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Growers Grove at Canada Blooms

Growers Grove is a celebration of Ontario's nursery plants at Canada Blooms. You might not know it but, the plants produced by Nursery Growers shape the world that surrounds us. It is one of the few industries that whose products literally interact with, or are seen by the majority people every single day. Think about it, it would be difficult to embark on a daily travel without passing a plant, and most of the plants you see are grown by this hardworking and dedicated group.

Drop by Growers Grove and speak to a professional about what plants would be best for your next landscape project and where you can find them.

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Toronto Flower Show

Toronto Flower Show Set Up

You be the judge!
Ever wonder what it takes to produce a best of show floral design? Puzzled about why your favourite exhibit failed to place at all? What are the judges looking for when they look at a design and what are their credentials, anyway?

Being a judge is not an easy job, says Garden Club of Toronto member Helen Skinner, who has been judging shows in Canada and around the world for decades. "There is not a single judge who goes home feeling they've been perfect in all their decisions," says Skinner how also helps train judges.

There are criteria to look for and rules to follow but it often comes down to an ultimate feeling about the design. "Some entries fulfill all the requirements yet leave you feeling flat," says Skinner "while others just sing."

Unlike judges in some other arts, flower show judges have to prove they know how to do it too. Not only must they complete courses at an accredited judging school and three years of judging and exhibiting their own work (attaining first place red ribbons), but judges in each category must continue to attend lectures and take exams to maintain their membership in the Ontario's judges' council.

The judges look for the following fundamentals of design:
BALANCE: is it top-heavy or leaning to one side?
RHYTHM IN DESIGN: How does the eye move? Does it keep going through the whole design?
CONTRAST: Is there a pleasing choice and placement of colour? Is there variety in the foliage, texture, in flower size and shape?
DOMINANCE: Does a certain colour stand out? There should be enough colour to keep the design from being boring but not too much to drown out the rest of the design.
PROPORTION AND SCALE: Is the amount of plant material to container in proportion? Is there enough design for the space given?
INTERPRETATION: Does the exhibit reflect the title theme? Is it creative?

So keep this in mind when you look over the design entries at the Toronto Flower Show, because they are offering you the opportunity to also be a judge and choose your favourite floral designs.
Above designs: (l)Rosmary Passafiume-McLean, 1st prize, (c) Judy Zinni, 2nd prize, (r) Ellen Clark, 3rd prize. Photos by The Garden Club of Toronto

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Flower Power
Floral Day At Canada Blooms

Floral Alley at Canada Blooms

Floral Day at Canada Blooms - Tuesday, March 13

Host Tanner Z from Cineplex and Jennifer Harvey of Canadian Academy of Floral Art will be on hand to open the Floral Day at Canada Blooms. Tanner ties the theme of the show “Let’s Go To the Movies” and Floral Day together. Tanner and Jennifer will be filming and doing social media moments all day! 

Come see how the floral industry serves not only our communities but, also why the floral industry is so valuable to the celebration of all our lives. 

What's Happening on Tuesday? 
• “Ask the florist” hosted by floral designers-during peak hours, if you have a question they will be happy to answer it for you.
• Live demo and floor installation of floral art built on the floor during peak hours 
• 3 shows on main stage including
      Mystery Box Challenge at 1 pm
      Floral fashion show at 3 pm
      Professional Competition at 5 pm 

Floral Alley Awards will be given out at a Special Event in the Lounge At C.B. at 6 pm. This is a private event for Floral Alley participants and Industry Professionals.
Above Design by Alma Florists/4165Flower

Floral Alley At Canada Blooms

The Birdcage Marquee
Joseph Delarge of eco|stems is using The Birdcage, a remake of La Cage Aux Folles, as his inspiration for floral design. It will bring together a flamboyant, tropical lush look with lots of big foliage, bright colours and interesting elements contrasting and clashing just like in the film. It’ll certainly be fun to look at!
To find out more about eco|stems, the environmentally and socially sustainable flower shop visit: ecostems.ca
Red Carpet

Lena Pham of Lena's Floral Designs is using the celebration of a true Hollywood Red Carpet Movie Night as her main focus.

