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A Lazy Daisy Florist is an award-winning Interflora florist based in Prestons, Sydney. We deliver stunningly beautiful and high quality bouquets, themed arrangements, plants, hampers and gifts to Casula.
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Casula is a residential and commercial suburb located 34 kilometres southwest of Sydney's central business district, in the local government area of the City of Liverpool. Casula sits on the western banks of the Georges River and is found between Liverpool to the north and Glenfield to the south. The suburb is home to Leacock Regional Park and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
The original inhabitants of the area that makes up Casula today were the Tharawal people of the Eora nation. European settlement of the district took place in the 19th century and one of the suburb's earliest agriculturalists Robert Guise named his farm "Casula". Ingham Enterprises - Australia's largest producer of chickens and turkeys, was established in Casula in the 1950s. The suburb was largely a farming district up until the latter half of the 20th century, when it was subdivided and developed into a residential area.
Leacock Regional Park is found in the suburb's southeast, adjacent to the Georges River, Casula railway station and Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. The suburb's commercial premises are concentrated on the Hume Highway, and at Casula Mall. Glenfield Farm is a heritage-listed homestead in Casula's southeast, and was built by convict labour from 1810 to 1817.