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Roses for Mother's Day will be top sellers this weekend. But who really benefits from the trade in flowers grown in Africa? Felicity Lawrence reports on Kenya's horticulture industry.

This video is one of a series of investigative documentaries about poverty, commissioned and editorially controlled by Guardian Films, produced in association with Christian Aid. Go to http://www.guardian.co.uk/poverty-over for more details.

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This is pretty sad really;  the capitalist reign over Kenya and so many other countries.

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