Canadian Flowers Week is an annual advocacy, education and awareness campaign that celebrates Canadian grown flowers. Throughout the week, we will engage the floral industry, the public, policymakers and the media, in a conversation about the origins of our flowers.
We believe that local flowers are just as important as local food. They bring seasonality into our lives, making us realize when the best time of year is for sweet peas, just like we know when it's the best time to eat tomatoes. The public is becoming more engaged, and is keen on finding out where, when and how their flowers are being grown.
Our goal, with the help of local flower communities across our country, is to build on that mindful momentum by forming bonds between farms, florists and consumers. Together, we can develop long lasting social impact which in turn will benefit local economics and bring Canadians the best quality flowers for years to come.
Natasa kajganic, Toronto flower market
Founder of the Toronto Flower Market, who's aim has been to bring focus to the local flower industry through inspiring public floral experiences.
Jessica PAYNE, A fine medley
A Fine Medley is a botanical art and design studio in Hamilton who strives to work 100% locally through the Ontario Growing season.
Sue kuruvilla & Caroline shaheed, PR
Born and bred flower fans who work to connect the public with all things Canadian Flowers Week and to help the media unearth the stories.
Sas long, FloraLora flowers
A cut flower farm that grows interesting & unusual varieties of flowers & foliage using only organic & sustainable growing methods.
Joanne Feddes, La Primavera Farms
With experience in dairy, poultry and flowers, La Primavera brings a variety of experience and wisdom to their work - and to your table.
debra prinzing, slow flowers
A writer, speaker, outdoor living expert and advocate for American flower farming.
The ASCFG educates, unites, and supports commercial cut flower growers.
The EFAO supports & promotes a vibrant community of ecological farmers through education, training, farmer-led research & knowledge sharing.