Earrings are now available online!


Tuber sales will be open around August.
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Field Grown. Seasonal flowers. Dahlia tubers for sale.

Dahlia tubers and cut flowers for flower lovers!

Located at Bungaree, just near Ballarat Victoria, Florelie Seasonal Flowers is an Australian flower farm focusing on growing specialty cut flowers in a range of colours, particularly those which are harder to find or more popular with floral designers. We sell flowers directly to florists as well as to the general public.

We also sell Australian dahlia tubers to home gardeners and other flower farmers so that they can enjoy growing their own beautiful cut flowers too! We have a large range of Australian dahlia tubers for sale usually from July-November.

The online dahlia tuber shop usually opens for sale around July/August each year. We are not currently able to ship to WA and TAS due to quarantine and do not offer international shipping.

If you’d like to be updated when the shop is ready for purchases you can sign up for emails using the ‘sign up’ button above. Emails focus on providing information about growing dahlias, useful resources and blog posts as well as seasonal cut flower availability and information about the online shop.

If you are a florist you can email me directly to be added to our dedicated florist email list with cut flower pricing, photos and availability.

Thank you,

Lorelie Merton

Handmade earrings are now available

Handmade polymer clay earrings are now available in the online store. I have been so inspired by the flowers we grow that I decided to start designing and making earrings. I hope you love some of my new designs! 

Lorelie

Services

Cut Flowers

Australian grown flowers direct to florists and to the public.
Mixed bunches, straight bunches or bulk buckets available for farm pick up dependent upon seasonal availability

Plant Sales

We offer a range of Australian dahlia tubers for sale. Please check out our shop for the latest availability!

Workshops

Coming Soon.
Stay tuned for opportunities to visit the farm or participate in workshops using our gorgeous blooms in the future.

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