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Monthly Archives: October 2013

  • Kinburra Pre-School-Christmas Raffle.

    Kinburra Pre-school is a not-for-profit community based Pre-School receiving minimal State Government funding and are, therefore, dependant on fundraising to supply and upgrade their equipment/teaching resources for the children.

    As part of their fundraising for 2013  they are holding their annual Christmas Raffle on the 13th December 2013. Kinburra Pre-School has asked if we would like to donate a gift voucher as a prize for their Christmas Raffle. We were happy to lend a hand in the Kinburra Pre-School's  fundraising efforts.

    If you would like further information on Kinburra Pre-School...Click Here.

  • NEW IN STORE- Artificial Orchids.

    NEW IN STORE!!

    Artificial Orchids. If you are in need of a gift idea for someone that may not be the type to look after a real plant or there is not a suitable place for a real plant than this is the perfect idea for you.

     

  • Girls Night In for the Cancer Council

    Every day in Australia , about 50 women are told they have breast or gynecological cancer.

    Cancer Council raises awareness and funds for prevention programs, support services and world-class research into women’s cancers.

    Cancer Council raises awareness about breast and gynaecological cancers, as well as funds, in support of the many thousands of women in Australia and their families who are affected by these cancers. The funds you raise this October will help Cancer Council provide complete support for those affected by women's cancers.

    Charne Lord is holding a Girls Night In to raise money for the Cancer Council she is expecting about 80 ladies to attend the event on the 9th of November. If you would like to donate to this great cause you can, just click here and it will take you to her official fundraising page. We have decided to support this event by donating a gift voucher in the aim to raise more funds.

    We wish Charne luck in reaching her goal.

  • Killian Kennedy Headshave 2013

     

    We were asked by Rachael to donate a gift voucher as a prize for the raffle she will be holding  for her up coming event on the 24th October at Domayne West Gosford.  We were more than happy to help her on the mission of raising much needed funds for the Cancer Council NSW. SeaFM will be there on the day with their live feed, there will be a sausage sizzle, face paiting and balloons for the kids.

    Below is Rachael's story, there is a link at the end of the story where you can go to her sponsorship site and donate for this worthy cause.

     

    Hello my name is Rachael Kennedy, and on the 24th Oct my husband (Ciaran) and I are going to be shaving our heads to support Cancer Council NSW on their mission to defeat cancer.

    This horrible disease has affected us very personally as Ciaran's youngest brother Killian,lost his battle to cancer in 2010 at the very young age of 21. I also have had family members and loved friends diagnosed over the years. Thankfully some have recovered, but sadly some not and other still live and battle on.
    In honor of Killian, we will be trying to raise as much money as possible to help find a cure.

    So please like and share our link and donate to a great cause, every dollar raised does make a big difference.
    This ones for you Spud, your missed and loved beyond words xx

    Click sponsor me to make a donation to my do your thing, your support is appreciated.

  • MELBOURNE CUP DAY 2013-COMING SOON.

    Melbourne Cup Day is less then a month away. Are you having an event or going to a function for the big race?? We have just the answer for you. We can deliver a customised arrangement to brighten up your event, also available is the traditional yellow rose button holes for the man to get in the race day spirit.

  • One very smelly flower.

    An interesting flower that you would not want in the house is the corpse flower also know as the titan arum.

    We admire flowers for their beauty and alluring scents, but not with the Corpse Flower. The Corpse flower usually bloom between every 2-10 years. The plants' flowers release a strong, putrid odour that resembles the smell of rotting flesh. The smell not only attracts curious tourists, but also beetles and flies, which then pollinate the flower.

  • Our Guarantee

     

    Boydita Flowers Delivered guarantees freshness, flower quality and value. Each design is hand crafted by a Professional Florist and delivery will be made on the specified date.

  • A dress by Asda

    A unique yet beautiful dress made up of real flowers. Have a look and admire this masterly work-piece. This is a special dress by Asda. This Valentine’s dress is made from 1,000 red roses. Asda had partnered with award-winning florist Joe Massie, to create a wedding dress made up of of 1,725 flowers; 15 Carmen roses, 200 chrysanthemums, 75 gerberas, 300 carnations, petals from 150 Purple Power roses and 1,000 Naomi red roses. The gown, involved over than 170 hours of labor and weighed just under 13kg.

  • Phaleanopsis Orchid Plant Care

     

    The Phalaenopsis Orchid is one of Australia's favourite houseplants. Plants with long-lasting sprays of lovely moth-like blooms in a board array of colours are inexpensive and widely available, ready to give weeks of pleasure in your home or office.

    Location:
    Indoors, in bright area, away from direct sunlight. Any position where African Violets can grow and flower, will suit the Phalaenopsis perfectly. Temperatures for Phalaenopsis Plants should be above 18 Degrees Celsius at night, and range between 24-30 Degrees Celsius during the day.

    Water once a week in summer, less in winter, try to keep medium moist, but not wet and apply an ample dose of general purpose orchid, water soluble fertiliser every 4 weeks, especially in the spring and summer months. In the autumn months, switching to a bloom booster fertiliser, coupled with cooler nights, induces plants to set buds and flower. Potting is bet done in the spring months, after blooming.
    Phalaenopsis plants must be potted in a well draining mix, such as fir-bank, various types of stone. After flowers have finished, cut back flower stems to 5cm above the base, it will usually produce a new shoot.

  • Personal Delivery Service

    Here at Boydita we pride ourselves on our delivery service made by our experienced team members. With this personal delivery service we can ensure your delivery is in good hands with our fully trained team to make your experience a memorable one, from placing the order all the way through to the recipients experience in receiving the gift.

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