At Payden Farms, Rose meets Tom Novak — a good-looking “flower dealer” who acts as a liaison between the farm and native distributors — and discovers that the farm is faltering financially and that her mother and father are contemplating promoting it to a ruthless competitor. As a last-ditch effort, Tom arranges for Frank to enter his most particular tulip in an upcoming flower contest with the hopes of reaching nationwide recognition and producing enterprise. However when Frank’s flowers are mysteriously sabotaged, Rose struggles to discover a solution to get them to bloom in time for the competitors. Alongside the best way, she finds herself appreciating her humble beginnings, reconciling with Frank, and falling right into a blossoming romance with Tom. With time operating out, Rose should rediscover her inexperienced thumb to avoid wasting her household’s farm, and determine whether or not she’ll discover true happiness — and real love — by staying in Los Angeles or returning to her folksy hometown.