May 14th: Visiting the Sydney Flower Markets!

Since starting my Floristry course a few months ago, I’ve been visiting the Sydney Flower Markets early most Saturday mornings to buy my flowers for class the follow week.

To be honest, for a while there I was so intimidated by the place that I really struggled with the thought of going each week. It’s a pretty hectic place to visit when you’re not used to packed market conditions and very busy people rushing about! I’m not all that good with crowds and quite intense busy environments! However, with each visit I get under my belt I’m getting just that little bit more experienced and confident in what to buy and how to face the busy madness of the place!

On today’s flower run, I was happily accompanied by a good friend, Sam, who I’ve known since high school. Together we perused all of the different stalls, discussed colour choices and plant names, swooned over pretty flowers and then spent a fair good amount of money on them! (Well I definitely did anyway!) 

Amid all of that, I even managed to get a few snaps to show you what was at the market this morning!

Pretty Natives!
Matching & Choosing Colours!

 I really can’t believe that I’ve only got a few more weeks of shopping as a student and then it’s on to the ‘real thing’! (What ever the ‘real thing’ will actually be!) Time has flown by so quickly and I’m not sure whether I’m ready to leave the comfort of my classes and ever-knowing, lovely teachers!

Also, I never thought I’d say it but I’m actually gonna miss making the trip into markets each weekend and getting what I need for class the follow week. It’s that concept of innocence you still have as a student… You’re still in that learning phase where you’re discovering new flowers and plants in class and then seeing them for sale at the market! (Always exciting!) And then there’s that moment when you bring your haul of flowers home and really connect and discover their beauty!

(Whoa! I’m talking like a real Florist now! OooOoo!)



Wishing you all a lovely, lovely weekend!

Happy Sewing, Friends!



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5 thoughts on “May 14th: Visiting the Sydney Flower Markets!”

  1. What path are you going to journey down with all this knowledge of a forist. You may lose your innocence if you enter the business side. The market must be amazing. I would love to live close to one just to people watch! Take in the smells and keep fresh flowers in my home always.

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    1. I’m not sure where I’m heading with my Floristry at the moment. Just learning and having fun right now. I’m thinking of either taking the Wedding route or the Funeral route. Either way, there’ll always be a high demand for flowers! 🙂


    1. The cabbage plants are called Ornamental Kale – not edible, just pretty to look at! 😀 I’m not too sure what I want to do with my Floristry qualification… I’m currently really enjoying it but also don’t want to give up my quilting side to life… ATM, I’m trying to figure out a way of how to balance them or bring them both together into something fun and fabulous… We’ll see what happens! 🙂


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