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Monday, May 28, 2018

The Best Florists in Toronto

The best florists in Toronto remind us that spring is here with their glorious outdoor sidewalk displays. While it seems there's at least one flower shop in every neighbourhood, these floral arrangement specialists have a special ability to brighten our lives with intoxicating scents, vibrant hues and natural captivating beauty.

Here are the best florists in Toronto.

4 - Yang's Flower Market

A rainbow of eye-popping roses jumps out at you from the sidewalk display at this flower shop at the famed intersection of Avenue and Davenport that also offers a wide variety of tulips and succulents too.
3 - Sweetpea's

Flowers for arrangements at this Roncesvalles Village florist are either locally grown or imported in a socially responsible and eco-friendly way. They do delivery and have weekly specials for discounted prices, as well as a floral subscription service.
11 - Hunt and Gather

Bohemian vibes reign at this High Park florist run by an expert who’s been arranging flowers since she was 14. She uses locally foraged materials for the creations she sells.
10 - King West Flowers

Same-day fresh flower delivery is available seven days a week from this King and Bathurst florist and you can shop online, so keep it in mind for urgent apologies or forgotten occasions.
7 - Flox on Danforth

Personality is in no short supply at this cute Danforth shop that sells all kinds of succulents, cacti, locally grown peonies and hanging plants.
8 - Summerhill Floral Boutique (Mt. Pleasant)

Picturesque Mount Pleasant is further beautified by this lovely flower shop that’s an extension of luxurious grocer Summerhill Market across the street. With a walk-in cooler, they’re a go-to for fresh-cut roses and orchids.
9 - Quince Flowers

This Riverside florist does pretty much everything to do with flower arrangements, including an annual bouquet subscription service.
5 - Ladybug

This Church Wellesley Village florist makes arrangements using flowers grown locally, as well as in Europe and South America. They’ve been in operation for over 20 years.
6 - Bloor Village Flowers

Bloor West Village plant lovers can get their fix at this mainstay that's been in the business for decades. This shop does weddings for less and has lots of tropical plants.

by Amy Carlberg via blogTO

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