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UK flower-growing industry in full bloom and worth £121m
by Rebecca Smithers, Consumer Affairs Correspondent
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12 June 2019
On 12 June 2019 The Guardian reported:
The British-grown flower industry is now worth pounds sterling 121m -- up from pounds sterling 82m in 2015 -- following years of decline owing to imported stems, figures reveal. The uplift has been driven by increased consumer demand for British blooms, in turn allowing UK growers to expand and flourish. Environmental benefits include increased biodiversity as growing flowers supports wildlife such as bees and butterflies across local farms.
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