‘I harvest 70 million daffodils a year but £1 a bunch can’t last’

The changes to how the UK trades with Europe has also added to the work involved in selling his daffodils into northern Europe. “There’s a lot more friction, going back to having to issue plant health passports has created a lot of hold-ups and headaches, and we’re still getting to grips with that as an industry.”

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