With St Valentines Day two weeks away, now is a great time to start planning for this romantic occasion. The first thing with Valentine’s Day is to surprise your love interest by sending flowers. As Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year for florists around the world, make sure to get your order in early. Alot of florists will stop taking orders a couple of days before the 14th of February – most will use Friday, 10 February as their cutoff date for taking orders. This gives them Saturday to buy the flowers they need from local markets and then two full days to makeup the arrrangements. To avoid dissapointment this Valentine’s Day, don’t wait for the last minute to buy flowers.
Jardins has an amazing and very unique boxed flowers which would make a great Valentine’s Day surprise. Three dozen – 36 roses – presented in a square box with lid. There are a variety of rose colours to choose from and two different colour boxes; black or white. Pink and Red roses are perfect for Valentine’s Day
Jardins only delivers to metro Melbourne suburbs, so below are some options for sending flowers interstate to Sydney and Austral wide.
Sending flowers to Sydney, NSW, take a look at the beautiful romantic roses and flowers from local Florist Darlinghurst that delivers to all businesses in Sydney CBD as well as residential homes around Sydney.
Don’t forget Mother’s day is not far off as well – the second Sunday of May. While on the subject of mothers, that is mothers of newborn babies, checkout these nappy cakes from My Baby Gifts, based in Melbourne and delivers Australia-wide.
The annual Preloved Baby & Children’s Market is on Saturday, 24 October from 9am to 1pm. Up to 30 stallholder mums selling off bargains. No entry fees.
As part of Community Safety Month Banyule Council is putting on free activities for the kids in the car park. Children’s craft activities, face painting, music & DJ, free child restraint checks, community safety and Consumer Affairs information.
Diamond Village Shopping Centre, 78 Nepean Street, Watsonia.
Spring is here and that means that it’s tomato season for Plants by Adam. New cultivars to the range include Cherokee Purple and Scoresby Dwarf as well as the favourites Roma, Lemon Drop and Green Zebra by PLANTS BY ADAM.
Come along on Saturday 12 September from 9am to 1pm.