Coronavirus crisis: Bid to save flowers is blossoming

But 2,000 centres and nurseries have had to shut down to reduce the risk of spreading the virus – and many fear they are facing ruin. A major problem is that many centres are not geared up to deliver plants.

They have relied instead on customers to come and choose them, and then take them home.

But the Daily Express is helping the GCA and the Horticultural Trades Association team up with taxi drivers who have also seen their work dry up.

Dave, from Warlingham in Surrey, joined the fightback by bringing two trays of pansies from a garden centre to my door in nearby Caterham.

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