With COVID-19 restrictions making it hard to visit our mums on Mother's Day (this Sunday in case you've forgotten!), there's one thing that we still can do - send them something special.
And it seems everyone's jumped on board with that plan.
Goulburn florist Rebecca Gerstner, from Bek's Bloomz, said she has never seen anything like this level of demand for flower deliveries, and Mother's Day has added to the craziness.
"Our industry is completely run off its feet!" she said.
"Seriously - this is a thing. We were all set to close down when this started, clear our stock and shut the door, and now we're at the point where the business is going crazy."
For Mother's Day on Sunday, Ms Gerstner is even offering to pick up beauty and spa vouchers to deliver along with a bunch of blooms.
"We usually pamper our mums on Mother's Day," she said.
"And for people that offer a Mother's Day service from their business, they get great joy from that. They would be finding this hard. So I thought that's something I can do to help."
The floral industry's main struggle, she added, has been sourcing their usual varieties, given that overseas flowers are suddenly off the table.
"It's actually been the best thing in a way - our local growers have stepped up and while the variety is more limited, the quality is fantastic," said Ms Gerstner.
"Out of this horror, that's one area that's showing a green leaf."
Monica Dobing is having a similarly busy week.
Her business, Monica's Cakes, has offered high tea and grazing boxes, as well as special, miniature Mother's Day cakes, and they're running out the door.
"The high tea boxes are selling really well," said Ms Dobing, who said her own mother suggested the idea, and they collaborated on what should be included.
"I used to do a lot of high teas in my job so I knew how popular they would be. I had to cut off orders as I could only take on so much!"
She'll be delivering 32 of the high tea boxes, plus a few other grazing boxes and 25 tiny Mother's Day cakes.
"I am very appreciative of everyone's orders and support during this time," said Ms Dobing.
"It has kept me working and I am able to make something special for the amazing mums out there."
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