Friday, April 26, 2013

#Toronto Flower Market

Natasa Kagianic is starting an open air market and cafe which will help support Flowers Canada and pickOntario by selling fresh, locally grown flowers. The market will be opening for the first time on Saturday, May 11 from 10am to 3pm at 99 Sudbury Street. Beautiful bedding, potted flowers and fresh cut flowers direct from Ontario greenhouses will fill the market space every other Saturday from May to September. It's time to enjoy some of the products from some of the over 200 Ontario greenhouses growing over 200 varieties of flowers and plants.
“I am thrilled to introduce a dedicated flower market in Toronto that will both serve consumers and support our local flower farmers,” said Natasa Kajganic, founder of the  “We wanted to create a beautiful and plentiful market where guests can purchase fresh, affordable flowers and learn about the variety of locally grown options. In our urban core, it’s so rare to be able to speak with the men and women cultivating the flowers and plants we purchase, so this market will help facilitate these relationships in a really special environment.”
The market is open on  May 11, June 9, July 13, August 10 and September 14, 2013 and feature local vendors like Dodd's Greenhouses and Dutch Mill Gardens. Until it opens you can see some flowers at Allan Gardens Park.

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