The Local Flower Collective

florists

 

florists.

The florist of the collective are both retail and event florists. Most are Toronto-based but some come in from out of the city for the unique, quality product that is brought to the collective. Buying through the collective allows these florist to offer a wider more unique range of product to their clients. These florists believe strongly in buying locally, ethically grown blooms and know that local doesn’t mean boring. They know there is something so satisfying, working with flowers that were grown with care from someone that you know.

 
 
Photograph:  Lauren Kolyn

Photograph: Lauren Kolyn

Photograph:  Jenn & Dave Stark

Photograph: Jenn & Dave Stark

 
Photograph:  Rebecca Wood

Photograph: Rebecca Wood

Alex cole : Patchouli  

patchoulidesign.com

 
 
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Becky De Oliviera : Blush and Bloom

blushandbloom.ca

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annie Tran : may Flowers

www.mayflowers.ca

 
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Jordana Masi : White Oak Flower Co.

whiteoakflower.co

 
 
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Joanne Winkelaar : Willem & Jools 

willemandjools.com

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Michael Leach : DYNASTY

dynastytoronto.com

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Rossana Tudo : Ro's Buds

 

other members include; Hayley O’Bryne : Carmel Floral, Alexa James : MOswen,  Jamie Hengartner : Rylea Bloom, Kirsten Katinas : Roots & Wildflowers, Lauren : WILDHOOD & Cara Said