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Daffodil Day Little Bunch - Cancer Councils Daffodil Day 2019

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Daffodil Posy Bouquet is a small Flower Posy Bouquet to support the Cancer Councils Daffodil Day 2019 - Friday 23rd August 2019

We are collaborating with the team at A Little Bunch  who offer gorgeous Daily Flowers Delivered across Perth. Proceeds from every Daffodil Day Little Bunch order will be donated to the Cancer Council WA to help find a cure.

Most of us know someone affected by cancer. Every day, around 350 Australians are diagnosed with cancer. But every day there is more reason for hope than ever before. Cancer research is discovering new and better treatments, cancer prevention campaigns are working, and support for those affected by cancer is improving all the time. Every donation helps take us one step closer to beating cancer. You can also donate directly to the Cancer Council https://www.daffodilday.com.au/event/daffodil-day/donate

Order a Daffodil Flower Posy Bouquet for the Cancer Councils Daffodil Day 2019 online now or call us on 08 9388 8844 and speak with our helpful and friendly staff in our Perth Florist shop.



Bright and cheerful and a real summer favourite, Daffodils are a very popular cut flower, daffodils, and the early flowering jonquils bring colour and scent to cold winter days. Interestingly, while daffodils do not make the top 10 cut flowers, they are the tenth most popular pot plant in Holland, and potted mini daffodils (like ‘Jetfire’) are very popular in Australia as well.

Daffodils, jonquils and the less well known varieties are often grouped together as ‘Narcissus’ which is the Genus name. The large yellow daffodils like ‘King Alfred’ are still the most popular, but other forms now come in white, cream, pink and pale orange, or a combination of two of these colours. The flowers have a large trumpet, or corona, surrounded by petals. Daffodils tend to have one flower per stem, jonquils, Paperwhite, Earlycheer have several. All forms, except daffodils have a strong scent.

These flowers produce a toxic sap that can kill other flowers, such as roses, carnations, freesias and tulips. To avoid this, do not combine narcissus with other flowers immediately after stem ends are cut (see below). The sap can also cause allergic reactions in some people – so wear gloves when handling.

Narcissus are all grown from bulbs in the field. In Australia they are grown in hilly, cool regions, such as the Dandenongs and Gippsland (Vic) and Dural (NSW) as well as in Tasmania.

We carry an extensive range of Daffodils on hand so we are able to immediately process your order once it has been placed online to over the telephone, our Florists then prepare it ready for delivery to Perth within a very short amount of time. Combine this with the fact we are located actually in the suburb of Perth, you would be hard pressed to find another Florist that would get your order delivered to Perth and surrounds quicker.

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