Toronto Flower Show
2021: Secret Garden
The Toronto Flower Show was excited to be able to present another thrilling year of competitions amongst amateur floral arrangers and garden club members at Canada Blooms! Non-professional exhibitors and members of horticultural societies and garden clubs entered 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! The Toronto Flower Show offers the nation’s most fascinating floral arrangements, and as well, displays by international competitors who realize Canada Blooms is a world class festival!
REVISIT THE TORONTO FLOWER SHOW OF THE PAST
|View the 2020 Toronto Flower Show
|View the 2020 International Competitors
|View the 2020 Floral Winners
|View the 2019 Toronto Flower Show
|View the 2016 Toronto Flower Show
Professional Florists – Floral Alley
2021: Secret Garden
Currently Floral Alley is on hold as the Canada Blooms 2021 in-person festival has been cancelled due to COVID-19 Concerns.
The Canada Blooms theme was designed to pay homage to the first Canada Blooms.
Canada Blooms Floral Alley is a celebration of Ontario top floral artists. Their displays at the festival are truly inspirational.
Displays are designed to last 10 days and floral material will be refreshed throughout the festival, creating a new look. These stunning displays showcase just what professional florists can do.
REVISIT THE FLORAL DESIGNS OF THE PAST
|View the 2020 Floral Designs
|View the 2019 Floral Designs
|View the 2018 Designs
|View the 2017 Floral Designs
|View the 2016 Floral Designs
|View the 2015 Floral Designs
|View the 2014 Floral Designs
Canada Blooms Floral Artist of the Year Competition presented by Jennifer Harvey
Unfortunately, this is on hold due to the cancellation of the 2021 in-person festival due to COVID-19 concerns.
The 2020 Floral Artist of the Year Competition was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns
Up to 20 professional and amateur floral designers would have vied for a $1000 cash prize and title of Canada Blooms Floral Artist of the Year.
All the designers would have been given a surprise pack (seen on the day of the event) and 4 hours to create a stunning design that would have been judged by accredited judges. Competition would have taken place on the festival floor during open hours.
|Meet the 2020 Challengers
|Meet the 2019 Challengers
|View Festival Photo Gallery