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The theme ‘Birds of a Feather’ gives Canada Blooms garden designers an opportunity to explore imagery incorporating birds, feathers, bird baths and more. Alternatively, designers can choose to interpret ‘Birds of a Feather’ figuratively and focus on similarities of people, plants and insects.

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“Birds Of A Feather” at Canada Blooms 2020

Unfortunately do to concerns over COVID-19 Canada Blooms 2020 was cancelled on the day before opening. However, a group of volunteer judges did evaluate the fully-built landscape gardens at Canada Blooms.

List of Canada Blooms 2020 Winners

The theme ‘Birds of a Feather’ gave Canada Blooms garden designers an opportunity to explore imagery incorporating birds, feathers, bird baths and more. Alternatively, designers could also choose to interpret ‘Birds of a Feather’ figuratively and focus on similarities of people, plants and insects.

Birds, gardens and gardeners are all part of a healthy ecosystem and Canada Blooms is committed to sharing the positive benefits of gardens with visitors to the Festival.

Canada Blooms has a variety of exhibitors for all your garden, landscape and backyard needs.  All roads lead to Canada Blooms: Follow the roadway carpet, which goes along the main aisle of Hall B, to the Entrance of Hall G to Hall H (Heritage Court).

 View the 2020 Builder/Exhibitor List (Mar 1/20)

View the 2019 Gardens
View the 2018 Gardens
View the 2017 Gardens

The 2020 Floorplan – Hall G

Over the years, Canada Blooms has supported numerous garden-related projects that have been built across Ontario. We are proud of our tradition of excellence as we present the best of Ontario’s landscape and horticultural industry. We invite you to join our 24th Annual Canada Blooms  in 2020.

If you are a garden builder, designer and architect and you are interested in building a garden, please let us know. Visit our Become a Garden Builder page for more details. You can email or call Horticultural Director, Derrick Hawley at 416-447-8655 x 7730 for more details.
If you are a garden, landscape or backyard product/service vendor and are interested in exhibiting at Canada Blooms, please contact Marketplace Sales Consultant Kelly Haney by email or at 416-644-5461.

 Take another look at Canada Blooms 2019

This Space Is For The Birds G01 By City of Toronto

The City of Toronto Parks Department is committed to improving the City’s natural environment one plant at a time.

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The Nest G1A By Stanley Roszak

In fitting with the 2020 Festival theme “Birds of A Feather”, visitors would have been invited to discover ‘The Nest’, an early spring wetland garden

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Mark’s Potting Shed G11 By J. Garfield Thompson Landscape Ltd.

A return to the suggestion of the “good old days” when gardening in the backyard meant growing vegetables, herbs & flowers. It all started in the potting shed.

VIEW Mark’s Potting Shed

Flight Of Fancy G13 By Mountainhill Landscape Professionals

While we may call our feature garden “Flight of Fancy”, we at Mountainhill believe that being able to turn your outdoor spaces into an area that enhances both biodiversity and your family’s enjoyment of your home, is a very real and fulfilling experience.

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Just Be G14 By David McEldon Landscape & Design

The ‘Birds of a Feather’ theme inspired me to design a garden for people of all cultures to gather together with friends, family food and good health.

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Do Up The Backsteps: Contemplation of Self Reflection G16A By ExperTrees Horticulture & Landscape Specialists

This years theme is Birds of a Feather, which reminds us of the saying ‘Birds of a Feather, flock together”, suggesting an obvious bond between similar things. As a horticulturalist and contemporary abstract artist, our interpretation of this years theme is to not only look at what brings…

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Do Up The Backsteps: Birds Of A Feather G16B By Canada Blooms Team

A backyard Garden for the birds. Dedicated to all our volunteers who give their time and talent to make Canada Blooms a world class festival.

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Do Up The Backsteps: Backyard Bird Watch G16C By Landscape Designs by Jodie Munshaw

My garden was inspired by what I see from outside my own back window. I’ve brought together elements and ideas of similar interests or beliefs – bringing birds and wildlife together while creating a safe and inviting space.

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Do Up The Backsteps: Edible Caja Garden G16D By The Growing Connection

The Edible Caja garden is inspired by food plants that can nourish humans, and birds.

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Get Lost In A Feather G19 By UPLP Group Ltd.

