Central Coast Favourite Florist Since 1974

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  • Fun Fact

    Who loves the native Waratah flower?

  • Valley View Public School

    Valley View Public School is located on Chamberlain Road in Wyoming. Valley View Public School has always encouraged and maintained a strong community involvement and support. They strive to develop all students to their full potential academically, personally and socially.

    On 31st of August they will be holding a school and community fete, which is their first major fundraiser in many years. To enable them to make this successful event we have donated gift vouchers that can help with their fundraising on the day.

    Proceeds from the event will return directly to assisting and supporting the school including students with a disability, specialised senior classes and as well as helping to upgrade many areas within the school for the benefit of both students and the community.

  • Flowers & Plants Promote Innovation and Ideas

    In today's economy, it is more important than ever for businesses to gain the competitive edge. Constant fluctuations in unemployment, productivity, consumer confidence and other major economic factors make it imperative for businesses to implement the right strategies to stay ahead of their competition.According to business experts, the key to gaining the competitive edge in the modern economy is easy to understand- a happy pr...oductive workforce!

    A recent study finds that nature can hold the secret to business success. The research demonstrates that workers' idea generation, creative performance and problem solving skills improve substantially in the workplace environments that include flowers and plants.

    The research shows that a change as simple as adding flowers and plants can be important in the most meaningful way to business in the modern economy. People's productivity in the form of innovation and creative problem solving, improved- which in certain circumstances could mean the difference between mild and great business success.

    We have a great selection of plants and arrangements available in store so come in or shop online and select the key to your business success today!

  • Emily's TAFE Assessments.

    Some beautiful pieces Emily created for her TAFE assessments. Which she passed with flying colours 

    *Right-side picture- Emily wearing the Hair Circlet.
    *Top left-side picture- The Hair Piece.
    *Bottom left-side picture- The Wrist Corsage.

  • 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.

  • It's Formal Season.

    It's that time of the year again when we are looking forward to all the school formals.
    We have a great range of designer bracelets to choose from, with an extensive range of colours and styles.
    Come in store and select the bracelet of your choice and we will custom design your handcrafted corsage to match the style of dress that is going to be worn on the special night. We can also design a matching buttonhole for the boys so they can match their dates.
  • Chertsey Primary School -Bi-annual School Fete.

    At Chertsey, they are committed to the provision of a comprehensive and quality education program. They strive to achieve this through staff, parents and community members working together to provide each student with the best possible opportunities

    Chertsey Primary School is a small community focused school with just nine mainstream and three support classes catering for the needs of students with disabilities such as Hearing Impairment and Autism. They are located at Springfield near Gosford.

    Chertsey Primary School is hosting their Bi-annual School Fete on Sunday the 20th October 2013. All funds raised go directly towards supporting the education of their students.

    If you would like to find out more about Chertsey Primary School you can on their website by clicking here.


    Central Coast Grammar School is hosting their annual Spring Fair. As always we are contributing with gift vouchers for prizes on the day. Central Coast Grammar School has a strong family spirit. Their caring and cohesive school community creates an environment in which children can excel.

    To find out more about Central Coast Grammar School you can visit their website by clicking here.

    Saturday 7 September 2013
    9.00am-4.00pm  |  admission free


    Enjoy a dazzling array of market stalls, the International Food Court, thrilling rides for children of all ages, musical performances from student ensembles, entertainment, the Chocolate Wheel and the fun-packed KidsZone bursting with dozens of arcade-style games. The Spring Fair also features local artisans, crafting guilds and displays by community services.

    The Art Show is held in conjunction with the Spring Fair. View an exhibition of artworks featuring painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed media, glassware, and jewellery by prominent artists.



  • Niagara Park Public School-Trivia Night.

    Niagara Park Public School is hosting a Rock Quiz Trivia Night in August to help raise funds for their school. It has been requested by one of the P&C ladies if we would like to contribute to the Trivia Night prizes in the form of a gift voucher. We were more then happy to oblige.

    You can learn more about Niagara Park Public School  by heading to their website by clicking here.

  • Heritage College Lake Macquarie

    Heritage College is a Christadelphian school located on the western side of Lake Macquarie, near Morisset, NSW, Australia. It is a picturesque and peaceful setting for a school. The children are blessed to have such a wonderful environment in which to learn and grow. The school was established in 1997 to cater for the children of Christadelphian families located in the Newcastle and Central Coast regions of New South Wales. The educational needs of students from years K-12 are met and an excellent record is maintained for high achievement in academic tests, including the School Certificate and the HSC.

    Heritage College is holding a Spring Fair in September to raise funds for the school to help with the children's education. We have decided that we would like to help contribute to the raising of funds with donating a gift voucher for a prize on the day of the Spring Fair.

    If you would like to find out more about the Heritage College you can read more at the website by clicking here.

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