The Toronto Flower Market will be open from 10 am to 3 pm on 6 October and 20 October. Anyone interested in local flowers can attend the event by making their way to the parking space in front of CAMH on Queen Street West where you will find Ontario grown flowers and plants in full bloom.
The Toronto Flower Market was established to celebrate and support local growers and florists in the city. One of the primary goals is to raise awareness of the wide variety of flowers and plants that are grown in and around Ontario in greenhouses and in fields. Now in its sixth year, the Toronto Flower Market has helped to establish and cultivate the local flower community. The founder of the event, Natasa Kajganic, was inspired after visiting London’s Columbia Road and wanted to transfer the vision of bursting stalls with fresh blooms in a public space in Toronto.
The 2018 vendors include everything from a small, family-run lavender farm to wedding florists to florists specializing in quality orchids, cacti and more. There are 30 vendors at this year’s market and the market dates, which were held between May and October, have been expanded from six to nine this year.
Whether you are a floral enthusiast or not, the Toronto Flower Market promises to be a great day out. Experience live music while you sip on a smoothie and browse through the arts and craft stalls. While flowers are the main attraction, there are many other things to see and enjoy at the market. The flower vendors have become increasingly creative in their displays as they continue to learn what consumers like and want.
After spending a few hours at the Toronto Flower Market, you are bound to be hungry and ready for a meal that hits the spot. Church’s Chicken offers the best fried chicken in Toronto. We marinate our chicken overnight in an original recipe of spices and each piece of chicken gets hand-breaded by our passionate team members. Check out our menu and pop in at any of our locations in Ontario.