War of the Roses
Growers Struggle With Foreign Blooms
Wednesday, November 25, 1992
To an outsider, there is something magical about a flower packing shed--the carpet of damp leaves and stem clippings on the floor, the cool, wet smell of greenery, the bunches and bunches of jewel-colored blossoms packaged for market.
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