Where to buy artificial flowers online in Australia
If you’re in the market for fake flowers of any kind, check out these retailers.
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Peonies, roses, sunflowers, daisies, gardenias, orchids – no matter what kind of artificial flower arrangement you’re after, you’ll be able to find it at these online stores.
Keep on scrolling, and don’t forget to check out which retailers offer free delivery options.
Designer Plants supplies ultra-realistic artificial greenery that is designed to create stunning spaces. They focus on quality and realism to ensure that life-like greenery is provided.
- Long-lasting and easy to install
- Stunning indoor and outdoor faux greenery (hedges, hanging baskets, green walls, plants and topiary)
- Commercial and residential options
- Australia-wide delivery
Alongside all the arts, crafts and supplies, you can find yourself a huge range of artificial flowers at Spotlight.
- Join the VIP Club and get exclusive discounts
- Afterpay and Zip are available
- Gift cards available
House of Dasein
A variety megastore with a great range of products in many different categories. From gym equipment to pet supplies to kitchen gadgets!
- Wide-ranging products in one shop
- Some unique and hard to find products
- 5 - 15 days shipping
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Which of these retailers offer free delivery?
- Myer: Free delivery on orders over $49
- Etsy: Free delivery on select items
- Amazon: Amazon Prime members get free shipping on millions of items
- Catch: Club Catch members get free shipping on millions of items
- AliExpress: Free shipping available on select products
How to clean fake flowers?
While artificial flowers don’t require the same care as the real thing, you do still need to clean them. Regular cleaning will help them look their best.
The simplest and most convenient way to clean fake flowers is by dusting them.
It doesn’t matter whether the flowers are made out of silk or plastic – both types can be effectively cleaned with a microfibre cloth. It’s recommended to do this weekly, using gentle back-and-forth motions.
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