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How To Care for Seasonal Favourites with Mark & Ben Cullen

Whether you receive some plants this season as gifts or you purchase them to dress up your abode, now is the time to consider how to extend their life to maximize the pleasure that you get from them. Poinsettia The poinsettia is one of the few plants that will provide reliable colour through the winter. 

Canada Blooms Volunteer Appreciation

Canada Blooms Thanks Volunteers

The Canada Blooms Volunteer Appreciation Event took place at The Toronto Botanical Garden in late September. We would like to thank all the volunteers who were able to join us, and those who were unable to come out, for all the hard work and dedication that they have shown Canada Blooms over the years.

Jennifer Harvey

Florist Serves Her Industry

Sixteen years into her career, Jennifer Harvey loves doing freelance event work one day, and on the next, either helping a shop customer choose just the right sympathy arrangement or demonstrating a technique to a crowd.That desire to enjoy and share all her job has to offer makes her an enthusiastic champion for the floral and horticultural industries.

Canada Blooms Magazine

Canada Blooms 25th Anniversary Magazine

COME TAKE A WALK WITH US DOWN MEMORY LANE 2021 would have been our 25th festival, and we thought that maybe you might like to take a look back at Canada Blooms with us. We have chosen a highlight from each year, perhaps you remember them as well. There are also a few gardening tips

Aurora Borealis Rose from Vineland

Canada Blooms Names Plant of the Year 2021 – Aurora Borealis™ Rose

Canada Blooms is excited to announce the Canada Blooms Plant of the Year for 2021 is the Aurora Borealis™ rose  from Vineland Research and Innovation Centre’s 49th Parallel Collection. The bright dancing lights of the aurora are captured in the blooming clusters of this dramatic sunset pink rose set against dark green and glossy foliage. This low-maintenance rose measures


Toronto Zoo’s COVID-19 Story

The Toronto Zoo remains a top destination for both plant and animal lovers, with an expansive plant collection that can be currently seen both in all the indoor tropical pavilions and outdoors along the over 10 km of walking trails. Here at your Toronto Zoo we are committed to connecting people, animals and conservation science to fight extinction. 

Mark's Choice Title Sponsor of Canada Blooms

Mark’s Choice Named Title Sponsor of Canada Blooms

Canadian gardening gurus Mark and Ben Cullen lend their brand to the country’s largest garden and floral festival They have been involved with Canada Blooms since it was started some 23 years ago; now, they are attaching their brand to the marquee. Canadian gardening gurus Mark and Ben Cullen have reached a five-year agreement to

Toronto Flower Show International Exhibits

Life Is A Celebration Worthy of Flowers

Flowers are used to celebrate every occasion. Whether it is a birthday, wedding, or a special holiday, flowers show loved ones we care, and help celebrate life’s important milestones. During Canada Bloom’s 20th anniversary, the festival will showcase that ‘Life is a Celebration,’ and flowers are there every step of the way to help celebrate.

J Garfield Thompson Garden at Canada Blooms

Canada Blooms Feature Garden Awards Winners

On March 12, The Home Show and Canada Blooms made the decision to cancel the Home Show and the Canada Blooms Festival, held at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, due to public health concerns over the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Each year, Canada Blooms garden builders show not only their craftsmanship but also creativity

What is Canada Blooms?

Canada Blooms is an annual world-class festival that connects people to the joys and benefits of nature through experiences with gardens and flowers, by promoting, educating, inspiring and celebrating all aspects of horticulture....


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