Lena is the Owner & Creative Director, and develops unique and unforgettable floral arrangements inspired by the colours and textures of the flowers she works with.
To discover more about Lena's Floral Design visit: www.lenasfloraldesigns.com

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Tips From The Pros
Advice For Valentine's Day
From Mark Cullen

Valentine Roses

I have been married for over 30 years to a wonderful, understanding woman. This story is written with my experience, limited as it is, in mind.

As a man, there is no other annual ‘special occasion’ that tempts us to play it safe quite like Valentine’s Day. To be clear, the celebration of our love for those nearest to us causes otherwise sane, bold men with a natural inclination to take risks to merely reach for one of the 3 safest material expressions of our affections: Roses, chocolate and lingerie.

I am here to suggest that this could be the beginning of a new decade of giving. One where you extend your desire to please and thrill your sweetie with a gift that truly is outside of the box. One that reflects your sensitivity to her desires.

No Romeo.
My wife will tell you that I am no Romeo. So let’s reflect together for a moment on the very popular tradition of giving long stem cut roses on Valentine’s Day. We know that this is a crowd pleaser, but then, are you trying to please the crowd or your sweetheart? And what is it that appeals to women about ‘a dozen’ long stem red roses? Why a dozen? Why red? Why cut flowers which die notoriously quickly relative to say carnations –which are cheaper and ‘stand up’ to the test of time for up to a month vs. 7 to 10 days for roses? My answer is that I don’t know.

I am a guy too and I am equally paranoid about getting this wrong. We are not meant to know the answers to simple questions like these. Of greater importance is our willingness to explore the limits of our imagination together and who knows, maybe we will come up with something that is greeted as truly memorable.

It is not Giving: it is Thinking about the giving.
I do believe that it is important to understand this: your thinking of the answers can be more beneficial to your relationship than most anything else.

To get us started, some facts and suggestions:
Fact: Cut roses are not a cinch to grow. That is why they are expensive.
Suggestion: This could be your cue to make the growing of roses as easy as possible. Give her a rose garden. For the price of a dozen long stems at this time of year (about $60 to $100 for quality ones) you can buy her 4 to 6 rose plants that will grow in our Canadian climate, produce not ‘a dozen’ but dozens of rose flowers at about the same cost.

Click here to finish reading Mark's article and suggestions....

Mark will be speaking at Canada Blooms from Friday, March 9 to Tuesday, March 13.

Go to www.markcullen.com for Gardening/environment tips on The Weather Network, Global News, the Greenfile on 680 News plus Toronto Star, Mark's monthly newsletter and more!

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CAA Spring Gardening Tips

Spring Gardening

Gardening Tips for a Fresh Start.
Spring always comes as a relief, especially for the eager gardeners among us. It’s time to roll up your sleeves and get in the garden to produce the most beautiful blossoms and vegetables right in your own backyard. Here are a few tips to help any garden look its best.

• Don’t Be Afraid to Prune. As a general rule, summer or fall-flowering shrubs can be cut right now, leaving a few strong buds. This will result in new growth from the remaining buds on which this year’s blooms will be produced.
• Tread Lightly. Be careful how you step into your garden as the soil is often very soft and moist. To avoid compacting the soil and driving out the oxygen it needs, use a board to distribute your weight more evenly.
• Weeding. Increased rain makes the soil damp and loose which makes pulling and or digging up weeds a breeze (well, a little easier than in dry soil).
• Refresh Your Containers. Replant and freshen your container combinations with seasonal plant material.
• Plant Summer-Flowering Bulbs.Once the ground has warmed, plant summer-flowering bulbs such as dahlias, gladiolus, cannas and more. Consider starting bulbs in advance in containers indoors for a head start to the season.
CAA Rewards LogoVisit Other Gardens. If you’re looking for ideas, take a stroll around your neighbourhood or visit your local botanical garden for ideas on what’s blooming now and discover new plant combinations you could try in your own garden.
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Got A Garden Question?

Master Gardeners

Please stop by one of our free Gardening Advice Clinics, open for horticulture questions of all kinds, every day of the show. Find us at one of two very convenient locations - the very central "Ask a Master Gardener" booth or the "One-on-One" café style booth situated by the Garden Solutions Stage presented by Harrowsmith.

