Love Blossoms

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Love Blossoms


  • Title: 心花朵朵开/ Xin Hua Duo Duo Kai
  • English title: Love Blossoms
  • Genre: Family
  • Broadcast network: MediaCorp Channel 8

Season 1[edit]

  • Episodes: 58
  • Broadcast period: 2008-May-28 to 2008-Aug-15
  • Air time: Weekdays 19:00-20:00
  • Opening theme song: Xin Hua Duo Duo Kai (心花朵朵开) Love Blossoms by Cavin Soh


Widower Tao Dashun runs a floral nursery business Tao Garden. Dashun has been estranged from his eldest daughter Linglan while his second daughter Zijing is married to a flower vendor Yun Kaiwang and they have a daughter. Dashun's third daughter Haitong is an aggressively enterprising and achievement-oriented young woman who runs a hamper cum floral business with her boyfriend Guo Zipeng. Dashun sells his nursery to American-born Chinese Ma Daji to clear Zijing's gambling debts. Knowing nothing about nursery operation, he is manipulated by Haitong into signing a contract which not only provides flowers to her company at a low price but also hires Dashun at an exorbitant salary. Dashun's youngest daughter Wenzhu is an undergraduate with countless suitors but she only has eyes for Daji. Dashun realizes he also has a son Wenhao from his affair and he announces his decision to acknowledge Wenhao but little does he realise that Wenhao and the vindictive Linglan's return will pose unimaginable challenges to his life and to Tao Garden…. -- MediaCorp

Season 2[edit]

Love Blossoms II
  • Broadcast period: 2008-Dec-02 to 2009-Feb-09
  • Air time: Weekdays 19:00-20:00


Although Linglan and Wenhao is reunited with the family, Dashun is unable to bask in family bliss. Wenhao is unable to assimilate into the family as he feels that Dashun acknowledged him only because his mother has died. Lu Gua's greed and laziness irks Haitong and both get into frequent confrontations because of Tao Garden.

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  • This series was MediaCorp Channel 8's fifth longest running drama.

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