Huzzah! We’re rockstars! Beth’s amazing floral scarf was selected by floral royalty Holly Hipwell to be a finalist in the Tesselaar Rockstar Florist comp! That’s a national comp folks! It’s made from flowers from our farm or foraged items (Yes even the orchid is ours!) and it’s such an awesome thing for the slow flower … Continue reading Rockstar Finalists!
Well we don’t like to toot our own horn – but we’re perfectly happy for someone else to do it for us! We’ve now got a page with very kind words from our gorgeous couples. It’s such a privilege to be involved in peoples wedding day and we want you to know that we feel … Continue reading Fan Mail page is now live!
Playing around with flat lays! The bottom one is my favourite – which is yours? Continue reading Flowers from above
We played dress up with some left over blooms (and our somewhat exuberant foliage pickings)! And of course, it’s fun to have a bit of practice with large scale stuff from time to time… Wouldn’t it be nice to have a lush mantle all year round? Continue reading Mantlepiece Dress Up
Did you notice our updated about page? Did you notice a new voice on our Instagram feed? Did you notice how I changed everything from saying I to we?! Yes! I have a partner in crime flower addiction! Her name is Bethany and I like her a lot! Bethany is coming on board to be Little … Continue reading Introducing…
Did I mention Little Triffids had been concentrating on growing something pretty special? This little guy is taking up a fair bit of time right now – but I’m so excited for this spring. I’ll be trialling lupines, stock, snap dragons and returning with even more ranunculus, anemones and fressia than before as well as … Continue reading We pause for…
My mumma and I took a weekend trip to Victoria to visit some beautiful gardens. We visited Buda in Castlemain, where I captured the one and only peony currently in flower in all of Australia (I think?), Lambley Gardens and nursery – stunning display gardens and fabulous plants for sale, St Erths (ahhh the Diggers … Continue reading Victorian Gardens