Springvale Botanical Cemetery Flowers

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Colour Rose Bouquet
Colour Rose Bouquet
$95.00
Cottage Charm
Cottage Charm
$105.00
Elegant Bouquet
Elegant Bouquet
$150.00
Pretty Please
Pretty Please
$95.00
Bright Infusion
Bright Infusion
$88.00
Elegant Rose Hatbox
Elegant Rose Hatbox
$165.00
Hatbox Flowers
Hatbox Flowers
$99.00
Dozen Roses in a Box
Dozen Roses in a Box
$119.00
Pretty vase posy
Pretty vase posy
$79.00
Mia
Mia
$79.50
Rose Heart Spray
Rose Heart Spray
$180.00
Oriental Lilly
Oriental Lilly
$68.00
Hatbox Elegance
Hatbox Elegance
$450.00
Be Mine
Be Mine
$95.00
Hot Pink Twist
Hot Pink Twist
$125.00

Springvale Botanical Cemetery Florist

Welcome to Heart 2 Heart Florist; we are a family-run business delivering flowers to Springvale Botanical Cemetery and the Melbourne metro area.

Your Local Springvale Botanical Cemetery Florist

We are located conveniently opposite the Springvale Necropolis Botanical Cemetery and offer an extensive range of funeral and sympathy flowers.

We offer an extensive range of affordable flowers, meaning 100% of your value spent will go towards your flower order.

We provide an easy-to-use and friendly service through our website, over the telephone or in-store.

We offer seven-day-a-week flower and gift deliveries. However, there may be some restrictions for Springvale Botanical Cemetery flower deliveries on the weekends.

Order online or call us now to discuss your needs: 61 3 9540 3657

About Springvale Botanical Cemetery

Springvale, a southern suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is home to the world's largest cremation and memorial garden. The cemetery is known as Springvale Botanical Cemetery.

It is a cemetery of the greatest quality and is widely regarded as Australia's most beautiful, with 169 hectares (422 acres) of immaculate grounds.

History of Springvale Botanical Cemetery

The cemetery started operating in 1901 and was once named as The Necropolis Springvale.

The Springvale Botanical Cemetery was renamed in 2006 to better represent its growing botanical significance, which includes the initial plantings of two bunya-bunya trees, palms, and gums.

Coffins, passengers, and personnel could all be transported to the cemetery through its own railway branch line and station, which was in operation from 1904 to 1952. In April 1905 at Springvale, the first cremation occurred.

Tourist Attractions in Springvale Botanical Cemetery

Café Vita et flores, which translates to "life and flowers" in Latin, offers a comfortable outdoor location for gathering with family, friends, and coworkers to enjoy modern cuisine, superb coffee, or a variety of appetizing snacks.

The Function Centers offer caterings with a multicultural touch and are ideal for gatherings. There’s the Clarence Reardon Center that is surrounded by a botanical garden. The other is the Southern Aurora Centre, which is situated by the breathtaking Bunurong Memorial Park and features natural-toned design influenced by Australian landscape artists. Both centers have audio, digital signage, and a wall-mounted 50" flat screen to display a slideshow.

Additionally, there are crematorium viewing rooms, which offer a private and serene setting for up to 20 family members and guests.

Schools and Sports Near Springvale Botanical Cemetery

Athol Road Primary School, Minaret College, Springvale Primary School, and Ukrainian Community School Noble Park are a few educational facilities close to the Springvale Botanical Cemetery.

The suburb which Springvale Botanical Cemetery is situated is home to a number of sports teams, including South Springvale SC and Springvale District Football Club.