It's been over a year since the world shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In that time, we've seen shortages of all sorts, but the recent flower shortage impacted the flow of many businesses nationwide.
Wellman's Florist in Quincy specializes in funerals and personal cuts for individuals. Since opening back up after the shutdown, they've been working with short supplies on flowers.
Wellman's said the flowers that they can receive are a lot smaller and have increased in price.
"Rose prices have really gone up, and there's just a lot of flowers that we're just not able to get. Maybe somebody wants a particular rose, and we're just not getting a variety of different colors of pink roses. We may only get two varieties where in the past we may have gotten six or seven varieties," said Ann Riutzel the co-owner of Wellmans.
The shortages don't just stop at flowers Wellman's said it has witnessed a shortage of vases and paints along with other general supplies.
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