Pearsons Floral Diary

  1. Roselily


    The Roselily is a pollen free variety of Oriental lily with a soft and gentle fragrance. Yes it's pollen FREE - so no more pollen on your clothing after handling them! Intrigued? Read more...

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  2. Native & Wild Flowers

    Native & Wild Flowers

    NATIVE and WILD Flowers really pack a punch with their dynamic textures, rustic colours and versatility. If you need long lasting flowers that make a statement you won't do better than choosing these confident and powerful blooms.

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  3. Delphinium Daydream

    Delphinium Daydream

    Bright blue skies, a sparkling blue ocean, sitting on your powdery blue beach towel, eating bursts of sugary blueberries … there’s just something about the colour blue that imbues calm, well-being and stability. Often associated with depth, healing, health & tranquility; blue is considered a beneficial colour for soothing the mind and the body. Read more...

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  4. Waratahs


    Awaken the wow factor with Waratahs

    Far from the red earth of the north, the red sunsets of the west and the red kangaroos of Australia’s centre, the south-eastern dwellers of this sun blessed country have another crimson claim-to-fame. The striking Waratah flower. (Yes, that does include the NSW Rugby Waratahs – if sport excites you as much as flowers energise us!). Read more... 

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  5. Phalaenopsis Orchid Plants

    Phalaenopsis Orchid Plants

    Phalaenopsis orchids are a beautiful flowering potted plant that we have seen grow enormously in popularity over the last few years. We love their graceful arching stems and clean, crisp colours add the way they add an exotic elegance to any room. It’s no surprise then that many interior designers feature this beautiful plant in so many contemporary room designs. Read more...

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  6. Dad's Special Day - Sunday 6th September 2020

    Dad's Special Day - Sunday 6th September 2020

    Dads. Generous. Reliable. Strong.

    And a little more adventurous than we give them credit for! Read more...

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  7. Chinese Valentine's Day

    Chinese Valentine's Day

    The Qixi Festival also known as the Qiqiao Festival is a Chinese festival that celebrates the annual meeting of the cowherd and weaver girl in Chinese mythology. Chinese Valentines Day falls on the seventh day of the 7th month on the Chinese calendar. It is sometimes called the Double Seventh Festival, the Night of Sevens, or the Magpie Festival. Read more...

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  8. Dried and Preserved Flowers

    Dried and Preserved Flowers

    We ADORE the current TREND for dried, preserved and silk flowers - they are just fabulous.

    Modern preserved and dried flowers are available in so many fab colours, styles and textures that you can create a design to enhance any space or style. Read more...

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  9. Qixi Festival

    Qixi Festival

    Tuesday 25th August 2020

    Florists LOVE romance! And what could be more romantic than the story behind Chinese Valentine's Day, the Qixi Festival. The tale is a love story between Zhinu (the weaver girl, symbolised by the star Vega) and Niulang (the cowherd, symbolised by Altair). Their love was forbidden, and so they were banished to opposite sides of the Silver River (symbolised by the the Milky Way). Once a year, on the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, a flock of magpies forms a bridge to reunite the lovers for one day. SIGH!!! Such a lovely story. Read more...

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  10. Golden Wattle

    Golden Wattle

    The golden wattle, botanical name Acacia pycnantha is a hardy shrub of the family Fabaceae and it is native to southeastern Australia. It is the floral emblem of Australia. Read more...

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