Want to pick up a gardening tip or two with your lunch? Consider yourself invited to our many enjoyable and educational presentations on everything from Growing Peonies to Heirloom Vegetables. Or, take in one of our demonstrations and learn how to Re-pot your Orchid or Divide your Hostas. Check out the Canada Blooms website for a complete schedule of topics and speakers.

The Master Gardeners of Ontario are dedicated volunteers whose mission is to share their expertise on sustainable gardening practices with the general gardening public. To contact them or find out more, go to the MGOI website at www.mgoi.ca.

Please bring your questions - they have the answers!"

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Getting Creative In A Small Space

ExperTrees Small Space Garden

You have to be clever to design in a small space. But even though the boundaries in your front or back yard might be tight, this doesn't mean you can't create a wonderful oasis, because there is potential in those small spaces. The right design can give you an incredible garden.

Canada Blooms and Oaks Landscape Products/Brampton Brick are pleased to announce the return of Do Up the Doorsteps and Backsteps, our small space design showcase featuring front yard gardens from, Horticulturalist Matthew Dressing, Greer Design Group, Alter Eden, Nancy Green Landscape Design, Melanie Rekola Landscape Design and Leja Landscape Design. Oaks logo

Come see the design talents that are essential for these gardens as you enjoy a colourful and comfortable use of small space.
Above Garden by ExperTrees, photo by Landscape Ontario

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Feature Garden: Fusion Landscaping

Fusion Garden at Canada Blooms

What is Fusion landscaping?
Fusion landscaping blends traditional and modern elements to create beautiful outdoor spaces, while reducing maintenance and watering needs. It combines the art and science of horticulture with hydrology to create aesthetically pleasing landscapes that optimize stormwater management and enhance the environment. Fusion landscaping uses rainwater as a resource, instead of directing it away from a property. As an example, rainwater coming from downspouts can be directed into a rain garden, allowing the water to be absorbed by the plants and soil.

What is a Certified Fusion Landscape Professional (FLP)?
Landscape Ontario, in partnership with the Region of Peel and the Regional Municipality of York, have developed the Fusion Landscape Professional (FLP) training and certification program. A Fusion Landscape Professional (FLP) is an industry certified expert that has completed this extensive training and certification program. A FLP can help homeowners create the outdoor space of their dreams, while addressing current environmental issues like climate change, flooding and urbanization.

Interested in learning more?
Landscape Ontario, the Region of Peel and the Regional Municipality of York, will be working with Parklane Landscapes to create a spectacular garden for this year’s Canada Blooms Festival that will demonstrate several Fusion elements. Come visit Feature Garden 24, Fusion Oasis Under the Stars, to learn more about: rain gardens, bioswales, infiltration pits, disconnecting downspouts, rain barrels, rain chains and lawn alternatives.

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Canada Blooms Garden Tours

Green Art Small Space Design

See the beautiful Feature Gardens before the crowds!
Canada Blooms enthusiasts know that Morning Garden Tours are the best way to start off your visit to the festival. Discover the "inside secrets" of how those magnificent gardens are put together. Tours begin at 8:15 am, giving you time to enjoy each garden at your leisure before the festival opens. Tours are led by Master Gardeners and horticultural specialists and tickets are available for only $40 which includes all day admission to the festival as well as the National Home Show. A limited number of tickets are available for Friday, Saturday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Please note tickets must be purchased in advance.

Canada Blooms is giving away two sets of Morning Garden Tour Tickets for Saturday March 10, so visit our contest page for a chance to win.
Above Garden by Green Art Landscape Design, photo by David Ohashi

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Christian Dior At The ROM

Season's Greetings

Christian Dior at the Royal Ontario Museum until March 18, 2018

Explore the brilliance behind Christian Dior’s dramatic creations that revived the Paris haute couture industry after the devastation of the Second World War in ROM’s original exhibition, Christian Dior, presented by Holt Renfrew. Senior Curator, Dr. Alexandra Palmer, draws from the ROM’s extensive collection from the first ten years of Christian Dior haute couture, 1947 to 1957, to offer captivating insights into the creative process and mechanics of the fashion industry in Paris during a pivotal time.

