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In Pictures: Rosa Flora greenhouses before the fire

North America's largest cut-flower operation, before it was gutted by fire in March of 2014

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Gary Chappell moves a cart with packaged Gerbera in the busy sorting areas of Rosa Flora Limited in Dunnville where they grow 110 varietals of Gerbera

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It's constantly busy in the flower sorting areas of Rosa Flora Limited in Dunnville where they grow 110 varietals of Gerbera. Rosa Flora are hoping customize their flower packaging system to give their customers greater control over the type and size of flowers they receive

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Aerial view of Rosa Flora, in Dunnville, Ont. before the fire.

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Emily Van Benthem makes her way through a sea of packaged Gerbera in Rosa Flora Limited cold storage area.

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Ralph DeBoer, right and Joshua Bulk of Rosa Flora Limited in Dunnville stand amongst some of their 110 varietals of Gerbera. Rosa Flora are hoping customize their flower packaging system to give their customers greater control over the type and size of flowers they receive.

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Amanda Rozic a biological technician at Rosa Flora Ltd., looks through some of the hundreds of thousands of Gerbera for pests.

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Gerbera at Rosa Flora Ltd. in Dunnville, Ont.

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