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Winter Flowers | What’s especially beautiful right now

Winter in Melbourne might be especially cold, but a Melbourne Winter produces some incredible locally grown flowers which we absolutely love.

There’s a particular elegance to the flowers that are available during our winters in Australia. Taking a look around our store at the moment, some of our favourite winter flowers include:

  • Double Tulips
  • Frilly Tulips
  • Freesias
  • Hyacinth
  • Daphne
  • Cymbidium Orchids
  • Hellebore
  • Erlicheer
  • Stock 
  • Sweet pea
  • Flowering Rhododendron
  • Grandiflora Magnolia

Tulip flowers

If you follow us on Instagram or Facebook you’ll know we love seasonal flowers which are sourced from only the very best Victorian Growers. 

Double Tulips are a standout and not always available everywhere. They are such a simple flower but give so much enjoyment when you are watching them change form and bloom. You can expect our fresh, A-grade Tulips to last 5-12 days. Another Tulip variety we source is a Frilly Tulip which have a frilly edge at the top of their bloom. Frilly Tulips tend to change colour and double is size which is always fun! We also source standard Ice Varieties in a range of white, pink and red tones.

Tulip FlowersTulip and Rose Flowers

If you love fragrant flowers, you’ll love our Daphne, Sweet pea, Stock, Hyacinth, Freesias and Erlicheer. All of these Winter Flowers have a unique floral scent to the flower and will add a beautiful scent to your home or business. There’s something very special about fragrant flowers in a home.

Winter Foliages

Alternatively if you prefer foliage, you’ll love our range of locally grown foliage which include Magnolia (Little Gem and Grandiflora varieties), Rhododendrons, Camellias and Ivy Berry Foliages. 

Flowers in a Melbourne Florist

Be sure to pop into store to see and smell all the beautiful Winter Flowers and Foliages before Spring arrives!

Kate x


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