Nestled in the heart of Mount Druitt, Seed Blossom Pod is synonymous with floral elegance. As an esteemed florist in Sydney, our commitment is to brighten every occasion. From everyday bouquets to specialised funeral work, each petal speaks of tradition, love, and care inspired by Nonna's legacy.
Our same-day delivery, available for orders before 12 p.m., is not just a service; it's our promise. Each arrangement is a testament to decades of floral expertise. With a rich history that weaves into Mount Druitt's community fabric, our flowers have been the silent bearers of countless emotions. Explore the soul of Seed Blossom Pod from our team's perspectives, where passion meets tradition.
Amidst the picturesque landscapes of Western Sydney, Mount Druitt 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 Clyde lights up the horizon, and by evening, the tranquil flower plants in South Penrith offer a serene retreat. The vivacious gerberas in Minchinbury add a touch of whimsy, and the timeless bouquets in Schofields 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 Mount Druitt.
Planning to send flowers to your loved ones? We offer same day delivery in Mount Druitt when you order before 12PM. You can send fresh flowers to Mount Druitt as well as other locations of Western Sydney.
There are numerous encompassing, smaller suburbs nearby including Bidwill, Blackett, Dharruk, Emerton, Hebersham, Lethbridge Park, Minchinbury, Whalan, Shalvey, Tregear and Willmot.
Major George Druitt (1775–1842) was granted 2,000 acres (8.1 km2) in the area by Governor Macquarie. He named his grant, where he died in 1842, Mount Druitt. Rail services to Mount Druitt commenced on 19 August 1881. The railway station operated as the post office between 1885 and 1918. The station had two platforms and a level crossing at the western end and included small goods yard, servicing a small mill. A railway gatekeeper`s lodge was built circa 1867, and was later converted to the station master`s cottage. It was later sold and converted to commercial use.
Mount Druitt railway station is located on the North Shore, Northern & Western Line of the Sydney Trains network. There is an express service which runs all day taking 30 minutes to get to Parramatta and 55 minutes to Sydney. It features a newly upgraded interchange with bus routes operated by Busways with routes to all suburbs in the Mount Druitt area, Blacktown and Glendenning.
The government has announced a North south Line across Western Sydney, which will link Mount Druitt to the new Western Sydney Airport and create a link to the South West.
The Council is embarking on a feasibility to install a new light rail which will link Mount Druitt to the other Blacktown Shire suburbs.
Mount Druitt Hospital was opened in 1982 by Queen Elizabeth II. The 200-bed hospital was opened following significant fundraising and political agitation from the local community due to perception that the community was unable to access medical services at either Blacktown or Nepean Hospitals.
A local landmark is the Georgian cottage known as The Manse, situated in The Avenue. It was probably built by John Harris in the mid-1880s; the land on which it was built was originally part of Druitt`s property. Later it was sold to Robert Kennedy. Kennedy left it to the Presbyterian Church when he died, and it was used for some time as a manse. It was acquired by Blacktown City Council in 2000 and restored. It is now the headquarters of the Mt Druitt Historical Society and is open to the public. It has both a local government and state government heritage listing.
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