From humble beginnings of a corner flower store in Tanunda back in 2005, Miss Maggies has developed a large customer base within the Barossa. From private homes, local businesses, aged care facilities and the two hospitals, we continue to deliver stunning arrangements on a daily basis.
Our vision for the Miss Maggies’ brand is to provide customers with quality stock and impeccable service. Our main focus for our gourmet baskets is to give the recipient the best range of local produce that always involves a varied selection of organic and eco-friendly products. In a rapidly expanding technological world it has been a particular attention to detail in service delivery, that has made for the continued success of our business (see testimonials).
After many requests to have a visible public presence for access to our fresh bunch lines and posies we have expanded our lines into 3 retail spaces – The Courtyard Coffee House in 117a Murray st, Tanunda, The Barossa Co-op, 1 Murray st, Nuriootpa and Taste Eden Valey, 6 Washington st, Angaston. The stock is on quick rotation to keep it fresh and long lasting and to keep our loyal customers smiling.
All of our wedding flowers are carefully created from our studio in Eden Valley. This allows us to focus entirely on that weeks weddings and not have the distractions of a retail outlet.
What We Stand For –
We are committed to making ethical and environmentally friendly choices.
We care about our customers and provide exceptional customer service.
We promise to be a good corporate citizen and are committed to giving back to the community.
We have instituted an environmental and ethical purchasing policy.
In Our Office –
We recycle our own waste including flower plastic sleeves, papers, and green waste.
We limit the use of heating and cooling, instead we prefer to open the window!
We turn off lights and computers when not in use.
We reuse all of our packaging that comes from our suppliers.
When We Buy –
We buy from Australian owned companies and local where possible.
We shop at Farmers markets so that we can limit our carbon footprint from transport and other running costs.