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Looking for somewhere to get your blooms in Newcastle?

There’s nothing better than a fresh bunch of flowers to brighten up a room. The smell that fills the air is something we all know and love. Whether it’s a celebratory bunch for a friend’s birthday, a more subtle, native bunch to sit in the living room with earthy tones and textures, or just the brightest bunch you can find because you want to add a splash of colour to the house; you can find what you want in Newcastle.

Blooms on Darby
169 Darby St, Cooks Hill

Created by floral stylists and mother/daughter team, Melissa and Natalie bringing together their experience in floral design and their passion for travel to create boutique pieces through the use of texture shape and colour.

When asked to describe their floristry style they both agree on a slightly more vintage approach. Drawn to unusual textures, Nat said they love to work with varieties that are a little different and anything that captures their eye, however, they are always open to requests.

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Belflora
226 Denison St, Broadmeadow

Belflora is the largest single fresh flower retail store in Australia; they create bespoke bouquets for any occasion and sell fresh cut flowers. They have a huge range of fresh and native flowers, complimenting the changing of seasons.

The professional and friendly staff will assist you in the selection of your flowers for your unique needs.

They also deliver all over the Hunter region, including Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, and Maitland. 

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Valenteen Floral Designs
Maker Store, 148 Parry St, Newcastle West

Morgan Kerr, the creator of Valenteen begun working with a friend who was dealing with flowers at TAFE. Morgan was studying marketing and getting a bit bored, so thought maybe she could do flowers as well.

“Flowers that have meaning to your life and are sustainable, not just your traditional teddy bear and wine florist, something a bit different. I think this is where the dried flowers really come into it because people are like wow, they are recycled flowers that are amazing. Don’t just throw them out, they have meaning, they have a longer life span. It’s a combination of a lot of things pulled together to be hopefully different from everyone else”.

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Newcastle Flowers By Design
64 Orchardtown Rd, New Lambton 

Located in the heart of New Lambton, Newcastle Flowers By Design provides fresh flowers delivered to all areas of Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, and the Hunter Valley.

They are a beautiful local-based flower studio, who believe in beauty on any budget. Don’t be fooled, they are a real florist, not an online order taker, and value their customer relationships.

Sourcing only the freshest flowers and highest quality products to create the perfect flower arrangement or bouquet for every occasion. 

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Newcastle Food & Flower Markets
1 Rural Drive, Sandgate

Jess Eckford-Aguilera is a florist with plenty of experience up her sleeves, so it’s no surprise to see that the floral bar is well and truly pumping. A favourite for local florists as well as for customers wanting to spruik up their home, the flower range is full of locally grown blooms, as well as ordered in goodies.

They also host an array of green-friendly workshops that cover floral designing, cooking demonstrations, bridal styling, plant-care tutorials, and much more.

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Pushing Pansies
Shop G-K807, 30 Pearson Street, Charlestown Square

Behind Pushing Pansies is a collaboration between two sisters who design in an unstructured, wild, and on-trend style. Specialising in weddings, as well as your daily floral bouquet, Pushing Pansies' sense of style brings a spirit set to push the floral limits.

Having combined backgrounds in interior design & styling, graphic design, fashion design, and of course, floristry, Pushing Pansies are all-around creatives that love producing that real floral magic.

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Little Wren Flowers
73 Elizabeth St, Tighes Hill

For those not familiar with Newcastle’s mysterious flower fairy, Little Wren Flowers is the name, and the lady behind this gorgeous business is Kamisha Refalo. Kamisha has been sprinkling poses of colour and all sorts of beautifulness throughout our city for some time now and whilst floristry isn’t anything new, Little Wren isn’t your typical florist.

Kamisha prefers to describe her style as being more artistic or sculptural and takes a more natural approach to the art of floristry. Her style is wild, eclectic, whimsical, and flowing.

Kamisha’s preference for using seasonal flowers is always on display in her grand old warehouse in Tighes Hill.

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Newcastle Florist
11 Gothic St, Jesmond

Nothing is pre-prepared at Newcastle Florist. All their floral bouquets and arrangements are prepared fresh and on-demand by professional and caring florists. If you order flowers online by 2pm, they will freshly prepare them and deliver them around Newcastle the same day. If you want to pop in on your way home or to an event, they will prepare floral arrangements and bouquets while you wait.

If you want to order something extra-special or have a wedding or event coming up, get in touch to speak with a member of their friendly team.

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Still Life Floral Art
Online

Owned by Maia, the aesthetic of Still Life Floral Art’s blooms is influenced by fine art, design, and of course the seasons. You might recognise the name as Maia use to have a set-up right in the heart of The Junction Fair. Now solely online, you can choose from curated bloom and foliage creations tailored to everyone and every occasion.

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The Posy Post
Online 

The Hunter’s go-to for fresh and pretty posies delivered daily from $39. Delivering to Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland and The Central Coast – you can get your blooms to loved ones in no time.

Each and every day, one style of posy is created in three different sizes with the prettiest and freshest florals sourced and delivered on the same day.

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Botanica Bird
Online 

Meet Rachael, the head floral designer, and owner of Botanica Bird. The Newcastle based studio florist is known for its saturated vision and striking floral designs that skilfully juxtapose rapturous colour and form. Working with the seasons and heavily influenced by the wilderness and domesticity of suburban gardens, buying a bloom from Botanica Bird means you’re buying something incredibly unique.

Shop online or head into either House of Lita in Wickham or Yu Non-Toxic to pick up your fresh Botanica Bird blooms.

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Waldon’s Flower Shop
Westfield Kotara & 192 Union St, The Junction

Waldon’s Flower Shop begun with a 16-year-old girls love of flowers. Kylie had spent her life growing and picking flowers on her parent’s family farm at Wyee.

Kylie opened her first shop on the 3rd October 1990 at Garden City (now known as Westfield Kotara). With the 30th anniversary of her first shop approaching, this marks a huge milestone for Waldon’s Flower Shop. 

Waldon’s family grown flowers are delivered to all Newcastle suburbs.

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