Celebrating the House of Christian Dior’s 70th anniversary, Christian Dior features a selection of breathtaking designs from daytime to evening wear for grand occasions, and explores how and why Christian Dior’s iconic lines, luxury textiles, and romantic embroideries laid the foundation for the global success of the fashion house.

Experience the exquisite craftsmanship, intricate detail, and inspired luxury designs by one of fashion’s greatest couturiers. Especially for Canada Blooms subscibers, save 20% off ROM admission using promo code: CANADABLOOMS
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Twitter: @ROMtoronto
Instagram: @ROMtoronto

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Congrats Winners

Winner of a Copy of Tara Nolan's 'Raised Bed Revolution'
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Winners of a Year Subscription to The Gardener Magazine
Lee Gray, Edmonton, AB
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GTA Home & Reno Show

GTA Home & Reno Show Feb. 16 - 19, 2018
Visit the GTA Home & Reno Show for innovative products and great advice from real pros including Damon Bennett. Looking to scratch a few things off your to-do list, update the kitchen perhaps? Not to worry, all the advice and inspiration you need are waiting for you at the show.

Congratulations to Ticket Winner: Tim Denham and Loretta James

Didn't win? Use promo code BLOOMS to save $4 off the adult admission.

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Win A Copy Of 'Veggie Garden Remix'

Niki Jabbours Veggie Garden Remix

Shake up your vegetable garden this year with Niki Jabbour’s Veggie Garden Remix!
After years of growing the same kinds of vegetables, home gardeners are looking to try something new. After all, if you like tomatoes, you might also like ground cherries. Or, if you’re a cucumber enthusiast, you should try cucamelons or burr gherkins. Do you love spinach? Why not try vegetable amaranth, sweet potato leaves, or magenta spreen?

With a “Like this? Then try this!” approach, best-selling author Niki Jabbour encourages you to expand your gardening repertoire and try an intriguing array of 224 plants from around the world, many of which are delicacies in other cultures. Presented with detailed growing information for each plant along with fun facts and plant history, be prepared to catch Niki’s contagious enthusiasm for experimentation and fun in the garden.”

Join Niki at Canada Blooms on Saturday, March 10 at the Unilock Celebrity Stage.

Want more advice from Niki Jabbour? Sign up for the Savvy Gardening Newsletter.

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Niki Jabbour's 'Veggie Garden Remix'

Harrowsmith Community

Harrowsmith Hens

You might be surprised to learn that chickens don't mind the cold--it's dampness that raises their tail feathers. Have you entertained the notion of introducing chickens to your backyard? Harrowsmith contributor Nicole Robertson offered a colourful behind-the-scenes look into her hen house at Caberneigh Farm in Uxbridge, Ontario in our Winter 2017-18 issue. Curious about what a Chicken Happy Hour with Silver Laced Polish Crested friends might look like? Her article illuminates some unexpected and delightful aspects of chicken husbandry. Rumour has it that there are two rambunctious Nigerian goats at Caberneigh now--be sure to read more about Nicole's motley crew in our upcoming issues.

If you want to connect with some of the best chefs, gardeners, travelers, writers and birders in this country, subscribe to Harrowsmith's free newsletter today to be eligible for a chance to win a 1-year free subscription of Harrowsmith Magazine (3 issues in print& digital: Spring, Fall, Winter & an online exclusive for Summer).

Winner will be picked on March 31st, 2018. Good luck to all who enter.

Click Here to Discover More About Harrowsmith
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Sunfinity Sunflower

Sunfinity Sunflowers

Make your garden come to life with Sunfinity Sunflowers that thrive and bloom continuously all season long. Sunfinity Sunflowers have lots of blooms that can be cut and used indoors, with no mess and without damaging the outdoor plant. The outdoor plant will continue to bloom long after traditional sunflowers have bloomed and died.

Nearly a decade of effort by Syngeta Flowers has led to the creation of Sunfinity, the sunflower that revolutionizes the home garden experience. Sunfinity started with a desire to give the home gardener a more colorful, longer-lasting sunflower. Traditional sunflowers are either small potted plants or cut flowers with only one stem, a single flower head, and blooms lasting for only 7–10 days. Sunfinity was cultivated to have many stems with a multitude of blooms and season-long performance, making it truly unique and different from every other sunflower.

