Aster cassandra 80cm
- 80 cm
- Sold in
- Batches of 25 stems
MAINLAND UK DELIVERY: We can deliver directly to your door in Mainland UK five times a week. You can have your flowers delivered on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
At the checkout you will see 4 fixed cost delivery options which apply to mainland UK delivery for any size order:
- Mainland UK week days any time before 5.45pm: £14.95
- Mainland UK week days before 12.45pm: £19.95
- Mainland UK week days before 10.45am: £28.95
- Mainland UK week days after 12.45pm: £19.95 (pm delivery)
- Mainland UK Saturdays any time before 5.45pm: £26.95
NORTHERN IRELAND DELIVERY: We can deliver directly to your door in Northern Ireland three times a week. You can have your flowers delivered on a Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
At the checkout you will see a flat rate for Northern Ireland delivery for any size order:
- Northern Ireland week days any time before 5.45pm: £35.95
BELGIUM, CHANNEL ISLANDS, DENMARK, FRANCE, GERMANY, HOLLAND, LUXENBOURG & REPUBLIC OR IRELAND DELIVERY: We can deliver directly to your door during the week. Please contact us on +44 1394 385832 to place your order as it is not possible to order directly on our web site as it is with Mainland UK & Northern Ireland.
Alternatively, customers choosing to collect from Triangle Nursery Ltd are not charged delivery costs - please see our hours of business to make sure we are open at your time of collection. Orders cannot be left outside our premises for out of hours collection.
Please note wholesale flowers need conditioning correctly and should be delivered 2-3 days before your event to hydrate & develop properly - delivery should never be made on the same day as your event. Also please note that varieties like lilies, freesia, ornithogalum and alstroemeria can take up to a week to open nicely - always feel free to call us with any questions on 01394 385832.
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Aster, (otherwise known as September Flower), is a genus of the Asteraceae family. The name 'aster' is derived from the ancient Greek word meaning 'star' because of it's star shaped flower heads. Aster is a multi-headed flower used as a filler in the floristry trade. It also has the effect of adding softness to flower bouquets, arrangements and wedding flowers, (similar to gypsophilia). Aster is also popular in wedding flowers that require a cottage garden / vintage feel.