Roses from Columbia arrive at dawn at Miami International Airport aboard a UPS cargo jet for the Mother's Day market in 2012. Some 91 percent of U.S. flower imports arrive at MIA.
Roses from Columbia arrive at dawn at Miami International Airport aboard a UPS cargo jet for the Mother's Day market in 2012. Some 91 percent of U.S. flower imports arrive at MIA. TIM CHAPMAN MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Roses from Columbia arrive at dawn at Miami International Airport aboard a UPS cargo jet for the Mother's Day market in 2012. Some 91 percent of U.S. flower imports arrive at MIA. TIM CHAPMAN MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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