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  1. Waratahs

    Waratahs

    Awaken the wow factor with Waratahs

    Far from the red earth of the north, the red sunsets of the west and the red kangaroos of Australia’s centre, the south-eastern dwellers of this sun blessed country have another crimson claim-to-fame. The striking Waratah flower. (Yes, that does include the NSW Rugby Waratahs – if sport excites you as much as flowers energise us!). Read more... 

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  2. Daffodil Day

    Daffodil Day

    The team at Pearsons Florist have sourced the most delightful daffodils in Sydney in preparation for Daffodil Day. The most brilliant Daffodils have just paraded into Pearsons Florist, ready to be bunched into bouquets for Daffodil Day this Friday 23rd August. So you can brighten up that room (or someone’s day) while supporting the NSW Cancer Council. Charm your loved ones (or your home) with these little rays of sunshine, while supporting an incredible Charity.

    Pearsons donates $10 to the NSW Cancer Council for every Daffodil Day vase delivered in Sydney between Mon - Fri, 19 - 23rd August 2019!

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  3. Captivated by Moonlight!

    Captivated by Moonlight!

    Humans have been captivated by the moon — that glittery orb of light across our night sky — for time immemorial. Maybe it’s our perceived connection to the heavens which has given it such reverent status? Perhaps it is just it's beautiful white glow? This week during the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing it is our divine inspiration! Read more...

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  4. Spring has Sprung!

    Spring has Sprung!

    Flower lovers rejoice as Spring has finally made her seasonal entrance.

    Our stores are brimming with the most spellbinding range of spring flowers you can imagine! You can enchant your loved ones and decorate your home or office with this season’s most vibrant colours and exquisite scents. Read more...

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  5. Chinese Valentine's Day

    Chinese Valentine's Day

    The Qixi Festival also known as the Qiqiao Festival is a Chinese festival that celebrates the annual meeting of the cowherd and weaver girl in Chinese mythology. Chinese Valentines Day falls on the seventh day of the 7th month on the Chinese calendar. It is sometimes called the Double Seventh Festival, the Night of Sevens, or the Magpie Festival. Read more...

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  6. Tulips

    Tulips

    What do Antique Serapi Carpets, Saffron Ice-Cream & Tulips have in common?

    They are all absolute heaven to the senses AND share Persian ancestry.

    While the team at Pearsons Florist do have a great eye for interiors and a keen taste for exotic ice-cream flavours (do you blame us?), flowers are our speciality! So allow us to tempt and tantalise with a trip down the Royal Road to Tulip Paradise.

    Your journey begins in the Persian & Ottoman Empires where it is believed the Kingdoms’ most captivated poets endowed the Tulip with its name due to its resemblance to a Turban (Tülbend meaning muslin or gauze in Turkish). Illustrations also reveal early fashionistas wearing tulips on their Turbans.

    Jump to 16th Century Europe where the tulips made their debut and have been charming the trendsetters on The Continent ever since. With most Tulip species producing a single, goblet shaped flower with 6 waxy petals, some distinctiv

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  7. Pearsons Florist NEW Store

    Pearsons Florist NEW Store

    Pearsons Florist are thrilled to announce the opening of our new store in North Sydney. At the tip of the point in the Northpoint retail space, our new store boasts beautiful floating stands to make sure the flowers are the stars! If you are in the area pop in and visit us - we would love to see you! Click here for opening times and map.

    Pearsons Florist North Sydney

    Northpoint

    100 Miller Street

    North Sydney

    Phone: 02 9188 7425

    Email: northsydney@pearsonsflorist.com.au

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  8. ANZAC Day

    ANZAC Day

    Most of us are familiar with the archetypal image of ancient Greek scholars; with fabric draped around their shoulders, temples adorned with garlands of ... Ivy? Holly? Juniper? Think again! It’s Rosemary.

    For many Australians, this eminent perennial shrub is a key ingredient for our beloved lamb & potato roasts. We also know to fasten a sprig onto our collars on Anzac Day.

    But why Rosemary? Ancient mythology proposed that the plant’s fragrant aroma strengthened memory – which is why those Greek scholars wore Rosemary (not ivy, not holly, not juniper) in their hair - to help memorise their studies! This association with remembrance has continued to be woven into literature and folklore in cultures all over the world and today, it remains an emblem of remembrance & commemoration especially in Australia on Anzac Day. In fact, some Australians insist that a special species of the herb – called Gallipoli Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) -

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  9. St Patrick's Day

    St Patrick's Day

    "What are those adorable fluffy green balls called?”

    The amazing florists in our retail stores are calling it the Green Fluffy Ball Phenomenon. “I get asked about them at least 5 times a day” says Bec from our Bondi store. She’s talking about the adorable carnation variety called Green Trick Dianthus. With a fuzzy golf ball sized bloom in an almost-fluorescent-green colour, it’s no wonder they get so much attention.

    Green Tricks (known as Trixies by most florists) are a unique Carnation variety, originally bred in Holland. Now available in all parts of the world - from Israel to Ecuador to Australia - the Green Trick Dianthus is a real show stopper. In fact, in won the 2008 World Flower Show for best novelty flower.

    With an exceptionally long vase life of 2-4 weeks, these little green balls of joy are not only adorable, but versatile too. Admired in contemporary corporate arrangements, especially popular in vase designs, these da

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  10. Lovely Lilac

    Lovely Lilac

    Noticed a little Spring in your step?

    Spring is in FULL SWING and we can’t help but skip and hop around our stores which are bursting with bunches of lovely lilac blooms.

    The Lilac (botanical name Syringa vulgaris ) is a species of flowering plant in the olive family native to Eastern Europe. Widely grown as an ornamental plant, the Lilac is prized for it's gorgeous little flowers and incredible perfume, making it a real people pleaser!

    Beyond it’s visual and fragrant appeal, the Lilac also has symbolic resonance: In Greek mythology, Lilacs signified love and passion while in the Royal courts of Asia they were used to endow leaders with confidence. In Romanian literature, Lilacs represent first love & in certain parts of Russia, locals still wave a sprig of Lilac over a newborn to bring them wisdom.

    Lilacs are the perfect gift for a partner, new mother, recent graduate or a promoted colleague and are available in Sydney in September, f

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