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On Wednesdays, Fridays and weekends, South Melbourne Market is a fail-safe place for a variety of blooms

You've got five expert florists to choose from if you drop into the South Melbourne Market.

Charlie Bloom, at stalls 61-63, specialises in realistic artificial flowers and plants, includig twigs, berries and succulents (03 9686 7155). The team from the Emerald Hill Nursery, at stalls 181-182 and 195-196, have been a part of the market for over 50 years and specialise in indoor plants and value-for-money flowers (03 9690 7648). Flower Power, at stall 49, offers a great range of pot plants, as well as cut flowers (03 9682 7183); while PJs Plants, at stall 158, abounds with azaleas, vegetable seedlings, ferns, orchids and drought-resistant plants (03 9690 0580). Finally there's Zekiri, at stall 221, which as well as seasonal flowers, is always stocked with roses and lillies (0416 050 606).

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South Melbourne Market
332-326 Coventry St, South Melbourne 3205

Open Wed 8am-4pm; Fri 8am-5pm; Sat-Sun 8am-4pm

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