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The Perfect way to Spoil your Mother Figure (In the East End)

  What will you be doing on the 12th of May. Have you got plans to spoil your mum or are you stuck for ideas. Well you have come to the right place, East End Flower Market has got you covered for some tip top ideas on what you can do (in the east end of course) to make this Mother’s Day the best yet!   Start your morning with a stroll to one of the many brunch spots in the East End. Our favourite is Le Carpe Diem on Grenfell St – they make the best crepes, both sweet and savoury along with baked goods like fresh almond croissants. Follow the smell of coffee and chocolate and you will...

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The Top 5 Flower Products for Mothers Day at EEFM

Flowers for Mothers Day? Who would’ve thought! Getting your mum (or a motherly figure) flowers for Mothers Day may seem like a last resort idea to some, but we believe that with the right product, you can really impress your mum (and not make it seem like you’ve just quickly run into the servo and grabbed the last bunch of wilted, life-less flowers. Please don’t do that). Flowers, when put together with loving and thoughtful intention, just as we do here at EEFM, can really say those words that you can’t quite put together. You know those moments where you’re writing a ‘thank-you’ card to someone and you just don’t have the words? Flowers do the work for you! At...

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The Meaning of mother’s day

We all love our mums or motherly figures in our life and although we have a day to celebrate them, we should really appreciate them a lot more often as these incredible people in our lives play a big part in who we are (basically they are the reason that we are such fabulous people) and without them the world probably wouldn’t function!   Mothers day can mean a lot of different things like:   A celebration of motherhood, especially for all those new mums out there. A day to honour your mother or a motherly figure and everything they’ve done for you Recognising the influence of mothers in society (getting the kids to school, scoring the kids sporting games,...

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Hot Cross Bun Bouquet

Hot Cross Bun Bouquet….. GET IT WHILE IT’S HOT!!!!!   With Easter right around the corner, it means hot cross buns have been out for months and now its finally time for us to share a little treat with you guys…….. and that’s why we’ve created our very own hot cross bun bouquet!   For a limited time only you can get the bouquet that looks good enough to eat!!! With delicious bronze chrysanthemums like the golden brown buns, white Easter daisy spread across the bouquet like the white cross on top of the bun. Earthy blue gum that little Easter bunny would hide amongst when delivering his goodies. Wheat which funnily enough is in the real bun and our...

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Let’s talk about Stirlingia!

  Stirlingia is a native western Australian flower, technically part of the protea family which is wild because it looks nothing like them!!!! Its nickname is blue boy as when they are fresh the inside of the hairy ball is blue little spikes. However, it is really named after the first governor of WA, Sir James Stirling.   The flower buds grow in the colour of brown, yellow and red. With the growing season August to October in sandy terrain and they can only grow from smoke treatment rather than seedlings.   They are a long stem with the flowers growing up it and clustering towards the top in the shape of little balls. They are a perfect drying flower,...

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