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On Giving with East End Flower Market

EEFM's charity program for 2021 For the past 6 years, East End Flower Market has been supported and lifted up by our incredible community. It’s the reason that we’ve been able to grow into the business and family that we are today.Despite the uncertainty that Covid-19 caused for so many small businesses in Australia last year, we were able to continue to serve, and be so wonderfully propped up by our community. We feel extremely grateful to have such a loyal, uplifting extended family, who allowed us to continue doing what we love, throughout a pandemic! It brought us endless joy to be the bridge between our community and their loved ones, at times when the physical distance felt further.With all...

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Caring for plants in winter

 Plant care in winter Lower light levels, frost, cold weather and dry air. Things that make it hard for our plant friends to survive. Which makes winter the easiest time to kill a plant.  The trick to keeping your plants alive, is a simple change in your care routine to suit the chilly climate.  We've compiled a list of ways to help your friends out!  Light  Make sure your plants are in the best spots to get the best sunlight. Shift them to the brightest windows in your house that get lots of warm afternoon sunlight. Wash dust off your plants so the leaves can make maximum use of the available light. Add fluorescent lighting. Grow lamps can be found at hardware stores and work...

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Poppies are Popping off at at East End Flower Market!

Poppies are an absolutely glorious flower and we are stoked to have them here at East End flower Market!Poppies are a sculptural beauty when placed in a vase and are a great gift or addition to your home space.  Poppies are a flowering plant which are part of the papaveroidae family, and are grown for their colourful, tissue like blossoms, but also for medicinal, culinary and symbolic uses. When you receive your poppies they will likely not have fully bloomed but do not worry! In 2 to 3 days you will have a vase full of stunning pastel colour to brighten your day.  When keeping poppies in a vase, it is important to cut the stems on a diagonal and...

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On Giving - National Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week 2021

More than a word.Reconciliation takes action. East End Flower Market acknowledges the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners and Custodians of the lands on which we work, and pay our respect to Indigenous Elders past, present and emerging. We honour their legacy and acknowledge that the spiritual connections enjoyed by the Kaurna people for millennia continue to this day. Sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be, Aboriginal land. ~  National Sorry Day is observed on 26 May each year. It is a day to remember and acknowledge the mistreatment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, who were forcibly removed from their families and communities, now known as ‘The Stolen Generations’.  National Sorry Day is followed...

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