There's so many people who are fighting their own battles every day and we're humbled and proud to support Shell's Army and help to raise much-needed funds for ongoing medical expenses.
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The team at Boydita Flowers Delivered proudly support Rochelle Benoit and Kylie Sheen and their work with Tabitha Ministries in South Africa. Last year they raised $13,000 to implement a 3 month literacy program for orphaned and abandoned children.
In support of their ongoing work, a Men's Morning Tea will be held this Saturday morning at 8am and a Ladies Afternoon Tea Fundraiser this Sunday from 2pm - 4pm at Terrigal Uniting Church to help raise funds to purchase children's books and teaching resources for the school.
We encourage you to go along to these events and support this important cause.
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The Anthurium Plant is commonly grown as a houseplant they can tolerate all levels of indirect light, but Anthuriums growing in low light will have fewer flowers and will grow slower. These plants cannot tolerate direct light, however, as this can burn the leaves. It grows best in bright, indirect light.
Anthuriums also require that the soil be free draining but hold some water. Make sure to water your Anthurium plant regularly, but do not over water. Only water your Anthurium when the soil is dry to the touch. The plant is susceptible to root rot, so too much water can cause the roots to die back. If you allow the plant to become too dry in a pot, it will slow down its growth and the rootball will be difficult to re-wet. If the rootball becomes too dry in the pot, soak the pot the Anthurium plant is in for an hour to re-hydrate it.
Proper care for Anthuriums is not hard. Once you have the plant in the right soil and the right location, watering is simple. An Anthurium growing in your garden or home will reward you with wonderful, long lasting flowers.
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A little information about the gorgeous Spathiphyllum Pant commonly know as the Peace Lily. The plant has glossy, pointed and oval leaves that emerge from the soil. The white flowers emerge from the leaf stalk surrounded by a cupped white spathe that gradually fades from pure white to greenish or yellow over time. The central spadix is white or yellow.
Light: They are shade-loving plants in their native habitats, and in the home they prefer light to moderate shade. Some varieties can withstand more light.
Water: During the summer, water and mist frequently. They thrive with higher humidity. In water, reduce watering, but never allow the soil to dry out.
Temperature: They really prefer moist warmth; avoid cold drafts and temperatures below 13ºC if possible.
Soil: These plants like a rich, loose potting soil containing plenty of organic material.
Fertilizer: Feed weekly in the summer, or use slow-release pellets at the beginning of the season.
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Interflora have a great new addition to their plant range.
The new Terrariums are available in a range of sizes and make a great gift that will go on living with little care. The Terrariums can be delivered on the Central Coast or virtually anywhere in Australia.
Visit http://www.flowersdelivered.com.au/terrariums-and-plants.html to view the Terrarium range.
Frances is just one of the beautiful arrangements that you can get delivered to your Mum for Mother's Day.
We can deliver this beautiful arrangement anywhere on the Central Coast or we can arrange delivery virtually anywhere in Australia.
You can call 02 43677496 8AM-5:30PM weekdays and 8AM-4PM on Saturday to speak to one of our friendly team members and place your order.