Graphic Artist Turns to Flowers


Michael Marshall has been a graphic designer for nearly three decades, until his career path took a huge change.
The 54-year-old Victoria native is having a lot of luck with this new career path.
Marshall became the proprietor of the Grower Direct franchise which distributes flowers to the Victoria area. He has rekindled a passion that he had been harboring for many …

Seasonal changes – Autumn


The first autumn flowers are beginning to become available. A few of the popular christmas bloomers are putting up the first buds.
Its a great time of year with late blossoming roses and amaryllis about to be both available at the same time! Gold and red flowers together are a seasonal favourite, giving warmth to a room. Why not call our …

Tips for Finding a Florist


It is a human nature, that you want the very best of everything in your life and why should you not  get  the best where flowers are concerned? Most florist sites say a lot but the delivered product is not as expected. We at understand the needs of our consumers. Our site merchandising is at par with any florist …

A Flower that can make it Through the Dog Days


In very hot climates not many flowers are putting on a show. August is usually the worst month, where only the annuals really give their best. This does not mean that there aren’t any perennials and shrubs that can give you colour and blooms in your garden.

The pernnial hibiscus is excellent for toughing it out during the really hot days. …

Spring and Flowers in the Land Down-Under


Those of us living in the Northern Hemisphere, know in the back of our minds that the warm days of summer are over. However at the other end of the world in Sydney, Australia the streets of the city are just starting to bloom with the colours of spring.
They are also feeling the changes in weather and Australians are experiencing …

Flowers FAQ’s Part II


FAQ’s are the questions very frequently asked by our customers. These questions are answered according to our product and services displayed at our site. There are several good reasons why you should have properly updated FAQ’s.

FAQ clears out any confusion your customer might have about buying your product and services. Keep in mind, …

The Things that Chew on Your Flowers


This is the time of year when you will notice that many of your plants and flowers are getting chewed on by something. There are many pests that will feed on your annual flowers and your perennials, attacking both the leaves and the blossoms.

There has been a lot of rain this year, so slugs are really on the move. They …

Crafting the Perfect Atmosphere with Wedding Flowers


The flowers you choose for your wedding will really have an impact on what kind of atmosphere you create. There are many factors that need to be considered, to help you decide how much or how little you will spend.

The first and most important step is to do an inspection of the site of the wedding with your florist. The …

An Easy Flower to Grow – the Scarlett Tassel


The Scarlett tassel is a type of flower that is half an inch in diameter and which truly reminds one of shaving brush or a tassel.
The flowers of this plant are bright red as the name indicates. This flower seeds itself making it very easy to grow. The seeds mature and are usually blown off by the wind, similar to …

Flowers FAQ’s Part I


The purpose of FAQ’s is to provide the internet users with quick and easy references or answers to their queries. Your company provides many product and service to the customers. This product may require lots of instructions to assemble, tips to use efficiently, or simply requires lots of questions to be answered before it can be used. What are the …