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Large Graduation Bear 25cm

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Large Graduation Bear 25cm

$ 19.95 In stock
This cute little bear is dressed in graduation robes and makes an adorable keepsake for a Graduate, sitting he is 25cm and comes gift wrapped in a cello bag with bow. Please let us know in the comments section what time you would like you order ready for collection from Don's Tavern on Graduation Day.
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Twigs Florist will have a Pop Up flower stall at the Graduation ceramony at Bond University this Saturday 8th OCTOBER.  Place your order online here and we will have it ready for you to collect on the day.  We will be located in Don's Tavern, directly below where the ceremony is held. When you place your order put down Don's Tavern, Bond University as the delivery address, and in the comments section please state what time you would like to have it ready for collection.  You can also phone us direct to place your order on 07 55809363

Taking Care of your Flowers


Prepare a clean vase with water and the flower food provided with your bouquet. If your flowers have arrived with a water bag, hold the bouquet over a sink and remove the bottom wrapping.  Recut stems on a diagonal, remove all foliage that will be below water level. Replace vase with clean water and recut stems after 3 days, remove any old looking leaves or blooms.




Upon arrival hold arrangement over sink top up with a bit of water, taking care not to overfill.  All our arrangements have preservatives already added to the floral foam. Check the water level in your arrangement each day, and top up when needed.


All Flowers


All flowers need to be keep away from direct sunlight and draughts, do not keep them on appliances such as T.V’s or microwaves that generate heat.  Remove any spent flowers from the arrangement each day, and keep away from fruit.  As lilies open, remove the pollen with a tissue to avoid them making a mess and keep them away from any animals.  Some flowers such as tulips and gerberas will keep growing and may need to be recut.  As some flowers will grow towards light, turn your arrangement daily to help keep its shape.