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Want to Run a Flower Shop? What You'll Need -- and What You Won't.

There's more to the business than beautiful bouquets.
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"Floristry has been glamorized as a luxurious, hobby-like career. But we deal with 4 a.m. alarms, tired bodies, a perishable product and difficult clients. We work weekends and holidays -- especially holidays," says one of our experts,

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