Carly Lewis

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While many businesses permanently shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the flower industry is booming . Florists saw a big bump over the holidays and for Valentine’s Day.

Flower power: Florists are seeing a big jump in business during pandemic

While many businesses permanently shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the flower industry is booming . Florists saw a big bump over the holidays and for Valentine’s Day.

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