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Bloom time: my day picking daffodils against the clock

07.03.2021
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Joining the workforce in Cornwall's flower fields, I struggled to keep up in the rush to bring in a fragile crop post-BrexitIt's the kind of day when the cloud is so thick that a heavy greyness hangs in the air. But not in the fields of Fentongollan Farm in Cornwall, where swathes of yellow roll down the hillside, brightening the dull sky with spring cheer. Fentongollan is one of the world's leading daffodil farms, growing globally renowned varieties that are a dazzling sight in full bloom."Yes, they do look nice, the yellow fields," says Frances Hosking, 22, showing me around the land her family has farmed for generations. "But yellow fields are not good for us growers - they are a sign the crop hasn't been picked. The flowers should be harvested before they have opened up - we want the fields to stay green." Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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