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Discover the magic of your native flora by choosing Australian native flowers. Delight your loved ones with native flowers arranged beautifully to fit any occasion.

Australia’s native plants are considered to be one of the country’s greatest treasures. The Australian flora is highly diverse and most of it can be found only in Australia. The characteristics of the flowers are deeply rooted with the people, places, literature and history of our country.

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What are Australian Natives good for?

The Australian flora is a truly remarkable and breathtaking sight and these exotic flowers are sure to sparkle in any occasion. They can be used as centrepieces or bouquets in weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and other special events.

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Best ways to show off Australian Natives

Choosing Australia’s native flowers as gifts is quite different and striking. It will be a pleasant surprise for someone who loves something grand, bold and impactful. Native flower bouquets fit any occasion and can be displayed tastefully at home or in the office.

Aside from being unique, sending a flower native to your area is quite sentimental. It shows your love of the place and the locality. When someone is away from home, sending them native flowers will be greatly appreciated.

Australian native flowers are versatile. It can be given as bouquets, arrangements, baskets, boxes and even as a potted plant. When properly taken care of, Australian flowers can last a long time. It can be greatly enjoyed long after the special occasion or event.

For these reasons, Australian native flower arrangements seem to be the perfect gift to anyone. These exquisitely beautiful flowers are exotic and can be a wonderful present for any special day, including housewarmings and various other functions. The mesmerising blooms can add a charming rusticity to any place.

A quick guide to Australian Natives

The native flowers of Australia are widely varied and diverse, with around 20,000 vascular and 14,000 non-vascular plant types in record. The flowers have some similarities with the flora of Gondwana and some of the prominent features include adaptations to aridity and fire.

Australian flowers grow in tropical, rainforest, stony inland deserts, alpine meadows and sandy heathlands. Australia enjoys a wide range of climates that are suitable for flower growing and this is why our country can supply the need of the domestic market. Most Australian florists make valuable crops in regions where the soil is dry and fast-draining.

The national flower of Australia is the golden wattle (Acacia pycnantha). It grows in the wild and is found in many parts of the country. When in bloom, the golden wattle is green and gold, which are coincidentally Australia’s national colours.

New South Wales’ official floral emblem is the waratah while Queensland has the cooktown orchid. Western Australia, on the other hand, adopted Anigozanthos manglesii as its floral emblem in order to promote tourist interest in the State’s wild flowers. It is currently the leading exporter of flower in the country.

Other spectacularly beautiful native flowers include the grevillea, banksia, paper daisy and bottle brush. There are also unusual native flowers like the kangaroo paw, eucalyptus and gymea lily. Other interesting native flowers include hakea, dryandra, isopogon, telopea, leucadendron, chamelaucium, ptilotus and many other traditional flowers.

Florists love to work with native flowers because of its distinctive appeal. Most wild flowers look very dramatic and striking and are sometimes mixed with some traditional and tropical flowers for variety. The native bouquets are ideal for display in hotels, offices and at home, mostly because of their longevity.

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