Flower Power

  1. Winter 2019 Interior Trend 3: Coastal Haze

    Winter 2019 Interior Trend 3: Coastal Haze
    Flower Power's homeware and furniture buyers have their fingers on the pulse of all the latest trends in interior styling. Seasoned travellers with a keen eye for style, they scour all corners of the globe on a regular basis to bring you the most up-to-date pieces, straight from exotic shores to your living room. They've identified three major trends for...
  2. Winter 2019 Interior Trend 2: Earthen Mood

    Winter 2019 Interior Trend 2: Earthen Mood
    Flower Power's homeware and furniture buyers have their fingers on the pulse of all the latest trends in interior styling. Seasoned travellers with a keen eye for style, they scour all corners of the globe on a regular basis to bring you the most up-to-date pieces, straight from exotic shores to your living room. They've identified three major trends for...
  3. Winter 2019 Interior Trend 1: Winter Warmers

    Winter 2019 Interior Trend 1: Winter Warmers
    Flower Power's homeware and furniture buyers have their fingers on the pulse of all the latest trends in interior styling. Seasoned travellers with a keen eye for style, they scour all corners of the globe on a regular basis to bring you the most up-to-date pieces, straight from exotic shores to your living room. They've identified three major trends for...
  4. Explore our NEW Milperra Garden Centre

    Explore our NEW Milperra Garden Centre
    Inspired by world-class international facilities, Flower Power's brand new Milperra store is an Australian garden centre industry first. Purpose-built from the ground up on the site of one of our former growing nurseries, we've filled 7.5 acres with a premium offering of indoor and outdoor plants, pots, homewares, furniture and landscaping supplies. Best of all, it's entirely weatherproof with a...
  5. We are family

    We are family
    While most kids in the 70s spent their free time zipping around on bikes and eyes glued to Young Talent Time, Flower Power’s CEO John Sammut and brothers Mark, Group Operations Director and Collin, headed off to work with their dad, Flower Power founder Nick Sammut. Without fail after school and every weekend, the brothers rolled up their sleeves to...
  6. Founding father

    Founding father
    Seventeen-year-old Nick Sammut arrived in Australia from Malta with 20 pounds in his pocket, unceasing drive, remarkable foresight and a willingness to work hard. Within two decades, Nick had grown a humble local nursery into Australia’s largest retail garden centre group. To celebrate Flower Power’s 50th anniversary, Nick takes a trip down memory lane, to when it all began.  ...

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