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    Canceled orders for poinsettias in Fairfield 1127 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    Hundreds of poinsettia plants surround Harlan Benner of Sunset Flowerland and Greenhouses on Wednesday in Fairfield. School and church fundraisers were canceled in addition to the cancellation of holiday events, according to Benner, which is why the greenhouse has a surplus of 1,000 poinsettias.

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    Canceled orders for poinsettias in Fairfield 1127 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A J'Adore Pink is one of more than a dozen varieties of poinsettia plants at Sunset Flowerland and Greenhouses in Fairfield. The family owned and run business has a surplus of 1,000 poinsettia plants after recent orders were canceled due to fall out from the pandemic. School and church fundraisers were canceled in addition to holiday events according to Harlan Benner of Sunset Flowerland and Greenhouses.

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    Canceled orders for poinsettias in Fairfield 1127 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A variety of poinsettia plants brighten the path for Harlan Benner of Sunset Flowerland and Greenhouses as he walks through the business Wednesday in Fairfield. The family owned and run business has a surplus of 1,000 poinsettia plants.

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    Canceled orders for poinsettias in Fairfield 1127 - Rich Abrahamson/Morning Sentinel | of | Share this photo

    A variety of poinsettia plants Wednesday at Sunset Flowerland and Greenhouses in Fairfield. The family owned and run business has a surplus of 1,000 poinsettia plants after recent orders were canceled due to fall out from the pandemic.

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