Ethiopian flower industry at its infancy stage and generate a considerable amount of foreign currency and provides job opportunity for many citizens. However it is still accused of unsustainable flower production. This paper explores the corporate social responsibility and its governance on Ethiopian flower industry. It highlights particularly on corporate social responsibility practices and its implementation through the assistance of governance bodies. It attempts to reveal the growth of the industry, corporate social responsibility and governmental regulations with its CSR drivers. It also assesses convergence of the economical, ecological and human practices of flower farms with its related CSR drivers in promoting their governance on corporate social responsibility. It further see the industries CSR practices and assess it viability with the triple bottom line sustainability measure. It finally opens and provides opportunity for students, researchers and stakeholders to analyze, discuss on the current issue CSR issue of the industry.