Canada Blooms co-chairs, Celia Roberts and Janet Ennamorato, are delighted to introduce the 2018 Canada Blooms Festival, entitled “Let’s Go to the Movies!”, honouring one of Toronto’s featured industries – the film industry. This theme allows garden builders, garden designers and floral artists the scope to demonstrate their creativity as they interpret “Let’s Go to the Movies!” through their exciting outdoor spaces and floral displays. Our desire for colour and fragrance after a long winter will be satisfied by the wonderful colours and sights in the gardens and the flower show, previews of Spring.
The Toronto Flower Show, presented by the Garden Club of Toronto and its members, brings non-professional exhibitors and members of horticultural societies and garden clubs from across the province and around the world to the show to display their floral artistry and horticultural expertise.
The Toronto Flower Show is excited to be able to present another thrilling year of competitions amongst amateur floral arrangers and garden club members. Non-professional exhibitors and members of horticultural societies and garden clubs enter the classes, competing in horticulture special exhibits, floral design, and photography. The Toronto Flower Show at Canada Blooms always welcomes those who wish to be involved in open classes! Come and see the nation’s most fascination floral arrangements, as well as, displays by international competitors who realize Canada Blooms is a world class festival!
All Toronto Flower Show entrants are invited to the Awards Ceremony on the Canada Blooms main stage, Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. This year all youth exhibitors received their ribbons at the Awards Ceremony.
The Canada Blooms Horticultural Society was founded by Landscape Ontario and the Garden Club of Toronto in 1997. Both organizations are deeply committed to Canada Blooms in bringing knowledge and love of gardening, horticulture and design to the public. Your participation in the non-professional floral design and horticulture competitions adds to the ongoing success of Canada Blooms with every entry. Photography, Youth and a number of horticulture and design classes are “Open” meaning anyone is welcome to participate.