A strong economy, good weather and healthy consumer spending on events and parties led to a positive December holiday season for florists. Sixty percent of retailers responding
There is a very unique language, the language of flowers.
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A successful husband-and-wife partnership has seen the charming shop continue
The major players in the flower world are thinking about Valentine's Day long before consumers are. Here’s how the world’s
The endangered orchids of Stuartburn continue to be a source of struggle for many local farmers but the Provincial Government remains unwavering in their ruling.
Who doesn’t love receiving flowers? We’ve found a whole range of striking bouquets that are perfect for making your special someone feel adored come Valentine’s Day.
Rest assured, every bunch listed here has passed our stringent quality checks. Some brands are established favourites that we’ve been buying from personally for years.
Everybody knows name of Bloomex company, one of the largest Canadian florists. They work in this market for many years and therefore perfectly know their customers' needs and complaints.
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The outsized flowers are colchicums, the small ones fall-flowering crocuses. Both bloom in late summer and early autumn, the exact time depending on the season and the variety. Q. In past years early in the fall, I’ve noticed crocus-like flowers blooming in a few gardens. Some have small blooms, much like the usual early spring crocuses. Others have huge crocus-like flowers.
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Ottawa—Bloomex is returning as a sponsor of the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure on Sunday, October 6, 2019. This year’s run will be held at 57 sites across Canada.
Poppy Parsons (Photo by Tara Funk, Random Eyesight Studio) One
Looking for late summer colours?
While coneflowers and rudbeckias get a lot of attention in the late summer garden, there are so many wonderful trees, shrubs, perennials, and grasses that deserve recognition. Some offer blooms, but others have unique berries, foliage, forms, or even seedheads.
This floral design appeared at a recent outdoor party at the home of our Editor-in-Chief Margot Shaw. The gold finish of the compote vase inspired the choice of golden mustard roses. When layered with greens and soft whites, the color palette is perfect for the time between summer and fall.