Companies everywhere are dealing with loss of income but for the flower industry, it's a double hit.
As a non-essential business, they have to destroy their stock, meaning some businesses may close for good.
Now packing boxes lie empty as the mower grinds away.
At one company, it means $40,000 of lilies are being destroyed, to be repeated in the coming weeks.
Eventually, they're looking at receivership or liquidation.