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4 reasons why Peace Lilies are one of our favourites…

Peace lilies are one of our favourite plants at East End Flower Market. Not only do they flower beautifully, they also are a great touch of lush greenery in your home. They require little help to thrive, which means they have a big tick of approval from us. Here are 4 reasons why Peace Lilies are one of our favourites…  Easy Care Some plants may look healthy for months and overnight they suddenly die past the point of return, and you only wish it showed you that it was struggling. Luckily when it comes to Peace Lily’s they are not like that. They stand nice and tall when they have been watered appropriately and droop down when they need extra...

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How to care for your indoor plants in the cooler months

If you have either stepped into our space at 248 Grenfell St, Adelaide or had a nosey at our social media pages you would have noticed that we are obsessed with indoor plants. Indoor plants make our living spacious feel more homely and at work it brings the outdoors, indoors.   Over the winter months you probably think that you don’t need to give your plant some love and care but you do! It’s important to establish the different care instructions going from summer to winter and vice versa.   Here are a few tips East End Flower Market recommends for your plant friend in the cooler months.   It is important in the cooler months to manage your watering....

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Exciting News at EEFM

 Unless you have been living under a large fiddle leaf these last few months, you would already know that there are some exciting changes that have taken place at our humble flower shop East End Flower Market.   We have a second home. Now, don’t fret. We are still nestled in our favourite little corner of the East End (Corner of Grenfell and East Terrance.) However, through some thoughtful planning, time and effort we will now be delivering all of our bouquets from a new location- South Side. This means, we are able to take more orders each day, so if you find you have forgotten that anniversary or birthday, no worries. We take same day deliveries if placed...

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Fiddle Leaf Fig

Fiddle Leaf Fig Plant The girls at EEFM often find ourselves having the same conversation to one another about how to look after our Fiddle Leaf Figs. Amusingly we all look after them a little bit different and can never really end the conversation on them. Fiddle Leaf Figs can sometimes be labeled a complex plant to look after. It does make it hard to tell our customers just one way (or an easy way) to look after it at home. The best way to cater to any new plant is to find out what type of environment it is originally from. The Fiddle Leaf Fig is native to Africa, which is a tropical location. They can grow up to...

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10 Groovy Facts about Daisies

10 Groovy Facts about Daisies   Daisies can literally grow anywhere on earth except Antarctica but I think we can give them a break on that one.  2. Each flower has a message and according to the Language of Flowers, the daisy brings a message of innocence and purity.  Daisies are a rich source of vitamin C. Some people believe it has a pleasant taste. Some daisy varieties can be used in salads, soups and sandwiches. Both flowers and leaves are edible but we haven’t tried this one out yet. Daisies are a biennial plant, which means that its life cycle ends after two years.  5. If not controlled, some daisies can become serious weeds and this is because they thrive in...

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