Wishing you all a happy and safe Christmas and New Year, from all the team at Adam’s Garden Florist, and Wilo.
We will be opening varied hours over the holiday period, just give us a call to check if we’re open if you need flowers delivered on the Gold Coast, or need to pick something up.
We will definitely be closed on 25th, 26th Dec. and the 1st Jan. Other days to be advised.
Sometimes you just have to go a little bit over the top, what a wonderful surprise gift though!
A large basket full of roses, lilies, alstromeria, orchids, etc…
This morning I felt like going away, do you ever get the feeling? You just want to be somewhere else, doing something else for a while, even just for today. Of course, it’s usually not possible… so today I thought I’d just post some lovely green things that make me happy, inspire me, help me breathe again, and remind me of the wonderful places where the photos were taken… enjoy…
Some days are just oopsy days…
We go together like peaches and cream.
Make a wish!
If you haven’t seen the earlier ones check out this post: //www.adamsgardenflorist.com.au/text-cards.htm
Thanks for your super modelling bears! You guys rock (in a quiet happy way, which is the way we like…)!
Experimenting with ideas for how to use these funky candle vases…orchids floating in water came to mind, but there must be lots of possibilities!
Some weeks ago we were asked to do a very special white heart wreath with a feature.
Flowers used: disbuds, Polaris and daisy chrysanthemums, freesias, arum lilies. Size: approx. 80cm across.
These are a couple of small starter topiaries we have in store. The first is the cutest figgy-vine heart and the second is a lovely ivy circle.
This week’s flower profile is the Ranuncula Ranunculi Ranunculus! However you say it, we love them. A beautiful spring flower that some mistake for a rose, but it has a soft stem, and on closer inspection you will find it’s quite its own thing. It could almost be described a a tiny peony, in a way. But really, it is a tight bud that opens up in a burst of the softest, most delicate petals, and possesses a wonderful old-world charm.
Another way to display your tillandsias that’s so simple but so effective
These glass hanging globes are a lot of fun. We think they might just be the perfect gift for someone who has everything. We love the coastal coolness about them.
You can get these beautiful examples in store, globes also available separately if you had other ideas! Get creative!
New in this week are these natural soy candles from Missy La’Belle, aren’t they super gorgeous! And, to make it even better, they are another wonderful product made right here on the Gold Coast.
Fragrances include: French pear, orange vanilla, coconut and lime, lily and ginger.
We think a Missy La’Belle candle paired with a hanging tillandsia terrarium would be the perfect gift!
Adam’s Garden Florist will be closed on Monday 1st of October for the Queen’s Birthday Holiday (It’s a new date in Queensland this year). Apologies for any inconvenience! We hope you have a great day! Much love, AGF
What does a florist do with a few spare minutes and a long piece of gymea leaf? Why, make a green rosette! (and post it here, of course!)
Maybe a fun alternative to a traditional boutonniere or corsage? Hmm… or even instead of a bow for the hair? Oh the possibilities!
Here’s some more details of our latest portfolio entry:
close up of the bride’s bouquet
flowers for the cake: using spray roses, carnation, lisianthus, bezelia, vibernum flower[hr_invisible]
flowers for the reception table: using roses, hyacinth, vibunum flower, berzelia, gypsophila, sweet peas…[hr_invisible]
close up of bridesmaid’s bouquet[hr_invisible]
a bridesmaid’s bouquet[hr_invisible]
the bride’s bouquet
Yes, they’re real living succulents in fishbowls… great for gifts and just for the home too.
The main example here is a zebra haworthia – one of our favourite plants, very hardy and easy to look after.
Well, you all know about our penchant for air plants, we found some vintage glassware (including a pear!) to make up this wonderful trio…
We like to show you the unusual flowers we sometimes have at Adam’s Garden, so this week we are giving you a portrait of an giant onion flower – the ‘allium giganteum’ or ‘allium ball’. Although, it’s far too pretty to have a name like that surely! Perhaps it should be called allium- purple mist, or something like that.
New this week are these curious hand written typographical funny and affirmative note cards. They are not a traditional open-up card, but a thick cardboard plaque if you will, with a message, ready for you to place somewhere to surprise someone and spread good feelings…
There are more messages in store! Some of our favourites include ”Some days are just oopsy days’ and ‘I dig your moustache’
Blossom is one of our favourite things! Comes in white and pink. Small delicate flowers on wintery sticks.
Available by pre-order only.
Where to find us:
Shop 3, 280 Olsen Ave
Parkwood, QLD 4214
+61 7 5594 7774
Our Shop Hours:
- Adam's Garden FloristSoft toned Bridal Bouquet with King Protea and Cottage Roses26/06/2019 - 3:41 pm
- Adam's Garden FloristKing Protea Wedding Flowers19/06/2019 - 3:33 pm
- Adam's Garden FloristBaby’s Breath Bridesmaids Posies12/06/2019 - 3:20 pm
- Adam's Garden FloristMoody deep reds and ivory Bridal Bouquet05/06/2019 - 3:19 pm