Subject: Flowerweb news
From: "Flowerweb.com"
Date: Tue, 16 Jun 2009 18:58:50 +0200 (CEST)
 



Imports wilt local flower market

16-06-2009

HA NOI —The domestic flower industry is struggling against up to 40 per cent reduced demand in the first four months of the year and increased competition from imported flowers.

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Manhattan: Flower District Wilting From Decreased Sales

16-06-2009

While the economic recession continues to take some of the financial bloom out of Manhattan's Flower District, merchants and customers alike are finding new ways to substitute simplicity for extravagance. NY1's Rebecca Spitz filed the following report.

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Customers showing preference for British flowers

16-06-2009

Along with other goods on the fresh produce market, there is a growing preference in consumers to buy British cut flowers. The cut flower market in the UK is worth more than £2 billion.

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Flower industry not blooming

16-06-2009

The flower industry is suffering during the global crisis.

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Hundreds of iris varieties thrive on Grand Valley farm

16-06-2009

On a recent spring morning, the sun barely peeking above a line of cottonwoods, Victoria and Darrell Rule stroll through a rainbow-hued field of bearded irises.

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