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Got roses this Valentine’s Day? They probably came from Kenya

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by Milena Veselinovic, for CNN

(CNN)If you were the lucky recipient of a bunch of fragrant roses this Valentine’s Day, it’s likely that they came from Kenya.

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Finlays farm tour by major Masden Madoka with KFC chairman Richard Fox

The country is the third largest exporter of cut flowers in the world, accounting for around 35% of all sales in the European Union. Famed for being long-lasting, Kenya’s roses, carnations and summer flowers are also popular in Russia and the U.S. where last week several growers showcased their blooms at the World Floral Expo in Los Angeles.READ MORE

SOURCE: http://kenyaflowercouncil.org

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Got roses this Valentine’s Day? They probably came from Kenya Reviewed by on March 17, 2015 .

by Milena Veselinovic, for CNN (CNN)If you were the lucky recipient of a bunch of fragrant roses this Valentine’s Day, it’s likely that they came from Kenya. Finlays farm tour by major Masden Madoka with KFC chairman Richard Fox The country is the third largest exporter of cut flowers in the world, accounting for around 35% of

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