There is a risk Brexit could seriously disrupt London's supply of flowers, causing delays in the supply chain and rising prices - or there's a possibility it could make absolutely no difference at all.
In fact the contradicting views of flower sellers at London's famous New Coven Garden Market seem to reflect the confusion and disparity of views on Brexit that seem to have so massively divided the UK.
The market in Nine Elms supplies 75% of all London's florists, and many of the wholesalers there are entirely reliant on imports from places like the Netherlands and Belgium.
But traders there have mixed feelings about whether or not leaving the EU will be bad for business.
The one thing they all agree on is that politicians in Westminster don't seem to have a clue how to resolve the deadlock on Brexit.