Little Triffids offers flowers by a subscription service. Just like a veggie box, only prettier!
Sign Up to receive a beautiful arrangement for your kitchen table or business foyer for a Spring or Summer season, delivered right to your door in central Wagga Wagga.
What am I getting?
All our flowers are grown right here in Wagga Wagga and are picked just before being made into arrangements, making them super fresh with a great vase life.
Just like a veggie box, only prettier!
Little Triffids flowers are the real deal: garden favourites grown for their inherent natural beauty and scent. They’re grown in the fresh air, free from harsh chemicals, and farmed using slow flower principles. Arrangements aim to reflect the wild beauty of each lovingly grown stem, the colours of the season, and are sure to be unlike anything offered elsewhere.
Arrangements are ‘kitchen table’ sized, a bouquet to pop on the table for all to admire – but still see over! If you would like something bigger do get in touch and we can cater to your needs.
What does it cost?
Choose from the options below:
The gift that keeps giving!
Monthly, 3 bouquets, delivered once a month for $120
The fortnightly refresh!
Fortnightly, 6 bouquets, delivered every fortnight for $220
Non stop flowery goodness!
Weekly, 12 bouquets, delivered every week for $400
When do I get it?
Spring Season 2016: September – November
Summer season 2017: January – March
Good to know…
Because our blooms are subject to the whims of the great outdoors there is some flexibility in the start time of the first bouquet. Each season you will be notified the exact date of when your blooms are on their way. Little Triffids also begs for your understanding that in matters of field-grown flowers some things can be beyond our control: hail, pestilence, floods may all put a temporary halt to proceedings – in such cases you will have the choice of making up any missed bouquets at a later date, or a refund on undelivered bouquets.
What if I miss a week?
Little Triffids can not make exceptions or give discounts in the case of a bouquet being missed or not needed. If you do know you are not going to be around for a bouquet we suggest you pass it on to a friend and get them to pick it up instead.
Looking after your bouquet
To increase the longevity of your flowers there are a few tricks of the trade you can employ.
- Make sure the vessel your flowers are in is very clean.
- Give the stems a fresh cut before you put them in your vase.
- Keep the water cool and fresh. (Change the water every other day!)
- Keep the flowers out of direct sunlight and heat.
- Pop them in the fridge overnight – if you have the space!