I am reading the book The Story of Philosophy and came to this sentence describing Socrates' nose as "a broad and flowery", I have no idea what a flowery nose looks like, I know Socrates looks not very pleasing though. The book made that quite clear.
Thank you very much.
Below is the complete sentences: If we may judge from the bust that has come down to us as part of the ruins of ancient sculpture, Socrates was as far from being handsome as even a philosopher can be. A bald head, a great round face, deep-set staring eyes, a broad and flowery nose that gave vivid testimony to many a Symposium—it was rather the head of a porter than that of the most famous of philosophers.