Flower shops in Toronto aren’t exactly hard to find, but if you’re looking for an arrangement that’s a little more creative and unique, there are several that go above and beyond.
Here are 10 of the best flower shops in Toronto:
This Queen West treasure works with blooms that are in season, and their florists really have an eye for creating gorgeous and original arrangements often using unusual flowers and plants within. Bouquets start upwards of $60, and you can choose a theme inspiration on their site, or leave it up to the designer.
Where: 1094 Queen St W, Toronto
This flower shop in Roncesvalles offers eco-friendly flower arrangements and bouquets, along with a charming selection of gifts and greeting cards. Sweetpea’s specializes in bespoke, rustic designs for something different to a traditional bouquet.
Where: 163 Sterling Rd,Toronto
3. Euclid Farms
Euclid Farms is also a small-scale urban flower farm in the city, as well as a florist and flower shop on West Queen West. Priding themselves on chemical-free arrangements and bouquets, most of what’s sold in the shop during the summer is grown in their gardens on Euclid Avenue. It’s also a great destination for dried flowers.
Where: 913 Queen St W, Toronto
This Bloor West Village shop has been a neighbourhood stalwart for over 20 years, and is a great destination if you’re on a budget. You’ll find endless buckets of fresh blooms and tropical plants when you step through the doors, or you can opt for delivery within the GTA with a minimum spend of $50.
Where: 2208 Bloor St W, Toronto
5. Thyme Studio
If you’re looking for unconventional, off-beat arrangements using seasonal flowers, look no further than Thyme Studio on Queen St East. Here you’ll find grab-and-go bouquets, customizable arrangements, and their signature Floret Boxes if you’re looking to get creative.
Where: 779 Queen St E, Toronto
Located at Avenue Road and Davenport, Yang’s Flower Market is perfect for budget-conscious shoppers with a wide variety to choose from. You’ll find every colour you can imagine in their rows of freshly-cut flower buckets inside, or can grab a pre-made bouquet if you’re in a hurry.
Where: 132 Avenue Rd, Toronto
Located in Kensington Market, this eclectic flower shop suits the vibrant artsy neighbourhood, with a wide variety of plants, succulents, and fresh flowers to choose from. In the summer months, they line the sidewalks with buckets of fresh flowers. You can order flowers for delivery or pick-up, and if you’re in a hurry, they always have an assortment of grab-and-go bouquets to purchase at the store.
Where: 160 Baldwin St #9, Toronto
Hunt and Gather is a little flower shop tucked away in High Park, known for their bohemian, whimsical arrangements. If you’re a fan of deconstructed-looking bouquets, this is the shop for you. Be sure to check out their apothecary, ceramic, and home goods selection as well.
Where: 1232 Dupont St, Toronto
9. May Flowers
Gorgeous, bespoke bouquets and arrangements are the name of the game at May Flowers, selling florals from fair trade and locally grown farms, plants, botanicals, home decor, gifts, and more. You can also pick up a coffee while you browse the blooms at the cafe within.
Where: 1020 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
From hand-tied bouquets to dainty vase floral arrangements, Wild North Flowers is known for their attention to detail, pairing textures and colours together to create a truly special arrangement. Sourcing flowers from local Ontario farms, all of their bouquets use at least 6 varieties of flowers.
Where: 135 Tecumseth St. #6, Toronto