As the saying goes, Birds of a feather flock together. With tranquil sounds of water, birds and the smell of so many florals, people will relax in harmony. Make sure not to miss our “feather garden” a piece we are hiding until show day that is sure to…

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A Pair in a Par-Terre G21 By Green Art Landscape Design

The old saying, ‘birds of a feather, flock together’, comes to life in my garden in the form of multiple varieties of the annual, Coleus. Mixed with a tapestry of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and perennials, the rich colours of the Coleus pop. And, of course, there are…

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Dig Safe Garden G22 By Sean James for ORCGA

Birds (and humans) need a safe world. How we build (Ontario One Call) and what we build (natives for wildlife) matter!

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Do Up The Doorsteps: THRIVE! With Beauty And The Birds G23A By Stone Meadow Design

A small front yard can be attractively designed for beauty and curb appeal and also allow ecological systems to thrive.

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Do Up The Doorsteps: Neighbourhood Flock G23B By Sylvia Szot Landscape Design

This small urban garden offers all the delights of her larger country cousins. See how easy it is to incorporate elements like wildlife habitat, social gathering spaces and tranquil views into your own city plot. It’s a place where neighbours will want to flock!

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Do Up The Doorsteps: Raptors Of Asia G23C By Raptors Construction Group

Asian gardens are meant to reflect the serenity of the natural world. Shapes are tailored and controlled, and stone and water are frequently used elements. These gardens work well with Asian-inspired and contemporary architecture and in natural settings; they are also a popular choice for small urban gardens.

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Do Up The Doorsteps: The Birds G23D By Dusil Design and Landscape

Inspired by the Alfred Hitchcock movie “The Birds”, this garden displays a number of bird related metal art pieces. How many can you see in our garden?

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Do Up The Doorsteps: Unless G23E By Willow Design Group

“Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” — Dr. Seuss.

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Summer Hideout G24 By Landscape by Evergreen Ltd.

For over 30 years, Landscape by Evergreen has been committed to quality workmanship and fine detailing.

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Haven On Earth G25 By Terraform Contracting

With all the pressures of urban living in the Greater Toronto Area we’ve created, Haven on earth.  Now, more than ever outdoor spaces need to be more than just a place to connect with friends and family.

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The Green Metal Garden G36 By Jacobs Gardenscape

The same group of plants love to grow together

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Access to Nature G38 By Adam Bienenstock, Bienenstock Natural Playgrounds

Every year our urban satyrs become more sterilized as we pave paradise to make way for new families and businesses moving to the city. Natural playground like this acts as an ecological stop over for migrating birds and insects and as a place where kids will develop their…

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Celine’s Garden G39 By Bancheri Bros

Families gathering together to spend quality time together in functional outdoor spaces made up of integrated, versatile components that inspire this garden.

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Gardening Made Simple G7 By Vegepod

An easy to manage contained raised gardening bed is perfect for the home. Control your growth and veggie quality in a separate environment away from the ground and away from the pests.

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Botanical Bar G15 By Toronto Botanical Garden

This urban garden is intoxicating – full of natural beauty, country charm and wild elixirs that will raise your spirits and feed your soul. Discover how to infuse your urban space with plants that will increase your well-being and make a positive impact on the planet.

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Hall Tree Spading G18 By Hall Tree Spading

When it comes to understanding your needs for privacy, shade or that instant enhancement and value to your property, let our experts show you how to achieve the results you are looking for.

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Royal Ontario Museum G20C By Royal Ontario Museum

Founded in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum showcases art, culture and nature from around the world and across the ages.

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Ontario Horticultural Association G27 By Ontario Horticultural Association

The Ontario Horticultural Association (OHA) is a volunteer charitable organization that encourages interest in gardening and related environmental issues with horticultural societies and like-minded organizations by providing leadership and education.

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Master Gardeners of Ontario G8 & G35 By Master Gardeners of Ontario

Master Gardeners of Ontario Inc. is an independent non-profit charitable organization dedicated to helping home gardeners.

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Thunderbird – Dry Stone Wall G41 By Lounge At CB

The Thunderbird was created Nanabozho, a spirit in Anishinaabe creation storytelling – to fight underwater creatures and to protect humans against evil spirits.  They arrived in the spring and headed south in the fall.  As ‘spirits of the sky realm,’ thunderbirds were believed to be links between the…

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Canada Blooms Marketplace Halls B/G/H/F By Various Vendors

Everything you need to start your gardening season off right.

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