"In the Netherlands, florists may continue physical sales outside their shops until the end of the lockdown and click & collect is also permitted at florists and garden centres. In Germany, the situation varies greatly from one state to another. In Italy, there are restrictions on florists established in certain shopping centres and market halls. In Scotland, florists on the mainland are closed, but remain open for outdoor sales and in Poland, florists in shopping centres are closed." This information been published in the Royal FloraHolland report that was published on March 24.
This report includes the most important international market developments and provides an update on flower and plant sales in: The Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Poland, Belgium, Russia, Switzerland, Sweden, and Austria. It is indicated how long a possible lock-down per country takes and what effect this (possibly) has on the floriculture sales outlets.
This report contains information as known on Wednesday 24th March 2021. Although this report has been compiled with the greatest care, it is possible that the current situation in a particular country or region is different from that shown here. No rights can be derived from this report.
Source: Royal FloraHolland