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Biodiversity and responsible land use
Greenyard Flowers receives ‘Best Contribution to Environmental Growth’ award
Fresh entity Greenyard Flowers UK grows around 3,000 acres of mainly daffodil and Cornish flowers in the UK, working closely with local suppliers to assure the environmental protection of the areas where the flowers are produced. Action includes improving soil health and measures to increase flora diversity.
More than 10% of the land is used as wildlife corridors, pollinator strips or for tree planting.
In December 2017, Greenyard Flowers was recognised for its biodiversity efforts with the CSA award for ‘Best Contribution to Environmental Growth’. Greenyard Flowers is also the first UK grower to achieve the LEAF Marque Standard for sustainable farming and continues to be annually audited to meet this standard.
Biodiversity and responsible land use
Sustainability
Greenyard aims to source its fruit and vegetables in a sustainable manner, respecting nature and providing growers with a fair return.