You will find the Flower Truck in the Stockland Aura Sales Centre at 1 Lukin Terrace, Baringa on Saturday morning’s between 7am and 11am.
The intention of the Flower Truck is to sell Australian grown, seasonal fresh flowers direct from the farmers to you.
On the flower truck you will find individual stems, wrapped bunches and posy jars. Because the flowers are a seasonal product there are peaks and troughs in supply. With different varieties available through the different seasons. Making this a very ‘organic’ business model. Which means, whatever I can grow and source from other growers is what I will be selling when available.
Thank you for following along and for supporting locally grown flowers.
Mixed seasonal flower varieties with shorter stems are available in glass jars from the Flower Truck. These are a weekly surprise. Totally based on what flowers I have available at the time.
Prices starting from $20.
Mixed bunches available for pick up from the Flower Truck. Or by appointment and pre-order at our farm gate studio.
$25 for a standard bunch
$35 for a large bunch
Extra large bunches and custom price points available by request.
Colours can be requested subject to availability. Keep an eye out on my Facebook and Instagram posts to see what is currently in season and being stocked on the truck.
My passion is in growing fresh flowers. To allow me to focus on growing I do not offer wedding and event design or individual delivery service. I am happy to recommend a number of local florists who can help you.
Check out my Resources page. Otherwise give me a call on 0402 081 048 and I will be able to point you in the right direction.
In line with the seasons I grow – Giant Zinnia, Double Cosmos, Stocks, Snapdragons, Queen Anne Lace, Sunflowers, Dahlias, Chrysanthemums, Calendula and Celosia. Because I am obsessed with growing flowers I am always experimenting with different varieties to see what grows best in our little eco system. We are very fortunate to have a mild climate here on the Sunshine Coast and all of the basic varieties of cut flowers thrive here.
Enrich the soil – We continuously feed the soil with our own worm juice and compost blend made with our green garden waste plus animal manure and mulch to help it retain moisture and prevent plant disease.
Crop rotation – We rotate our annual crops each season, to help maintain excellent soil health and minimise pests.
Companion planting – Aside from the benefits to our plants, companion planting uses our garden space more efficiently, letting us harvest more. The diversity that companion planting provides is also good for pollinators, wildlife, and soil health.
Growing flowers can be hard physical work and I spend many hours on my own working in the patch. Some of the reasons why I grow flowers are: