You should always take time to stop and smell and the roses, and HBO Max is hoping that you spend that time with “Full Bloom.” The streaming service ordered eight-episodes of the hour long competition series, which features 10 of America’s budding florists vying to be crowned America’s best. During the show, contestant’s designs and creations will be mentored and judged by legendary floristry artists Maurice Harris and Elizabeth Cronin, with celebrity florist Simon Lycett serving as host.

“Full Bloom will transport viewers into the intricate and fantastically colorful word of competitive floristry,” said Jennifer O’Connell, executive vice president, original content, HBO Max. “HBO Max is the trellis for this series to bloom and shine the light on this incredibly beautiful art form.”

“We are thrilled to be working with HBO Max and some of the best floristry artists in the world in this celebration of creativity, color and competition” said Chris Culvenor, CO-CEO of Eureka productions. “It’s a series that lets imagination blossom.”

The official description reads, “With incredible artistic creations and floristry face-offs, Full Bloom will allow audiences to escape into a surreal world as contestants will design and execute some of the most wondrous, Wonka-esq floral creations ever seen. Each episode features themed challenges centered around a unique stem of the floristry world including fashion, art, events and weddings.”

Full Bloom is created and produced by Eureka Productions with Chris Culvenor, Paul Franklin and Wes Dening serving as executive producers.

Other projects planned for HBO Max include new “Adventure Time” specials, a comedy docu-series “The Ho’s,” an Amy Schumer docu-series, the Studio Ghibli collection, and a new season of “Search Party.”

The HBO Max lineup also includes Haley Lu Richardson and Barbie Ferreira in “UNpregnant,” a “Gossip Girl” reboot, the new “Doctor Who” series’ streaming rights, “The Flight Attendant,” “Love Life,” “Station Eleven,” “Made for Love,” “Dune: The Sisterhood,”several shows from Ellen DeGeneres, and an animated “Gremlins” show.

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