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Floreat Loves

Thank you EVERYONE for 2019

by Jane Lampe |

While we look forward to a break over the next few weeks, and a new start in the year ahead, it is always so important for us to look back on the last 12 months and appreciate what we've achieved. For us, the year started for us in a fairly low-key fashion while I was in the middle of my treatment....

#buyfromthebush

by Jane Lampe |

A few of you may know I grew up in Narrabri, north west NSW, and my family are still there on our family farm. I may be biased, but I think it’s the best town in the world! You would also know that there is a shocking drought throughout NSW, and our regional areas are really bearing the brunt of...

HOW TO: Make a Dried Christmas Wreath

by Beth Abood |

At Floreat we really love dried wreaths. Unlike fresh wreaths, you've got way more materials to choose from (with fresh wreaths you’re limited to what will last out of water), you can be sure it'll last until Christmas, and the tones and textures of dried flowers are just so beautiful.  There are now 22 days left until Christmas, which means plenty of time...

Floreat Loves : Top Ten of the Week : 17 November 2019

by Jane Lampe |

Another week, another edition of Floreat Loves: Top Ten of the Week. Here are the top ten images from the gram that inspired us at Floreat this week.  1. Aesme OMGosh Christmas wreath Inspo this year for us at Floreat from the beautiful Aesme. 2. Rodarte   Who is Rodarte's florist - does anyone know? They do...

How Amy Merrick Reminded Me Why I Became a Florist

by Jane Lampe |

When I first started seriously considering becoming a florist, I didn't want to be "standard". No contrived bouquets of lilies, roses and viburnum for me. I wanted my flowers to be natural, have character, life, and most of all, SCENT! And I wanted to appreciate flowers for what they were, natural, and beautiful. Having grown up in Narrabri, where the dry climate and...

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