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    Laura Williams, a worker at Broadturn Farm in Scarborough, carries cut foxgloves from field to workshop.

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    Stacy Brenner, left, owner of Broadturn Farm, and Laura Williams sort and arrange flowers in the farm’s flower workshop. The blooms were cut that morning for transportation to buyers.

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    Carolyn Snell trims the leaves from the stems of white and lavender Campanula flowers in the hoop house on the Snell Family Farm in Buxton.

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    Stacy Brenner of Broadturn Farm carries bunches of freshly cut sweet pea flowers to water pails for preservation until their sale.

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    Carolyn Snell brings a bucket of freshly cut Campanula flowers into the cooler, set to 38-40 degrees, to help preserve them.

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    A sprig of fresly cut lavender on the Little River Flower Farm in Buxton.

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    Nancy Stedman, of Little River Flower Farm in Buxton, sets up the water sprinkler over the blooming sage that will be cut and sold to Whole Foods.

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