The Sydney flower market is Australia’s largest flower market for fresh cut flowers. A teeming, diverse group of growers primarily supplies florists in the Sydney area, regional NSW and ACT. Their online site provides detailed information on flowers and conditions on selling. Their wide variety of stocked flowers represents the diverse range of growers available. Visit their site today!
The Sydney Institute of Tafe caters for people with a passion for plants and flowers. These courses provide real life floristry experience, business management skills and the opportunity to study for nationally recognized qualifications under passionate, industry experienced trainers.
The Australian National Botanic Gardens is a government funded organization which maintains a scientific collection of native plants from all parts of Australia. These plants are displayed for the enjoyment and education of visitors and are used for research into plant classification and biology.
The Australian National Herbarium, with over 1.2 million specimens, is responsible for the scientific integrity of the Garden’s plant labeling and manages the national plant name lists for Australia’s botanical community.
The Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH) comprises those administratively responsible for the major Australian and New Zealand Herbaria with the aim of promoting all matters of interest to herbaria in Australasia and to increase cooperation and understanding between herbaria.
With over 300 members, ASBS is an incorporated association of people with professional and amateur interests in Australasian systematic botany. The aim of the Society is to promote the study of plant systematics in Australasia.