Created: July 23, 2021 02:47 PM
LAKEWOOD, Colo. - The pandemic has forced businesses across the country to make changes to make ends meet, including a small flower farm in Colorado.
Before the pandemic, most of the business at the farm came from selling flower arrangements for weddings. Then everything was shutdown.
What came next forced them to change, so the owners decided to use a little creativity and flexibility, something so many other small business owners have had to do the past year.
"We decided to start doing classes. People got really interested in growing things because they were at home so much," said Briana Bosch with Blossom & Branch. "I could see a change in people. They got happier, people relaxed."
It wasn't the year they were expecting, but they say the flowers will keep on growing.
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