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The Boydita Flowers Delivered Blog

A business blog for florists and flower lovers by florists and flower lovers.

  • It's competition time tomorrow for Emily.

    Happy Saturday Everyone.


    Tomorrow is an exciting day as our very own Emily is competing in the Rising Star competition that Interflora Australia is holding at the Horticultural Pavilion at the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

    We would like to wish Emily all the luck in the competition and we are sure she will do us proud.

    If you are heading to the Sydney Royal Easter Show tomorrow make sure you drop into the Horticultural Pavilion and watch all the exciting competitions, marvel at the floral sculptures and lots more.

  • Terrigal Uniting Worship & Community Centre


    Rochelle Benoit and Kylie Sheen will be travelling to South Africa to implement a 3 month literacy program with children orphaned or abandoned due to HIV/AIDS. These children are cared for by a Christian non-profit organisation called Tabitha Ministries, based in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa.

    As teachers, Kylie and Rochelle understand the importance of good literacy skills and the power of education in changing lives. They are looking forward to making a positive impact on these children's futures.

    They are holding a number of fundraising events in April to assist them in purchasing resources for their program and to help create a library within their orphanage.

    We have donated some gift vouchers as prizes at these events and wish Rochelle Benoit and Kylie Sheen luck in their endeavor to provide assistance to these children.

  • Gift Of The Moment.

    This arrangement is called Jemima.

    This is one of the most popular arrangements this season. Jemima can be sent anywhere on the Central Coast by us or through Interflora virtually anywhere in Australia.

    You can view the wide variety of floral arrangements and gift hampers that are available this season at www.flowersdelivered.com.au


    We hope everyone has a VERY Happy and Safe Easter.

    Our Riverside Park West Gosford and Fountain Plaza Erina stores will be open Easter Saturday for all your special Easter Floral requirements.

    Do not forget if you are heading to The Sydney Royal Easter Show to go into the Flower and Garden Pavilion and marvel at all the beautiful floral displays!

    For more information on this year's Sydney Royal Easter Show visithttp://www.eastershow.com.au/

  • Daylight Savings.

    Daylight Savings ends tomorrow morning at 3am. Don't forget to wind your clocks back an hour before you go to bed tonight and enjoy that extra hour of sleep in the morning. 

  • Snapdragon.


    How quick is this year going, it's already the first Saturday in April.

    Did you know??

    Once the Snapdragon flower dies, the seed cases begin to resemble tiny skulls.

  • Plants

    Hello, Flower Doctor here,

    The plants that we have available in store aren't just a pretty face.
    Our plants filter out common volatile organic compounds (VOCs).

    Phaeleonopsis Orchids have a bad reputation as being finicky and difficult to grow, but really, the opposite is true. Most people end up killing their orchids with kindness (too much water and sunlight). Aside from being easy to take care of, orchids rid the air of xylene, a pollutant found in many glues and paints so they make wonderful housewarming gifts for anyone who recently moved into or renovated a new space. Unlike some other plants, orchids also respire and give off oxygen at night – so they’re great for the bedroom.

    Spathiphyllum like shade and weekly watering that's all the peace lily needs to survive and produce blooms. It topped NASA’s list for removing all three of most common volatile organic compounds (VOCs) — formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. It can also combat toluene and xylene.

    Anthuriums make lovely gifts because of their exotic-looking blooms. Their large, dark leaves suck up ammonia, formaldehyde, toluene and xylene, so they're a thoughtful present for a workplace and home offices (especially around copiers, printers or adhesives).

  • Interflora Competition


    On Sunday the 13th April Interflora is holding an outstanding day of competitions at the Horticultural Pavilion at Sydney's Royal Easter Show. These competitions will be great to watch and witness the competitive and creative spirits of the competitors.

    Our very own Emily will be competing in the Rising Star competition which is a stand-alone event in which florists can gain experience as an introduction to competing before moving onto a higher level.



    Smile day is The Humour Foundation's annual fundraising campaign. It is the one day of the year we ask the public to get involved in raising funds to help sick children SMILE in hospitals around Australia. Together we can discover the power of a smile!

    If you would like to find out more about this click the link below:

  • Laurel Wreath For ANZAC Day

    Anzac Day 25th April is probably Australia's most important national occasion. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australia and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Anzac stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps.

    Wreaths and flowers have traditionally been laid on graves and memorials in memory of the dead. The traditional Laurel wreath is made using Laurel leaves as the base. Laurel leaves are used in a mark of honour. The spray created at the base of the wreath traditionally consists of Red Poppies as they have been recognised as the flower of remembrance. A 'Lest We Forget' ribbon is placed across the wreath high on the left and low on the right symbolising the rising and setting of the sun, east to west. When placing your order this year be sure to advise the friendly team here at Boydita your school, group or organisations colours to enable us to include these in the wreath.

    Please note that we will be closed Friday 25th April for ANZAC day.

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