Pinchbeck site reclaimed

L&D Plants has taken back the Pinchbeck site given up by Lincsflora, which closed last month.

Butters is distributing the tulips, hyacinths and lilies grown there. L&D owned the site before Lincsflora, which supplied millions of tulips, lilies, gladioli, sweet williams and sunflowers to Tesco, Waitrose and Sainsbury's. Some 118 staff are employed at L&D's Nocton and Pinchbeck sites.

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