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Monthly Archives: March 2014

  • Earth Hour



    Earth Hour was founded by WWF in Sydney in 2007 and has now been embraced by 7001 cities and 152 nations across the globe. And in 2014, Earth Hour will focus attention on one of the world’s most iconic and threatened places: Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.

    As always, Earth Hour only works if you’re part of it. So they are launching a special Earth Hour television event with Channel Ten to reveal the true story of what’s happening to the Great Barrier Reef due to climate change and more. Then it's time to turn off your lights to make a stand for our reef.

  • Check out our NEW LOOK WEBSITE.



    Shopping for a Floral Delivery has never been easier when logging onto www.flowersdelivered.com.au

    You can shop 24/7 with a great selection of this seasons best flowers for whatever the occasion may be, you can create your own account which will enable you to keep a record of all your purchases.

    Visit our website or call the team on 02 4367 7496 to join our Lyoness Customer Loyalty Program-it's free.

    Take advantage of all this and more when you shop online at www.flowerdelivered.com.au

    Remember we deliver Monday-Saturday and almost all orders placed before 1:00PM can be delivered the same day.

  • Mothering Sunday.


    It's Mothering Sunday in the United Kingdom this Sunday. Mothering Sunday is celebrated in the same way as Mother's Day is celebrated elsewhere.

    Don't forget if you have a Mum in the United Kingdom to place your orders so we can organise a delivery of flowers for your Mum.

    You can shop online 24/7 at www.flowersdelivered.com.au

  • Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show


    Australia's biggest flower and garden show is in full bloom for its 19th year which started the 26th March till the 30th March. Growers, florists, floral designers, stylists and students will all be descending on the Royal Exhibition Building to showcase the best blooms and foliage the floriculture industry has to offer. There will be free floral design workshops, a fresh retail market, a beautiful showcase of floristry in the Great Hall of Flowers and a selection of the best award winning displays in landscaping, outdoor entertainment, floristry and gardens.



    Boydita Flowers Delivered are proud to Congratulate Katie McCallan on achieving 100% in her Interflora Procedures Assessment.

    This qualification is reserved for those people whom really understand the Interflora system, you can be assured that you are receiving the highest standard of customer service and advice when placing your orders in store, over the phone or online with the team at Boydita Flowers Delivered.

    You can shop online 24/7 at www.flowersdelivered.com.au

  • Hypericum

    Hello, Flower Doctor Here,

    The Hypericum is primarily used in its fruited form, berries. These berries grow in clusters on top of branched, woody stem.

    Hypericum berries come in a variety of colors; burgundy, red, pink, reddish brown, red-orange, salmon, yellow, green
    and white.

    The Hypericum Berry is a great visual idea to brighten any vase. These berries look great throughout other flowers to give an eye catching look.

    Don't forget to re-cut the stems at least 2cm and use a cut flower preservative in the water.

  • Saturday 22nd March

    It's Saturday the 22nd of March today....here's a little bit of trivia you may not have known...

    On this day in 1963 The Beatles released in the United Kingdom their first recorded album called Please Please Me.

  • Ability Links.


    Ability Links works within local communities to assist people with disability, their families and carers to be valued and active members of their community. Ability Links coordinators, known as ‘linkers’, work with people with disability,their families and carers to plan for their future, and help people become more confident, supporting them to achieve their goals and access support and services in their community. Linkers also work alongside communities and mainstream services, supporting them to become more welcoming and inclusive.

    Ability Links is holding a Central Coast Mental Health Community Information Forum at The Erina Room, The Hive, Erina Fair on Wednesday the 9th April 2014 at 10AM-2PM.

    It is estimated that 45% of people in Australia will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime with countless more touched by mental health issues.

    We are happy to support such a great company that helps raise awareness of Mental Health in New South Wales and Australia.


    St Patrick’s Day is an annual observance that is popular in Australia on March 17. This event serves as a tribute to Ireland and one of its patron saints, St Patrick.
    Many Australians remember the Irish settlement and culture on St Patrick’s Day. The Irish were among the first Europeans to settle in Australia. They comprised a portion of the convict settlement population in the late 1700s. More than 300,000 other Irish settlers (not convicts) migrated to Australia between 1840 and 1914. Many Irish immigrants came to Australia to escape famine in their homeland. About 30 percent of Australians are believed to have some Irish ancestry today.

    In the spirit of St Patrick's Day you can see a lot of people wearing green. This arrangement is a great St Patrick's arrangement in all it's green glory.

  • Parklands Community Preschool & Children's Centre Inc


    Saturday again and what a better way to start the day with some community spirit.

    Once again we find ourselves sponsoring Parklands Community Preschool & Children's Centre Inc. We are happy to lend a hand to this great non-profit organisation that relies heavily on fundraising to provide new equipment and learning resources for every child.

    Every year the Parklands Community Preschool Kariong Fundraising team hold an Annual Trivia Night to raise much needed funds for the Centre.

    The centre has families travelling from Kariong, Somersby, Mt White, Kulnura, Gosford, Point Clare, Narara, Woy Woy, and Lisarow to attend this preschool which has been operating for the past 30 years.

    We love supporting our local community and what better way then helping with the future of our kids.

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