In order to achieve these unique characteristics, we took the best attributes of two species and created what plant breeders call an interspecific hybrid.

Throughout the season, you can cut Sunfinity sunflower stems and bring them into your home to enjoy. They leave no messy pollen on your tables and will keep for 7 days or more in tap water.

University of Guelph's Rodger Tschanz and his team are growing over 400 Sunfinity Sunflowers for Canada Blooms, come see them this March and then look for them in your local greenhouse and nursery centres this spring.

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Demonstrations And Workshops

Workshops at Canada Blooms

Learn hands-on from Industry professionals and World Association of Floral Artists winners with a new line up of workshops and demonstrations which are available in the workshop area of the Gardening Experience. Demos are offered on a first come, first serve basis, so if you are interested, consider completing the Demo booking form to reserve your place. Special workshops are offered for an additional fee as they are Make & Take projects, the fee includes your admission, instruction and material costs, these are also limited and must be ordered through the ticket page.

Demonstrations include:
• The Master Gardeners Li’l Sprouts sessions taking place Saturday, March 10-Friday, March 16 at 12pm & 2pm. They include learning the basis in planting peas, beans, sunflowers, discovering succulents, growing pollinator plants and creating a grass head.
• Also for children is Veggie for Kids from the Veggie Guy, Bob Martin of Martin Farms.
(note: although these sessions are to introduce children to the joys of gardening, if space permits, those who are also kids at heart may join the sessions).
• Other demonstrations include Creating a Pizza Garden and Creating a Tea Garden with Robert Patterson.

Workshops include:
• Fairy Garden Make & Take with Judy Zinni: Enjoy creating your very own fairy garden and take it home. Get hands on help from your instructor that will help you through the process. Easy to do, lovely to enjoy and lots of fun to make!
• Fresh ‘Floral’ Cake Make & Take with Jacqui Miller: Made with flowers, leaves and foam. These beautiful cakes are beautiful to look at and have no calories.
• Fresh Floral Centerpiece Make & Take with Lillian Taggart: In this workshop get some of the basic floral design styles & techniques and then create a stunning centerpiece that will be perfect at Easter, Passover or any occasion.
• Kokedama Make & Take with Trudy Grantham: Create your very own Japanese moss ball garden art.
VISIT OUR WORKSHOPS PAGE FOR DETAILS on Workshops and Demonstrations.

Click Here to View Demos & Workshops
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Genoscape Highway of Heroes Tribute Garden at Canada Blooms

Genoscape HOH Garden
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CAFA Corner

CAFA Flowers

The Canadian Academy of Floral Art had an exciting 2017.
Our 25th Anniversary Design Show and Workshop was a great success. The fantastic Russian designer Roman Steinhauer wowed the crowd with his truly artistic floral creations. Jennifer Harvey CAFA, CFD, the head of Floral Procurement and Design with Canada Blooms, was voted president elect last November. Congrats Jen! We can’t wait to see what you have up your sleeve for Canada Blooms this year.

CAFA has started 2018 off with our annual membership drive, we’re always searching for more floral artists, come join us. We have an exciting Wedding Design Show and Workshop taking place in Calgary March 4th and 5th hosted by Poppy Parsons AIFD, CAFA and Lisa Alary CAFA. Perfect for all you aspiring floral artists out west. Canada Blooms is just around the corner, be on the look out for our amazing CAFA floral artists and their floral art throughout Canada Blooms.
We hope to see you there!

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Volunteer To Be An Ambassador


Canada Blooms is looking for volunteers!

The Volunteer program is open to volunteers age 14 and older who are interested in being an ambassador from March 9-18, 2018 (there are some pre- and post-festival positions available as well). Students in Ontario can earn credits toward community hours.

There are a number of positions available, from greeting guests, providing directional information, to providing support to floral and stage programs, with many other roles in between.

Volunteers MUST be able to commit to a minimum 4 hour shift during the ten day festival. Successful candidates will recieve a Canada Blooms ticket (1 per shift to a max of 3), and will be invited to attend a thank you event as well as other perks during the festival.

