Abbotsbury Florist

Seed Blossom Pod is a family run florist delivering to Abbotsbury and surrounding suburbs for many years. Our range includes floral arrangements, flower bouquets, native flowers, and posies for all occasions. We also stock a beautiful range of candles, hand creams, and room diffusers, along with lovely home wares and prints. 

Amazes
Amazes
$180.00
Sweetness
Sweetness
$140.00
Matilde
Matilde
$250.00
Blushing
Blushing
$170.00
Cheers
Cheers
$110.00
Buttery
Buttery
$150.00
Bluey
Bluey
$170.00
Delicate
Delicate
$170.00
Darling
Darling
$120.00
Jades
Jades
$265.00
Cyril
Cyril
$150.00
Elegant
Elegant
$80.00
Antherium
Antherium
$100.00

Your Local Abbotsbury Florist Near You

We are located on Wallgrove Road, a short distance from The Horsley Drive and M7 exit of the same name. Our shop started as a small shed, where we specialised in gifts, market blooms, and funeral flowers. Today, we continue the traditions of our original store but have expanded our range. Our newly renovated store is a comforting place to be when ordering and purchasing flowers, with air conditioning, and lots of gorgeous flowers to look at and choose from. Our friendly staff are trained florists and can help guide you with your purchase. We can recommend the best colours, flowers, and gifts for all occasions. Shop at the best florist near Abbotsbury. 

Flower Delivery  Abbotsbury

Planning to send flowers to your loved ones? We offer same day delivery in Abbotsbury when you order before 12PM. You can send fresh flowers to Abbotsbury as well as other locations of Western Sydney.

About Abbotsbury

Abbotsbury is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 39 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district in the local government area of the City of Fairfield. Abbotsbury is part of the Greater Western Sydney region.

Most of the suburb`s estates were built in the late 1980s and early 1990s, although a few acres of undeveloped land in the north-west area was subdivided and developed in the early 2010s. The western border of the suburb is delineated by a line of pine trees, which gives privacy to the homes backing onto the farmlands.

Abbotsbury is best known for Calmsley Hill Farm, which is located on the western side of the suburb.

In the north-west of the suburb lies the Western Sydney Parklands, which sits on a hilly ridge. On these large hills there are a few recreational spots, such as Moonrise Lookout and Sugarloaf Ridge. They are both adjacent to each other and would feature a panoramic view of all of Sydney, where the city skyline may be seen from there. Families enjoy to picnic and walk in these area, and even come here to view the new years fireworks from Sydney Harbour.

The suburb also has a small shopping complex, including a grocery store, a vet, a hairdressers, a cafe and a gourmet pizzeria. Abbotsbury`s telephone and internet runs off the Edensor Park Exchange. iiNet`s and TPG`s ADSL2 service as well as general ADSL and Cable are available in the area. Abbotsbury is also one of the safest suburbs in Western Sydney, due to the fact that the only entrance is on the east. The North and West of Abbotsbury leads to a national park and there are no roads here.

Abbotsbury is serviced by the region three bus operator Transit Systems. The 808 and 806 buses come through here. The most common form of transport used by residents is private vehicle. The Western Sydney cycling path passes through Abbotsbury. Stretching far along Western Sydney, the cycling path passes through the Calmsley Hill Farm (previously known as Fairfield City Farm), which is located at the Western Sydney Regional Park. Calmsley Hill Farm was used during the 2000 Sydney Olympics for the mountain biking events. The biking tracks remain. The suburb also has a sporting field named Stockdale Reserve. Adjacent to this park, there are several ponds, home to many species of birds, mainly ducks.

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