Look at China’s Chaya Mountain and you will see ten different types of tulips in bloom across a farm. It’s a beautiful sign that spring has sprung. The flowers are creating wonderful abstract formations that are like a pointillist painting.
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The floral farms in China are small and are usually family-run businesses, unlike the large farms in Holland, which is one of the biggest flower producers in the world.
In the flower market, China holds about 4 percent of the market. They export flowers to Europe and America, but since that is expensive, over two-thirds of their products are sold within Asia.