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Summer Wedding Flower Trends Read Post

Summer Wedding Flower Trends

Wedding season is in full swing at the moment. We’re in the last of spring and the summer of 2017/18 is on the horizon. So what’s coming for the ne...
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November Birth Flower: Chrysanthemum Read Post

November Birth Flower: Chrysanthemum

If you’re born in November - congratulations, the beautiful, ornamental, delicate chrysanthemum is your birth flower! History The history of the f...
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Flowers For Spring Weddings Read Post

Flowers For Spring Weddings

Love is in the air, the flowers are in bloom and wedding season is on! Spring is one of the best times to get married with the beautiful warm suns...
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3 Tips for Taking Flower Photos Read Post

3 Tips for Taking Flower Photos

Whenever we see beautiful, lush flowers or just treat ourselves with a bouquet, the temptation is to capture their incredible beauty and post it on...
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Lucy's Florist Has a New Website! Read Post

Lucy's Florist Has a New Website!

If you’re reading this you’ve probably noticed the website blog page is a little different. That’s because Lucy’s Florist has upgraded to a brand n...
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Why We Love Tulips Read Post

Why We Love Tulips

We surveyed each and every staff member at Lucy’s and it’s official - the humble tulip flower is top five of everyone’s ‘favourite flower’ list. Si...
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August Birth Flowers: Gladioli & Poppies Read Post

August Birth Flowers: Gladioli & Poppies

If you’re born in August you’re lucky, you have the choice of two very different flowers to represent your birth month: the gladiolus and the pop...
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How to Choose Hayfever Friendly Flowers for Spring Read Post

How to Choose Hayfever Friendly Flowers for Spring

For most, Spring is a beautiful season to look forward to each year. However, for some, Spring brings about coughing, sniffles and watery eyes, ev...
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How to Decorate for Christmas in July Read Post

How to Decorate for Christmas in July

One of the advantages of living Downunder is that you can take control of the cold season and host your own ‘Christmas in July’ seasonal party. It ...
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