Five-foot-tall Mylar balloons, tulips, orchids, bromelaids and creative arrangements are taking center stage for Valentine’s Day in supermarket floral departments across the country. But where have all the roses gone? They may be there, too, but they’re not getting the attention they have in the past. Sales of long-stem roses may be lagging, but some floral managers, encouraged by their sales this past half year, said they’ll offer more upscale presentations this ...
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