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KERNERSVILLE, N.C. -- If you get roses for Valentine's Day next Tuesday, chances are they came from Kernersville.

Lihmil Incorporated has become the state's largest wholesaler of fresh-cut flowers in its 12 years of business.

In the video above, Bob Buckley and photographer Stewart Pittman find out the owner's Valentine's Day preparations are a major reason why.

Rose prices will vary widely depending on where you buy them and what you buy. Most local florists are going to charge at least $50 for a dozen, depending on the arrangement.

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