Floriculture sector is one of the most emerging sectors of agriculture in Nepal and is steadily growing for about three decades and has hit NPR 2250 million in the fiscal year 2017/18. However, the major business is concentrated in Kathmandu district in particular and Pradesh 3 in general. There is discrepancy in district wise coverage of flower business but with federalism, a new opportunity can be seen in the horizon. There seems immense opportunity both in internal and external markets. To tap this opportunity, Floriculture Association of Nepal should collaborate with governments at all levels and research organisation and universities. The centre and Pradesh government may be helpful in policy making to address the challenges while the local government can get involved in action oriented works such as establishing parks and livelihood programs. Research organisations and universities may help find answers to production problem or access newer market and develop expertise within the country.