He calls for all of the children in the Empire to come to his Palace. He distributes seeds to the children and tells them that whoever grows the most magnificent flower from his seed will be chosen to be the new Emperor.
"Summer Comes" shows the farmers hoeing and planting in the fields. A couple of dancers using colorful fans represent the heat of the sun.
"Autumn Lingers on the Breeze" is a melancholy song sung by the mothers who realize that the seeds given to their children are not actually growing. Dancers use ribbon wands to interpret wind.
"Wintertime" is a song of waiting danced by children with ice wands and white scarves, and even blow snow sprinkles.
"Imperial Garden Dance" is where many girls use colorful dance fans in undulating formations to entertain the Emperor.
Oh, I do hope we get to do this amazing show this summer!