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This is what the Toronto Flower Market looks like

Posted by Liora Ipsum / June 11, 2013

Toronto Flower MarketThe Toronto Flower Market returned to 99 Sudbury for its second installment over the weekend changing the streetscape along Sudbury St. from grey to green. The floral-focused open air market is the first of its kind in the city, offering a rare chance purchase cut and potted flowers direct from the greenhouses while supporting and getting to know local Ontario growers.

Check out this slideshow for a visual overview of the Toronto Flower Market.

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Kelly / July 22, 2013 at 06:00 pm
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It's a shame promoters don't do more to advertise in the communities they are throwing events in. Not the first time something interesting has happened at 99 Sudbury only to find out about it days after the fact.
Cathy Lee / August 1, 2013 at 06:02 pm
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There is no contact phone # or website question site. Is there parking near 99 Sudbury...how can we get there via ttc. August 10 is coming up...I hope someone can provide the info....many thanks...
Meg / June 23, 2014 at 08:21 am
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http://torontoflowermarket.ca/
Trevor Wright / October 12, 2014 at 09:08 am
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Bought from this market a couple of times. Flowers died next day on both occasions. I complained on second visit and was told "all flowers are fresh and they should last longer" no discount or even I am sorry, just a crappy excuse. I bought another bunch and had in water within half an hour. More that half of flowers died the next day and all the day after. Not worth it, I buy a lot of flowers, I will just have to drive to Davenport and Avenue road flower markets.

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