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Gallery: Dutch florists ready for Valentines Day

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Crates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersBuyers purchase flowers at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: ReutersCrates of roses are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer. FloraHolland, the world's biggest flower auction in Aalsmeer, expects sales to jump leading up to Valentine's Day. Photo: Reuters

It's the one day of the year when receiving a dozen red roses is an expectation for any woman with a man in her life.

So it's little wonder that florists in Amsterdam are working flat out to ensure that florists are well stocked in time for Valentine's Day and that millions of men spend the most romantic day on the calendar smelling of roses and not stuck in the doghouse.

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