Grampu teaches the kids how flowers grow and gives them a seed to plant. After much waiting, they see a sprout emerge from the soil. The kids make up a 'plant, water, and grow' dance based on what they've learned about gardening. — ABC Television
Oobi is in the garden, smelling the sunflowers. Uma walks over to him and asks to smell a flower. After doing this, she sneezes and accidentally blows Oobi away. The next scene shows Grampu and the children with a flowerpot. Grampu teaches them how to plant a seed and explains the process. He tells them to plant the seed, add water to it, give it sunlight, and wait. They use these steps as a kind of mantra to remember the procedure. The children plant the seed in the garden and water it. However, they expect it to grow immediately. They repeatedly chant "Grow, grow, grow!" and notice nothing happening.
Uma pretends to be a seed turning into a flower. She asks the seed to do the same. Grampu walks in and tells her that it will not begin growing for a while. Kako suggests that it is a dud. Grampu instructs the children to wait longer. Later, Uma is still waiting for the seed to grow. She spies a flower and copies its movements as it is blown by the wind. Oobi and Kako join her. The three children check on the seed again. To their amazement, a sprout has emerged. Grampu tells them that it is similar to a baby flower. The characters take turns saying "hello" to it.
Several days later, the children gather in the garden. Uma gets the idea to play a garden-themed dance game. After the game, they check on their plant again and notice that it has grown. They watch it in amazement as the episode ends.
After Uma sneezes on him, Oobi tells her "Gesundheit", which is German for "Good health".
Speaking of which, when Oobi is shaking off after Uma sneezes him away, a noise is heard. If played in slow motion, the message is, in fact, a voice shouting something unintelligible, forwards or backwards.
No trees or bushes are visible when Oobi says to the viewer, "Garden. Trees, bushes, flowers."