Flower Delivery to West Pymble, Sydney
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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 West 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.
West 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 West Pymble.
Did you know?
The suburb of West Pymble is located on the Upper North Shore of Sydney around 15 kilometres (9.3 mi) north-west of Sydney's CBD in the local government area of Ku-ring-gai Council. Pymble is a separate suburb, however, they share the same postcode of 2073.
West Pymble was built on the land of the Guringai people. When the European arrival brought disease, it greatly reduced the population. By 1824, Aboriginal people in the area had been reduced to 'the remains of an Aboriginal tribe', who periodically walked through the area on their way from Bobbin Head to Pymble Hill. Early European settler Robert Pymble told his grandchildren that the Aboriginal people had gone by 1856.
Logging was the first industry of the area, with both government logging camps and private contractors felling the biggest trees and dragging them to the Lane Cove River or local sawpits. The Lofberg family, who were established in the area by the 1860s, shipped lumber to the Sydney markets on their boats, and raised nine children on their farm in West Pymble.
The rugged country and sloping land of West Pymble was slower to be settled than surrounding flatter areas, and became a bush haven for absconded convicts, illicit stills, gambling and cockfighting.
As the timber was felled, land was used for orchards, and by the 1880s growing citrus, apples, pears and stone fruit was a major industry. The Lofberg, Kendall and Munday families grew fruit and raised pigs on their mixed farms. These enterprises survived into the 1920s, although the arrival of codling moth decreased fruit growing, and the construction of the North Shore railway line in the 1890s made the land more valuable as residential property. Pymble soon boasted the Hamilton Bros Universal Providers, near the station and other businesses. The Lofbergs diversified into quarrying, with their sandstone quarry being taken over by the Ku-ring-gai Council in 1926 to provide materials for roads and
footpaths in the municipality.
West Pymble was subdivided between 1900 and 1915, but was still sparsely populated because of its distance from the train station at Pymble. Much of the area remained semi-rural throughout the
Much of the area was developed after the Second World War with defence personnel housing and homes for returning soldiers built in brand new streets pushed through the bush. West Pymble's war memorial hall was opened in 1962 on the Lofbergs' original landholding on Lofberg Road. The original housing style included three-bedroom weatherboard cottages. Many remain but a lot of them have been significantly extended and/or upgraded since; others have been demolished and replaced with larger homes.
West Gordon Public School opened in 1951, and later West Pymble Public School in 1960 to educate the children of the new residents, and the inhabitants of the Bernard Smith Children's home, run by the Central Methodist Mission from 1960 to 1988.
The section of West Pymble, on the eastern side of Ryde Road, including Kiparra St, Dunoon Avenue, Wyuna Avenue and adjoining streets, was originally designated "West Gordon" and it was considered to be part of the suburb of Gordon. However, in 1990, the suburban boundaries were reviewed and this neighbourhood became re-designated as part of West Pymble instead, although the name of the public primary school did not change.
Pymble West Post Office opened on 1 December 1958 and closed in 1974.
The Philip Mall, located on Kendall Street, is a street mall with two rows of shops facing each other. Philip Mall includes an IGA supermarket, hairdresser, beauty salon, takeaway, greengrocer, bread shop, newsagent, cafe & deli, a cafe, Chinese restaurant, butcher, pizza shop, pharmacy, chocolate shop, bottle shop, Westpac ATM, physiotherapist, dentist and a veterinary clinic. Nearby is a BP petrol station.
Philip Mall was redeveloped in the 1990s. The development included the removal of gardens between two shops which had become largely dilapidated. Some of the gardens were replanted with the rest of the area paved, which significantly increased space in the mall. Seating and additional bicycle stands were installed. At the same time the large children's playground was upgraded with improved safety features and playsets.
In 1998 the Boonah Creative Arts Centre was established in the old community centre, operated by the Sisters of Mercy. The Boonah Centre provides fine arts education to mentally disabled persons.
In 2012, Philip Mall was re-landscaped, with the centre area between the shops being gutted, and a new layout built to give more space to allow shoppers to move between the 2 lines of shops.
The Philip Mall shops association is the West Pymble Chamber of Commerce which organises many events of interest to and including the local community.
The Gordon West Shops are in Duneba Avenue, West Pymble. They include a dentist, hair salon, German and Italian restaurants. The Gordon West shops are a significantly smaller group than
Philip Mall shops.
The closest train station is Pymble train station located about 2.5 kilometres (1.6 mi) from the centre of West Pymble. However, it is difficult to access from West Pymble, and bus services such as Transdev NSW's Route 560 run from West Pymble to Gordon train station in a loop service. Transdev also runs two bus services, route 575, from Macquarie University to Hornsby train station via Pymble & Turramurra and also Route 572 from Macquarie University to Turramurra railway station via South Turramurra and West Pymble, which Route 575 previously operated prior to 2012. In addition, Forest Coach Lines' Route 197 runs along Ryde Road through West Pymble from Macquarie University to Gordon Station, then onwards to Mona Vale via St Ives, Austlink & Terrey Hills.
West Pymble is surrounded by Lane Cove National Park and provides excellent bushwalking opportunities.
The Bicentennial Park oval complex in Lofberg Road consists of netball courts, soccer and cricket fields, a public swimming pool, a children's playground and barbecue facilities. The park was originally a quarry and later a bike track until it was regenerated in 1988 to coincide with the Australian Bicentenary.
Other parks in the area include: Frogmore Park (Wyomee Avenue), Shoppers Rest, Shoppers Glen, Ramsay Avenue Park, and Claire Taylor Park.
Schools include: West Pymble Public School, Apollo Avenue, a government primary school
Gordon West Public School (is actually in West Pymble), a government primary school
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary School, Kendall Street, a Catholic primary school
West Pymble Pre-school, Lofberg Road, a private pre-school
ABC Learning day care centre, Kendall Street
Places of worship:
St Matthew's Anglican church, Eppleston Place
Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Church, Kendall Street