Daffodil drought caused by weather


The cold weather has been blamed for a daffodil shortage in the run up to Mothering Sunday.

Daffodils are around four weeks behind compared to last year.

The UK is the world's largest producer of daffodil cut flowers and makes £23m per year from the daffodil industry.

BBC Wales reporter Gilbert John went to Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire where the daffodil harvest has not been as bad as other places in the UK.

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