight-foot insects to couture gowns.
"If you are creative, can see some chicken wire, a bunch of grass and see how to make that into a dog, then you can probably be on the show," Natasia adds.
The contestants have been gathered from all over the world and it will be shown in every country that has Netflix. Floral expert Kristen Griffith-VanderYacht judges the competitors‘ installations, while a slew of guest judges add their comments to the show.
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The show’s launch had been timed to coincide with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, which this year has been turned into a virtual event thanks to the coronavirus outbreak.
Whether the Big Flower Fight will prove as big a hit as the likes of Bake Off or the Great British Sewing Bee, only time will tell.
For those tempted to check it out, have a watch of the trailer for the show, which is available now on Netflix.