Poppies and Remembrance Sunday are – in most of our minds – intrinsically linked. Come November lapels without the splash of red look bare and poppy-less people seem to equate to an unpatriotic person.
But where do the 32 million poppies sold and the 100,000 wreaths made every year come from? And just how did they become such a sign of British remembrance?
Say hello to The Poppy Factory.