Music plays. Flowers in bloom are shown in close up. 'We are all aware of the power exercised over us by flowers,' begins the narrator, 'the power to enchant us with the beauty of their blossoms.' Begonia blossom, a bright yellow Daffodil and an Anemone blanda, are shown in close up. Some possess powers hard to credit, he explains, 'We enjoy the bluebells in the woods at springtime but, you know, they're not called bluebells for nothing!'. The camera draws closer to the flowers, 'they have the power to make sound,' he explains. A bell rings, as if emitted by the bloom. Others also have the power to ring out. A microphone is brought close to a white bloom, from which church bells are heard. Another plant makes a ticking sound, telling the time. The May flower, the blossom of the May tree, causes a man to divest his clothing beside it, 'hence the saying "n'ear cast a clout till May is out!"' 'Enough!' End.