Any industry publication needs to be relevant, engaging and also useful. We think we can add a lot more ‘usefulness’ to the Flowers Magazine.

In the coming weeks – we will be launching the beginnings of our first new service, a business trade directory, specifically designed for the flower and foliage industry… our industry!.

Businesses can add themselves to the directory when they subscribe to the Flowers Magazine right here – free of charge!”

Our goal is to have a comprehensive list of service providers for all aspects of our business:

  • Nurseries and propagation businesses
  • Flower and foliage growers (both big and small)
  • Wholesalers, importers and other flower market operators
  • Florists in all shapes and sizes
  • Sundry suppliers and other business service providers

Stage one is building a comprehensive list of businesses – so we need your help with that. Eventually, we are aiming to it categorised and available both online and printed in the Flowers Magazine.


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  1. Helen Boughen

    Hello, I’m a watercolour artist and love to paint and sell a lot of floral fine art prints. I sell both online and through a couple of local cafes and plant nurseries. I was just wondering if you would list an artist such as myself in your directory. In a way I see myself as a florist sometimes when I create floral/ foliage designs by painting them! If you’d like to check out my work I’m on Instagram and Facebook at Fig Hill Farm (@fighillfarm).
    Warmly,
    Helen Boughen (artist)

    1. Jason

      Hi Helen,

      We welcome all aspects of our industry. We have a category in the directory for other businesses, so no problem. You can also include images of your work (up to 10). It is a simple
      process.

      1) subscribe to the Magazine
      2) follow the prompts (after the initial sign up) to list your business.

      Any issues – please email editor@flowersmagazine.com.au