So, come join us for a Gardener’s Getaway! Work a little, play a little and share in the excitement. If you volunteered last year, invite a friend or two to join you.

Visit our website and sign up today!
If you have any questions please contact:
General Volunteer Coordinator: Martha Walsh
at bloomsvolunteers@gmail.com or call Lisa Pascoe 416-447-8655 x 7721

If you are interested in pre-festival plant organizing and planting, change over and post-festival cleanup, then please contact:
Horticultural Volunteer Coordinator: Tanya Smith
at bloomshortvolunteers@gmail.com or call David Turnbull at 416-447-8655 x 7730

If you have training or are in a floral related course, and are interested in helping our with Floral Alley or 'Ask A Floral Expert' booth please contact:
Floral Design and Procurement Specialist: Jennifer Harvey
at canadabloomsfloral@gmail.com.

If you are a Garden Club of Toronto member and would like to volunteer for the Toronto Flower Show please contact: Judy Carpenter or Renee Clegg via gardencluboftoronto@on.aibn.com

Come volunteer, Canada Blooms needs you to flourish.
Please note that both the TTC and GO Train have stops near the Enercare Centre,
also from Monday – Friday Parking will be FREE after 4:00 pm.

Visit Our Volunteer Page

Upcoming Events
Get The Jump On Spring & Seedy Saturday

Jump on Spring 2018

Two FREE garden events you won’t want to miss on Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

TBG’s annual Horticultural Open House with 30+ exhibitors including horticultural societies, garden clubs and environmental organizations, in addition to a floral design competition and show.


Bring your open-pollinated and heirloom seeds to swap with other gardeners. Leftover seed will be added to the TBG Seed Library. Seeds will also be available for purchase from local seed vendors. Seedy Saturday provides gardeners a chance to share their heirloom seed with one another to make sure it’s available for future generations. It’s also a great opportunity to discover varieties that are not available commercially. Click here to learn more about Seedy Saturdays.

This one-day garden extravaganza includes:
free talks and demonstrations
gently-used gardening book sale
winter garden tours
gardening advice from Toronto Master Gardeners
special discounts in the TBG Garden Shop
Café and Coffee Bar (Bring a mug to help us reduce waste.)

Where: Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto
Free Admission & Free Parking, $2 donation appreciated (Those who donate will be entered in free prize draws, 1 every hour!)

Click Here to Find Out More About Jump On Spring

Other Events

Seedy Saturday Milton
On Saturday, February 24 you are invited to enjoy a free community event, sponsored by the Milton & District Horticultural Society, in partnership with Seeds of Diversity, the Halton Master Gardeners and Landscape Ontario. Featuring marketplace and free, 30-minute gardening seminars held throughout the day.
Landscape Ontario greenhouse, 7856 Fifth Line S (enter via Steeles Avenue).
Seedy Saturday runs from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The Plant Symposium London
Tickets $25 and includes admission to symposium featuring four guest speakers - Mathis Natvik, Paul Zammit, Brenda Gallagher and Lorraine Johnson - as well as a buffet lunch, marketplace and great doorprizes.
Contact Wendy Harry, wharry@landscapeontario.com
Friday, February 9, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Lamplighter Inn, 591 Wellington Road, London

Guelph Horticultural Society Annual Garden Showcase
Guelph Horticultural Society invites you to our Annual Garden Showcase Tour on Sunday, July 8, 2018 from 1 pm to 5:30 pm. This self-drive tour of 7 unique garden spaces takes place rain or shine and offers you a chance to speak with the owners, Master Gardeners, and to enjoy the talent of local artisans and musicians. Cost is just $10 for adults, children under 12 are free, no pets please. For garden locations and more information please visit guelphhort.org

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Tours And Tickets

Are you looking for a bus tour coming to Canada Blooms?
Visit our Bus Tour listing page for a full listing.

Are you looking for tickets to Canada Blooms?

Tickets can be purchased in advance, online or at a number of outlets, please visit our ticket page for a list of outlets. Tickets can also be purchased at the door once the festival has begun. Remember to check back for updates to each list.

Visit the Canada Blooms Bus Tour Listing Page

Visit the Canada Blooms Ticket Page

Our address is:
7856 Fifth Line South, Milton, ON L9T 2X8

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