For the residents of Blacktown, Seed Blossom Pod is more than just a florist. Celebrated as a top-tier Sydney-based florist, we're custodians of Nonna's rich heritage. Her influence resonates from the intricacies of funeral work to the joyous bouquets of celebrations.
Our offerings are about aesthetics and promptness, evident in our same-day delivery for orders until 12 p.m. Each flower and scent tells a tale of tradition, commitment, and community. Behind these blooms stands a dedicated team, the heartbeat of Seed Blossom Pod, perpetuating a tradition of floral brilliance.
Amidst the picturesque landscapes of Western Sydney, Blacktown shines as a beacon of floral diversity and community kinship. Every bloom here seems to narrate tales of yore and promises of tomorrow. On certain mornings, the ethereal glow of lilies in Erskine Park lights up the horizon, and by evening, the tranquil flower plants in Auburn offer a serene retreat. The vivacious gerberas in Woodcroft add a touch of whimsy, and the timeless bouquets in St Marys carry whispered secrets of Western Sydney.
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 Blacktown.
Planning to send flowers to your loved ones? We offer same day delivery in Blacktown when you order before 12PM. You can send fresh flowers to Blacktown as well as other locations of Western Sydney.
Blacktown is a suburb in the City of Blacktown, in Greater Western Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Blacktown is located 34 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district. Blacktown is the largest of any suburb or township in New South Wales and is one of the most multicultural places in Sydney.
The arrival of the railway led to the formation of a town around the station. A post office was opened in 1862 and a school in 1877. In 1906, the Shire of Blacktown was formed and in 1930, electricity was introduced to the town. The population in 1933 was then around 13,000. In the 1950s and 1960s, there was a large amount of suburban development both in the current suburb of Blacktown and the new suburbs that sprung up around it. This led to civic development in the town centre with the hospital opening in 1965, the courthouse and police station in 1966, the library in 1967 and the TAFE college in 1969. In 1973, the Westpoint shopping centre opened which was soon followed by the cinema complex.
According to the 2006 census, the most common way of getting to work from Blacktown was by car (74%) with public transport used by just under twenty percent. Most public transport was done by train (17%) with five percent catching buses for all or part of their journey. Blacktown railway station is on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line and the Cumberland Line of the Sydney Trains network. A major bus interchange is located next to the station and an underground bus station is at the entrance to Westpoint. Blacktown is a terminus of the North-West T-way.
Busways provides services to Northern areas: (Rouse Hill, Castle Hill, Kellyville, Glenwood and Stanhope Gardens), West areas: (Mount Druitt, Plumpton, Oakhurst, Quakers Hill, Dean Park, Woodcroft) and South districts (Prospect, Arndell Park, Huntingwood, Tallawong, Doonside, Blacktown Hospital), whilst Hillsbus provides services: Eastern services (Macquarie Park, Seven Hills, Parramatta, Kings Langley) of Blacktown.
There are a large number of schools in the suburb. Government-run primary schools in the area include: Blacktown North Public School, Blacktown South Public School, Blacktown West Public School, Lynwood Park Public School, Marayong South Public School, Shelley Public School, and Walters Road Public School. Public high schools include: Blacktown Boys High School, Blacktown Girls High School, Evans High School and Mitchell High School. There is also the Coreen School, which caters to older children with learning difficulties.
There are two Catholic primary schools, St Michaels Primary School and St Patricks Primary School, and two Catholic high schools, Nagle College for girls and Patrician Brothers` College Blacktown for boys. Tyndale Christian School is a private school covering children from kindergarten to year 12.
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