Scottish flower growers unite to promote 'grown not flown'

Flower growers in Scotland are on a mission to raise the profile of the domestic industry and reduce the market's dependence on importing flowers from abroad.

Scotland’s climate lends itself to growing flowers – with high-quality soil and fewer pests and less disease – yet 90 per cent of cut flowers sold in Britain are imported, grown mostly in Africa and shipped here via Holland.

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