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These flowers are best sold to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth Funeral: To give a final farewell to their Queen, people in Britain are buying flowers. This time there has been a huge increase in the sale of flowers. The funeral of Queen Elizabeth II is to be held next week, but people here are already booking flowers and their sales have started.

There is an influx of flower buyers on Columbia Road, London’s flower market. These people do not want to leave any stone unturned in the last farewell of their queen. After the death of Queen Elizabeth, thousands of people kept cards, bouquets of flowers and toys in her honor outside her palace. So at the same time, flower sellers say that there is a lot of crowd these days as compared to normal days.

Queen’s favorite flowers in huge demand

There is a huge demand for her favorite flowers to bid her last farewell to Queen Elizabeth. The queen was very fond of white lilies and yellow flowers. The Flower Association in Britain says that there has been a huge increase in the demand for flowers in recent times, especially their favorite Cepheid Lily flowers. Robert, who came to buy flowers in the market, says that I know that the queen also liked yellow flowers, so I am taking yellow lily flowers for her.

Tourists from abroad are also buying flowers

Even though the funeral of Queen Elizabeth is to be held next week, tourists from abroad are also buying flowers to pay their respects. Apart from this, some people even say that this time the sale of flowers has increased more than the sale of flowers after the death of Princess Diana. Flower seller Rosaria Rospo says that even after Diana’s death, there was a huge sale of flowers, but this time this sale is more.

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