Going back to the cherished days with her father in his greenhouse, Rose Fiorni always understood the power of flowers to comfort and uplift a human heart.
Single and unemployed, she’s back home in her old close-knit neighborhood along New York’s Hudson River Valley, searching for what’s next. Her dream airline career is more than grounded. It’s gone for good.
But hope is returning to her small town, and Rose is grabbing its coattails and refusing to let go. With nothing but time on her hands, she’s expanded her father’s greenhouse—the one place that always brought her happiness. With the town’s flower shop out of business, her neighbors have begun coming to her for flowers and help with their plants.
Knowing her love for flowers, her friends urge her to go for this new dream: a flower shop of her own. Only with nothing in her bank account, it’s the impossible dream. Yet with the help of friends and neighbors, she realizes all things are, in fact, possible, and if she goes for it, surely it will be a dreamer’s flower shoppe.