Welcome to
Floral Art Club Durban

 

With all our meetings currently on hold, we are taking a trip down memory lane with 

A BLAST FROM THE PAST  (CLICK HERE)

 

Enjoy these memories.......

 

(June 2020 club competition pics are on the Competitions page!)

 

KZNAFA JUDGES PANEL HAVING FUN   (CLICK HERE)

 

AUGUST FLOWERS

 

 

The August flowers are the gladiolus and poppy.

The gladiolus is sometimes referred to as the sword lily because of its long, skinny shape.

The bold bloom can be found in an assortment of colours including red, pink, orange, yellow, purple and white

and it’s a symbol of strength of character, remembrance and sincerity.

The poppy is known for its bright red colour.

It is worn on Armistice Day in countries like the United Kingdom, Canada and France,

as a symbol of remembrance for those that lost their lives in World War I. The poppy also symbolizes imagination.


 

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Durban Floral Art Club meets at the Westville Civic Centre Hall at 1 William Leister Dr, Westville, on the 4th Tuesday of each month from 9-00am till 12-00pm.  Visitors are welcome to join us for a morning of flowers, friendship and fun for only R50-00 which includes tea and a delicious spread of snacks, competition viewing and a stage demonstration. 
Also available is a sales table with a variety of slips and floral related items at very reasonable prices, as well as a raffle.  We look forward to welcoming you!

 

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