Spring to come early to Toronto

February 9, 2017 by  

The country’s largest festival of all things horticulture will once again be bringing a breath of spring to a Toronto winter.

The theme for this year’s exhibition will be “Oh! Canada, Canada Blooms”, and it will have acres of indoor display gardens to browse through. A wide variety of exhibitors will be constructing their entries using live flowers and plants, landscaping materials, outdoor furniture and more, with many of them having representatives on hand to answer questions from the public. There will also be presentations, workshops and other activities where visitors can learn how to have the garden of their dreams. Customized presentation folders can be used by the exhibitors to provide more information about their products and services to anyone who asks for more information.

Floral arranging and botanical art will also be showcased, as will Ontario-grown trees, plants and more. People can vote for their favorite flower and garden displays, and those who do can win a trip to Victoria where they will be treated to tea at Buchart Gardens.

Canada Blooms, which will be co-located with the National Home Show, will run from March 10th until March 19th in the Enercare Centre. Tickets for adults are $20.00 each, while those for seniors are $17.00 and student tickets are $16.00. Children under 12 will be admitted free of charge. He passes are good for entry into both events.

Those who wish to find out more are invited to visit the expo’s website.