At Little Triffids Flowers we aim to provide Wagga Wagga with something a bit different. Gorgeous, healthy, garden flowers that are local, seasonal, organic and fresh. Our flowers are grown by us, right here in Wagga Wagga, picked at dawn on the day they’re required and arranged in our studio. This means that not only are our flowers the freshest you can get – they’re also unique, sustainable and seasonal.
We love to grow heavenly scented sweet peas, fluffy ranunculus, dancing dahlias, and vibrant zinnias in profusion and many other unusual garden flowers and herbs that simply aren’t available at the flower markets.
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Who are Little Triffids?
Creative Director. Rose addict.
Managing Director. Hydrangea addict.
I love flowers. I have scaled high walls for flowers. Being with flowers is a pleasure and bringing them to others is a joy – be it in a posy for the kitchen table, an abundant bouquet for a special day, a cascade of colour and foliage overhead, or a blooming crown to adorn a smiling face. It makes me happy in some mysterious, deep and calm way. I love seeing the full life cycle of our Little Triffids flowers, starting from a tiny morsel, sprouting and blooming in the Wagga sun, to be snipped and lovingly arranged into something unique and special.
What are slow flowers?
The slow flower movement is the flower lovers’ answer to the slow food movement. Many flowers are imported from overseas meaning they have a huge carbon footprint and often less-than-desirable working conditions for pickers and growers. To ensure flowers last the arduous journeys they make across the country and the globe, harsh chemicals are often used – and then we bury our noses in them! Just like our food, isn’t it better if we can find beautiful blooms on our doorsteps?
Flowers grown in the right season, no heating or cooling, just the Sun’s energy.
Flowers like your grandma grows, heirloom varieties, heavy with scent and lovely in their unpredictable, natural forms.
Flowers pollinated by bees.
Flowers that are shaped by the elements they live in.
Flowers that don’t like to travel far but will happily go a couple of kilometres from our patch to your vase.