Monthly Archive: July 2010

July 29 2010

Market Report 29th July 2010

Its official. I’m over winter…Bring on Spring…a small glimpse of spring at the start of the week, and then back into the depths of Winter.  The carnations at our farm were not exactly sure how to react to the balmy top of 12 degrees on Monday, so maybe it could lead to a spike in production……

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July 22 2010

Market Report 22nd July 2010

With the wintry conditions continuing we are relying on the interstate stock to meet the Victorian demands.  With the extreme cold at nights, the Victorian Farmers are struggling to meet the orders, so stock is coming in of terrific quality from the other states to fill the void.  Chrysanthemum  and gladdies from Queensland, natives from…

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July 15 2010

Market Report Thursday 15th July

Well we are just back from a very busy Victorian Flower market today.  Quality Victorian grown product is in short supply due to the current wintery conditions we are experiencing.  There was still a very good range with supplies from South Australia and Queensland bolstering stocks. QLD Gladdies are an excellent choice today nice and…

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