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300 Mystery Lake Rd, Thompson, MB R8N 0M2 Get directions
300 Mystery Lake, Thompson, MB R8N 0M2 Get directions
29 Selkirk Ave, Thompson, MB R8N 0M5 Get directions

Anything Grows is a family owned and operated floral and gift boutique, serving Thompson and surrounding areas. We are committed to offering the finest floral arrangements and gift...

It's the part of Gold and the end of Rainbow in Manitoba.

9601 Franklin Ave, Fort McMurray, AB T9H 2J8 Get directions
4-122 Millennium Dr, Fort McMurray, AB T9K 2S8 Get directions

Welcoming, relaxing, friendly, aromatic and delicious chocolate goodies and great unique gift ideas! We pride ourselves in keeping our customers here in Ft McMurray and all around ...

2995 2nd Ave W, Prince Albert, SK S6V 5V5 Get directions
506 Main St, Melfort, SK S0E 1A0 Get directions

Daisies Dreams and Decor is exactly as the name says – a floral, gift, and home decor store. It is truly a dream come true to be able to bring a new business into the wonderful com...

10306 100 St, La Crete, AB T0H 2H0 Get directions

TG's Flowers & Crafts proudly serves the La Crete area. We are family owned and operated. We are committed to offering only the finest floral arrangements and gifts, backed by serv...

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Florist Retail in Canada

Surprising a loved one on a Friday afternoon, showing your love and affection for someone dear to your heart, expressing your condolences – these are reasons to search for the ideal bouquet at resourceful florist shops. Faced with the world’s flora (not to mention the wide variety of bouquet styles), finding the ideal floral shop can feel more like a thorn in your side than an enjoyable experience.


Tips on how to find a florist retailer in Canada

  • Referrals: Receiving and sending flowers is a personal and sometimes intimate experience. Your best referrals will come from your close friends and family members. They’ll be able to tell you where they buy flowers and the flower delivery options they go with. Talk to the green thumb enthusiast in your inner circle – chances are they have a good rapport with the local florist shop.
  • Get to know the florist: It’s the florist’s job to recommend the best bouquet, the appropriate colours for an occasion or the type of flowers a delicate situation requires when you shop for flowers. Visit your local florist shop in Canada and get to know the florist before an occasion arises when you may need their services. Get to know their policies, their stock, their most popular arrangements and their flower delivery options. Your first impression of the floral shop (look at how the flowers are displayed and taken care of) will be your best asset in your search – if you are not satisfied at first glance, move on.
  • Portfolio:  When you talk to the florist, ask to see their portfolio. If you see something you like, chances are you found your ideal florist retailer. The florist’s past work should be recent and accompanied with customer comments – some florist’s will even refer you to their best customers.
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