Flower Delivery to Pymble, Sydney

Sending Flowers to Pymble? Order by 12pm for SAME DAY DELIVERY · Open Monday to Friday 6am-4pm · Real Local Florist, We Deliver DIRECT · 02 9499 9414

 

Our expert florists and delivery team take care to curate your order from the moment they are handpicked at the growers market, to when they are designed into bouquets and arrangements, and finally when they are delivered to the recipient’s door. We believe that it’s the little details that add up to the sum of an experience which is greater than the parts.

Buds & Beans is the go-to local florist for Pymble!

Buds & Beans, a family-owned business established in 2011, has been proudly serving the local community with the highest quality flowers for 10 years! Our florists personally shop for the best flowers at the markets each week. We take pride in our proven ability to grab the crème de la crème of the produce offerings from the growers -whom we have developed close relationships with over the years. Our trusted florists have always been reliable in taking care of our customers with their flower orders. So, you can shop with confidence knowing that we take every step to ensure that your order will have the freshest and best quality flowers possible, made with love.

 

Pymble Florist | Flower Delivery By Buds & Beans | Buy From $45

A Photo of Your Flowers

Wouldn’t it be nice if you could actually see the flowers you have ordered? Well, rest assured we will send you a photo of your order before it is delivered, so you know exactly what flowers have been sent!

Have any questions?

Give us a call during Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm and one of our friendly staff members will assist you!

Flowers for Every Occasion

The great thing about flowers is that they are always a nice gesture for any occasion, such as a Thank You, Get Well Soon, Happy Birthday, Sympathy, I Love You, Anniversary or just because! Send your message with the amazing gift of flowers.

Flowers, flowers, flowers!

We are absolutely obsessed with flowers. It’s all we ever talk about :) Flowers can be described with the best words that any language has to offer! Around the world you will find that flowers are always mentioned with adjectives like beautiful, gorgeous, fresh, amazing, stunning, perfect, lovely, fabulous, awesome, breathtaking, immaculate and so on, and so on!

 

We are lucky to find ourselves using these wonderful words all the time when talking about our flowers. At Buds & Beans, we are proud to be your friendly local florists just a few minutes from Pymble.

Did you know?

Pymble is a suburb on the Upper North Shore of Sydney in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Pymble is 15 kilometres (9 mi) north-west of the Sydney Central Business District in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council.

West Pymble is a separate suburb to the south west of Pymble, adjacent to the Lane Cove National Park.

Based on settlers' accounts, the land that came to be known as Pymble was traversed by, and at least periodically inhabited by, the Cammeraigal clan or tribe of the Kuringai (also known as Guringai) Aboriginal people. The Cammeraigal had occupied the land between the Lane Cove River, Hawkesbury and east to the coast. They would travel from grounds at Cowan Creek to the Parramatta River via Pymble - passing west through the land where Pymble Ladies' College now stands, through the Lane Cove Valley and North Ryde. En route they would reportedly hold corroborees at the current site of the Pymble Reservoir on Telegraph Rd and "camped on the hill...at the junction of
Merrivale Rd and Selwyn St."

Pymble is named after Robert Pymble (1776–1861), an influential early settler whose 1823 land grant comprised some 600 acres, around half the land of the region. The other half (plus a large part of St Ives) was granted to Daniel der Matthew's, another influential settler who established the first
sawmill in the area.

The region was important to the early Sydney colony as a major supplier of timber for a wide variety of uses. The main timber varieties were blackbutt, stringybark, iron bark and blue gum. In later years it was also an important supplier of agricultural produce. It became widely known for the high quality of its produce and especially for its oranges which had been introduced to the area by Robert Pymble sometime around 1828 and which by later years were grown extensively throughout the region by numerous different growers following land sub-divisions.

Eventually agriculture and small farming gave way to residential development with residential sub-divisions commencing around 1879. The first bank - the Australian Joint Stock Bank - was established in 1888 in a then prominent house known as Grandview built on Pymble Hill ca 1883 by the son of local hotelier Richard Porter. Porter had opened the Gardener's Arms Hotel, also on Pymble Hill, in 1866. From this time the centre of commercial activity came to be at the top of the hill around the Pacific Highway and Bannockburn Road area, but with the railway station being located by necessity at the bottom of the hill development began to shift towards the new railway station at the foot of the hill. Pymble Post Office opened there on 6 August 1890.

Today, Pymble is a predominantly residential area with tree-lined streets, many substantial homes and gardens, numerous parks, nature reserves, and active pockets of commercial activity. Prominent landmarks include Pymble Station and Pymble Hill (Pacific Highway). The station is the centre of transport, shopping and social activities whilst Pymble Hill affords
a view of the distant Chatswood skyline.
Pymble railway station is on the Sydney Trains North Shore & Western Line.

Transdev NSW buses operate route 579 from Pymble Station (departing Grandview St) to East Turramurra (peak hours only) and route 560 from Gordon Station to West Pymble (half-hourly service).

Route 575 also operates along the pacific highway past the railway station (half-hourly service). It goes to West Pymble & Macquarie southbound & to Turramurra & Hornsby northbound.

There is a taxi stand on the eastern side of the station in Grandview Street.

At the 2011 census, 24% of employed people travelled to work on public transport and 54% by car (either as driver or as passenger) – a typical reflection of the Sydney area mode of transport.

Commercial areas
Pymble Shopping Village - Grandview Street, adjacent to Pymble railway station
Pacific Highway near Pymble station
Bridge Street and West Street
Schools
Pymble Ladies' College (K-12)
Pymble Public School, a government primary school, located on Crown Road whose alumni includes actors Hugh Jackman and Chris Lilley
Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School (K-6)
Gordon West Public School (K-6) located in West Pymble (in a precinct formerly called West Gordon)