When Covid-19 brought much of the economy to a halt in March, the flower industry was hit hard. Farmers and florists were left picking up the petals. Now they are plotting a course towards growth.
Darragh McCullough was staring at a polytunnel filled with tulips in mid-March, fearing they were destined for the compost heap. With the florists his farm supplied having closed, and Covid-19 movement restrictions meaning he couldn’t operate his shop at the...
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