New generation of Czech florists urge people to consider more environmentally-friendly bouquets

Valentine's Day falls in the depths of the Czech winter, at a time when it is impossible for local growers to produce cut flowers. Rather than purchasing roses that have been flown in from Kenya, Ecuador or Ethiopia, a new generation of Czech florists are urging people to consider saying “I love you” with more environmentally-friendly bouquets.

“I would consider either buying potted flowers or flowers from local growers who combine dried flowers with evergreen plants” says Magdalena Lukášová from Kytky od potoka, an organic flower farm located in Velké Přílepy, just north of Prague.

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