Seed Blossom Pod - Busby Florist

Your Local Florist near Busby

We are located on Wallgrove Road, a short distance from The Horsley Drive and M7 exit of the same name. Our family business has been running for many years, servicing the people in and around Horsley Park and suburbs. Our shop started as a small shed, where we specialised in gifts, market blooms, and funeral flowers. Today, we continue this tradition and have expanded our range to include arrangements, bouquets, 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. 

Today, we continue the traditions of our store and still specialise in flowers for funerals. 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.

Blushing
Blushing
$160.00
Delicate
Delicate
$160.00
Amazes
Amazes
$180.00
Emotion
Emotion
$150.00
Cheers
Cheers
$120.00
Sweetness
Sweetness
$120.00
Matilde
Matilde
$200.00
Buttery
Buttery
$160.00
Darling
Darling
$120.00
Surprises
Surprises
$110.00
Jades
Jades
$265.00
Pumpkin
Pumpkin
$110.00
Bluey
Bluey
$160.00
Cyril
Cyril
$150.00
Elegant
Elegant
$80.00
Antherium
Antherium
$100.00
Enchanted
Enchanted
$160.00

Busby

Busby is a suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Busby is located 37 kilometres south-west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of the City of Liverpool. Neighbouring suburbs include Miller, Heckenberg, Hinchinbrook, Green Valley and Bonnyrigg. Busby was named after James Busby (1801-1871), a pioneer viticulturist, widely regarded as the father of the Australian wine industry. Busby, who arrived in Sydney from Scotland in 1824, was a teacher of Viticulture at the Male Orphans School at Bald Hills near Liverpool. The school closed in 1851. He was the son of John Busby (1765-1857), the engineer who constructed Busby`s Bore, Sydney`s second water supply from Centennial Park to Hyde Park, Sydney. Busby was part of the Green Valley housing estate, which was developed in the 1960s and 1970s.

Busby has two Primary Schools (Busby Public School and Busby West Public School) and a High School (James Busby High School). Whitlam Park is named after former Australian Prime Minister Gough Whitlam.

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