STEMS Flower Market customers were each given a pink carnation to place on the bonnet of a car to mark yesterday’s Pink Ribbon Day.
Stems co-owner Michael Harris said it was just about getting people to stop and think about cancer.
“It wasn’t a fundraiser, we weren’t asking for people’s money,” he said.
“We had the Support4Cancer car out the front, and we covered the bonnet with florist foam but left the Support4Cancer logo. It looked really good.”
Stems has supported other charities and days before, but thought this was a different approach. “Even though it wasn’t a fundraiser, people have been very generous,” Mr Harris said.
The flowers came from Stems’ farm in Brown Hill, with 300 to 400 flowers placed on the car throughout the day.
Support4Cancer is an organisation that provides support, resources and information for anyone on their cancer journey.