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News about our events, flowers & indoor plants and other mischief at Asdaisydoes, Geelong!
You won’t see the team at asdaisydoes sitting back – we love getting out to the local markets to find the best-quality, on-trend flowers and indoor plants for sale in Geelong. We know the latest news on classic flowers and seasonal plants, including rubber plants and fiddle leaf figs.
From venue styling to wedding flowers, we love working with customers to bring their unique visions to breath-taking reality. Take a look at our florists’ news for inspiration, and give us a call or drop in to our Rutland Street shed to find out more!
The HOW TO GUIDE for the Quickie Wedding! The Quickie Wedding has intrigued many brides this season. Why? Because it all seems a little too easy. I never thought I would say this, but it actually is! Wedding flowers aren’t meant to be stressful, overwhelming or hard – it is meant to be fun and... Read more
When I think of dried flowers I think of the 90’s, lifeless brown arrangements and sad droopy roses who have just broken up with their boyfriends. Us and all our fellow petal pushers could not be happier that this is a thing of the past and that dried (or preserved, if you wanna sound a... Read more
aka – Rubber Bush, Rubber Tree, The Rubber Fig, Ficus Elastica Native to the Indian Sub-Continent (Northern India, Bhutan, Sri Lanka) as well as South Asia (Indonesia and Myanmar) This may come as a surprise and I am sorry to ruin your dreams – however it is best to let you know before you get... Read more
aka – Golden Pothos Plant, Ceylon Creeper, Hunters Robe, Silver Vine, Epipremnum Aureum Native to South-Eastern Asia If you have been thinking of adding some Devils Ivy to your home – however you were worried you may not be able to keep it alive; fear no more. This plant can live IN THE DARK. I... Read more
aka – Swiss Cheese Plant, Fruit Salad Plant, Mexican Breadfruit, Split Leaf Philodendron, Monstera Deliciosa Native to Central America – Southern Mexico and Panama Olaaaa! Who would have thought this amigo was Mexican!? Between sipping on salt rimmed margaritas and shaking the maracas for the local Mariachi – this plant is a real people pleaser.... Read more
Native to the Yunnan and Sichuan provinces of China A true sun seeker – this plant of many names is often spotted baking on window sills or booking regular holidays to the Greek Islands. When not on annual leave, this fast growing green is perfect for gifting in a cute pot, or adding some fun... Read more
Native to West Africa – Cameroon With its lush, veiny, wide and glossy green leaves, it is no surprise the Fiddle Leaf Fig is the go-to when bringing the outdoors in. It reminds me of the 70’s, design blogs and sadly, my first “you-cant-just-fill-any-corner-of-the-house-with-a-plant-and-it-will-live” realisation. Am I alone here? I feel I need to apologise... Read more
We were lucky enough to chat with the Wedding Go To Guide team at Polkadot Bride in August! These have long been an absolute bible for Brides to be, catering for all things ‘wedding’ and taking the ‘daunting’ part of out the whole wedding day organisation. Whether you are getting married in Geelong, the Surf... Read more
In Spring there is an exciting phenomenon occurring in our little Newtown shop… many customers don’t see the budding new growth on our plants, the shop literally starts growing like a scene out of Jumanji. These are some important steps that one must take to ensure that your Indoor Plants are happy and thriving and... Read more
Looking through the photos from Em and Matt’s wedding day, you immediately get this relaxed vibe! Em wanted a native theme, but like many of our modern brides… she wanted a native foliage theme rather than a flower heavy arrangement… This is a personal favourite for the Asdaisydoes team, playing with a variety of stunning... Read more