The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1 Episode 2 Recap – Who is Gemma’s birth father?

By Ricky Valero
Published: August 4, 2023 (Last updated: September 5, 2023)
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The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1 Episode 2 Recap - Who is Gemma's birth father?


The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart continues to deliver an edge-of-your-seat mysterious ride that keeps you guessing at every turn—a brilliantly constructed episode.

This recap of the Prime Video series The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1 Episode 2 contains spoilers.

The second episode of The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart highlights the relationship between June and the women at her house while Sally attempts to figure out why Agnes left her guardianship over Alice in her will.

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

The episode begins with Alice waking up with June standing over the top of her, and Alice has wet the bed. Shortly after, June introduces Alice to everyone working for her before they eat breakfast, followed by showing her the lay of the land at the Thornfield flower farm. Alice wanders off to a building where June snags her telling her not to go there again as it is dangerous.

Sally is on the phone with the lawyer to determine if Agnes gave a reason why she wanted Sally to have guardianship of Alice. She hadn’t given one, and the lawyer explained that she would become Alice’s guardian if June were to get into any legal trouble.

After Candy explains to Alice how to go to the lake, we see Alice playing in the water, where she almost drowns until a kid (Oggi) walks up and saves her. At the house, June and Twig question Candy about her whereabouts and why she told her about the lake. Alice returned to the home, heard the yelling, and had a flashback of the last time she got in trouble and thought she was about to get abused.

As John continues his investigation, he realizes that his wife Sally hasn’t been truthful about her relationship with Agnes. The two had been friends for a while, but Sally says she didn’t know what was happening in her relationship with Clem.

What happens when Sally tells June about the will?

Sally finds out that Alice had another panic attack, so she calls June to follow up to see if she is okay. June lies and tells her that it didn’t happen and that Alice is talking again. This leads to Sally telling June about the will and how she plans to come after Alice. Sally’s husband grabbed the phone and made her hang up.

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At school, a kid asks Oggi why Alice doesn’t talk, and he explains some of what happened with her and her family. He also tells the kid that she stays at the Thornfield flower farm. The kid makes funny of Alice, and Oggi stands up for her until the kid punches Oggi. Alice stands up and starts beating the kid with a lunch box.

What was left at the front door of the Thornfield flower farm?

A box was left at the door of the house. Inside the box were two wedding rings. We hear Stella tell the story that they are her and her ex-husband’s wedding rings from the night he beat her, including the wedding ring he cut off her finger.

June arrives at a bar, where she sits beside Stella’s ex and begins drinking with him. She tried to poke the bear, but he wouldn’t budge. However, he waits for her when she goes outside and beats her to a bloody pulp. June did it all to keep him away from Stella.

The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart Episode 2 Ending Explained

Who is Gemma’s birth father?

We learned in Episode 1 that Sally and John’s daughter Gemma had passed away. This was a pivotal reason Sally was trying to grasp possibly having Alice as her own. Upon returning home from work, John sees a wooden carved replica of Gemma, and he asks Sally why Clem was carving their daughter. After pushing for answers, she tells him that Clem was Gemma’s birth father.

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