Fifi and the Flowertots

Friday 24th July 8.00am

Concluding on Five this week is the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In ‘Twinkle, Twinkle’, the last instalment of the current run, Buttercup and Daisy find some stars in Flowertot garden. They think they have fallen out of the sky and try to return them.

Friday 17th July 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the twelfth instalment of the series, ‘Hide and Squeak’, the twins are playing hide-and-seek with Pip when an argument breaks out about who is the best at hiding. Can the tots work out their differences and play nicely together?

Friday 10th July 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the eleventh instalment of the series, ‘Painting Practice’, Fifi wants to repaint her kitchen but Poppy has run out of paint. Can anybody else come up with an idea to brighten up her walls?

Friday 3rd July 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the tenth instalment of the series, ‘Poppy’s Ice- Cream Show’, all the tots busy themselves picking fruit so Poppy can make her famous ice cream. But Stingo thinks he has a much better plan to make ice cream without having to pick anything. Will the work-shy wasp have any success?

Friday 26th June 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the ninth instalment of the series, ‘Violet’s Song’, Primrose has composed a song for Violet, but is upset when the twins break her guitar. How will she sing for Violet now? Do the twins have the answer?

Friday 19th June 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike. In the eighth instalment of the series, ‘When the Sky Cried’, Buttercup and Daisy decide that it only rains when the sky is upset – so set about trying to cheer the sky up!

Friday 12th June 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the seventh instalment of the series, ‘Buttercup Bad Wolf’, the twins play a game of ‘The Three Little Pigs’. However, Buttercup enjoys her role as the big bad wolf rather too much and scares poor Daisy! Will Buttercup realise how upset her sister is?

Friday 5th June 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the sixth instalment of the series, ‘Shadows’, Webby is clearing out her web. Fifi takes all the unwanted objects home and uses them to play shadow puppets, the perfect game for a rainy day!

Friday 29th May 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the fifth instalment of the series, the twins are playing ‘The Three Little Pigs’. Buttercup is enjoying her role as the big bad wolf rather too much and scares poor Daisy. Will Buttercup realise how upset her sister is?

Friday 22nd May 8.00am

Continuing on Five this week is the new series of ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’, the popular preschool animation following the adventures of little flower girl Fifi Forget-Me-Not and her garden pals. As ever, Jane Horrocks provides the voice for the star of the show.

This time around, Flowertot Garden is a little busier thanks to the arrival of new characters Buttercup and Daisy, along with old favourites Primrose, Poppy, Violet, Bumble, Aunt Tulip, Stingo and Slugsy – plus many more. Twin sisters Buttercup and Daisy live in a beautifully converted milk bucket known as Milk Bucket House. While Buttercup is confident and impulsive, Daisy is shy and slightly clumsy. As the youngest residents of the garden, the pair rely on Fifi’s guidance to steer them through the complexities of horticultural life. But when Fifi is not around, the little twins always have their protective butterfly Flutterby to keep them company.

Created by ‘Bob the Builder’ originator and ‘Roary the Racing Car’ co-creator Keith Chapman, ‘Fifi and the Flowertots’ combines CGI and stop-motion animation to conjure up a delightful world that appeals to girls and boys alike.

In the fourth instalment of the series, Buttercup and Daisy are playing hide and seek with Pip but they all argue over who is the best at hiding. Can the quarrelsome trio overcome their differences and play nicely together?

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