Looking to have some gorgeous fresh flowers delivered to Deepdene today? Van Gogh Flowers is Deepdene's favourite same-day flower delivery service. Simply place your order before 11.30am Monday to Saturday for same day delivery to Deepdene. Have beautiful and fragrant flowers delivered to Deepdene today with Van Gogh Flowers!
Van Gogh Flowers was established in 1995 as a wholesale flower supplier to the trade industry and in 2013 we opened our doors as a retail business to the public. Van Gogh Flowers is based in beautiful Hawthorn East.
We understand people buy flowers to brighten their spirits, to brighten their homes, to congratulate someone, or as a romantic gesture. Our aim is to offer affordable flowers to all at our ‘one-stop flower shop’.
Van Gogh Flowers stocks a beautiful range of seasonal blooms and plants, including Phalaenopsis Orchids. All of our flowers and plants can be delivered same-day to Deepdene Monday to Saturday. Select a stunning floral bouquet by colour palette or theme, or give us a call on 03 9813 2300 if you have something specific in mind.
All flowers are reliably delivered to Deepdene with the utmost care. Delivery will be added to your order before processing.
If there is no one at the delivery address in Deepdene to receive the flowers, they will be left in a safe, weather protected spot at the delivery address specified, as we see fit.
Same-day flower deliveries to Deepdene must be ordered by 11.30am Monday to Saturday and will be delivered by 5.30pm. If you require a specified delivery time to Deepdene, please call the shop on 03 9813 2300 so that we can do our best to organise this for you.
Order online or call Van Gogh Flowers on 03 9813 2300 to discuss what you have in mind today.
Van Gogh Flowers | Gorgeous fresh flowers delivered to Deepdene today!
Deepdene is a small residential suburb located nine kilometres east of Melbourne's central business district. Formerly a part of Balwyn, Deepdene is today its own suburb bounded by Canterbury to the south, Kew to the west, and Balwyn to the north and east. Whitehorse Road dissects the suburb into a northern and southern portion and is Deepdene's main thoroughfare.
The suburb is believed to have been named after one of its earliest homes Deepdene House, designed and owned by 19th century architect David Askew. Deepdene railway station opened in 1891 and was serviced by the Outer Circle railway line. Insufficient passenger usage saw the railway line and Deepdene Station close in 1927 and the land surrounding the tracks was subsequently converted into parkland. Formerly a neighbourhood within the suburb of Balwyn, Deepdene was declared its own suburb in 2010.
Outer Circle Linear Park features the Anniversary Trail - a walking and cycling path that traces the route of the original Outer Circle railway line. The suburb is also home to two further green spaces: Deepdene Park and Gordon Street Reserve. Deepdene's primary shopping strip is located on Whitehorse Road.