This photograph by Dan Kitwood made the front page of the Independent - under the cute heading "Full petal jacket" - and page three of the Times. Sadly both papers used the photographer's less-than-helpful caption "An exhibitor looks at a stand of chrysanthemums".
Here we have an interesting chap in a blue suit covered in tulips, earrings and an unusual hairstyle (shame about the positioning of his arms, but you can't have everything).
What a pity he is unidentified or, if it was impossible to find out who he was, that a little more imagination was not put into use. The picture editor did his or her job by plucking this from the endless celebs and arty blooms, the subs should have done their bit.
Elsewhere, the Telegraph stuck with the familiar line-up, with the Queen on the front and Titchmarsh inside - where was Joanna Lumley? The Express also went for the comfortable, while the Mail gave Amy Willerton the publicity she craved by making her 'birth of Venus' interpretation its main Chelsea photograph. The Guardian paired its front-page Chelsea Pensioners with an entirely horticultural centre spread, below. Not a royal in sight.
Now let's hope for something beyond the giant walking plant when the show closes on Friday.