Fleurs de Lyonville is a micro flower farm, nestled beside the Wombat State Forest in the Daylesford and Macedon Ranges region. We’re just over an hour north of Melbourne in a little hamlet called Lyonville.
We grow a variety of seasonal flowers from classic cottage blooms to Australian natives with nature and the environment in mind, totally avoiding any chemical sprays. Recycling and regenerative practices are always forefront in the operation of our flower farm.
These are the ways we sell our organically-grown flowers throughout central Victoria and Melbourne:
Our flower season begins in spring with tulips, anemones, ranunculi, billy buttons, daffodils, poppies, kangaroo paw, stock, paper daisies, lupins, and many other whimsical varieties. Once summer arrives, we are hit with the big, brightly-coloured flowers such as sunflowers, zinnias, cosmos, gomphrena. We end the season on a high with the beginning of dahlia season running through to the first frosts, which is around May. The heat-loving flowers continue through to autumn with dahlias really showing off with their good friends, chrysanthemums.
From June we take stock of our dried flower and seed pods that we have collected throughout the season. They are on offer in late winter.