Seasonal Natives

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About these blooms

Every week our florists work with the growers to source the freshest native flowers, which may include Australian natives such as banksias, wax flowers, thryptomene, billy buttons, wattle and eucalyptus, as well as other non-native wildflowers like leucadendrons and proteas, depending on the season.

Natives are a hardy bunch and typically last two to three times as long as traditional bouquets. A perfect choice for all flower gifting occasions, big and small, including birthdays, Mother's Day and housewarmings, as well as for sending get-well wishes and condolences.

At most times of year, our Seasonal Natives are available for same-day delivery in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth Metro when you order before 12pm.

Please note: As we always endeavour to send you the freshest and most beautiful locally-grown natives and wildflowers possible, the ones you or your recipient receive may be different to those pictured here. In January, for example, our natives bunches may be slightly greener than usual, as the more vibrant varieties of larger hero flowers like banksias and proteas are harder to come by at this time of year.

A note about the vase: The vase shown in the main product imagery is used for styling purposes only and is not indicative of the vase sent out with these flowers. Please refer to the very last image to see the type of vase sent out with these blooms.

Flowers arrive in bud, then bloom over the course of 24 to 48 hours

Sourced fresh daily, so substitutions may occur (but will be just as nice!)

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Free printed card with every order - write your personal message on the cart page

Send ASAP with express delivery, or prebook for a future delivery date

Free booklet of flower arrangement and care tips included

Our signature gift box can be recycled or repurposed

Option to carbon offset your order at checkout (a happy planet = happy flowers)

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