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The top 25 flower shops in Toronto by neighbourhood

Flower shops and specialized florists have sprouted in almost every neighbourhood in Toronto, offering an artistic edge and expert know-how as an alternative to buckets of blooms at your closest grocery store. Whether your need a quick pick-me-up, a little something to help get out of the dog house, or are planning an event and need to decorate, these flower stores are just the ticket.

Here are my picks for the top flower shops in Toronto by neighbourhood.

Housed in a vibrant green building on Dupont, the Rose Emporium, as its name suggests, specializes in roses. Find Toronto's best selection of colours and varieties ready to be arranged for any occasion.

The Flower Room is a friendly neighbourhood florist found on Annette where walk-ins can purchase posies while event planners and decorators can peruse a portfolio of bouquets, boutonnieres, table settings, wreaths and urns.

Ellyn Lilly stocks ready made arrangements for last-minute gifting, as well as custom bouquets for special moments.

Budget friendly bouquets can be arranged by the friendly staff at Bloor Village Flowers, a neighbourhood stalwart for over 20 years.

Ladybug in The Village is stocked with fresh blooms brought in from local farmers and growers in Europe and South America. They employ their own drivers (rather than outsource delivery), so rest assured that bouquets and table arrangements will arrive looking their best.

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Eco Stems is a florist that prides itself on being an environmentally, and socially sustainable studio, meaning everything in the shop that has been sourced is local, organic, or fair trade.

Over half a century in business, San Remo Florist can happily accommodate everyday occasions, as well as, design for bridal and corporate events

Flox on Danforth is a rainbow wonderland of fresh cut stems, succulents and potted plants. Friendly staff will pull together bouquets on the fly or make themselves available for consults to plan custom orders.

Further east on The Danforth find NaNa, a charming little flower studio specializing in sculptural Ikebana arrangements. Aside from Japanese styled blooms, find everyday bouquets bursting with colour and delicately wrapped in crepe paper.

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Enlist the creativity of Sweet Woodruff to deliver stunning contemporary floral design for any occasion. Whether shopping for hand-tied bouquets, table arrangements, or outfitting a bridal party with corsages and boutonnieres .

Two branches of Pistil can be found in the path, where the subterranean flower studio caters to corporate clients and the rush hour crowd heading home with a little something extra for their honey, or a centerpiece for the dinner table.

Martin's Flowers has been rooted in The Junction since 1899, sprouting a reputation as one of Toronto's longest lasting purveyors of top quality blooms.

Wilbe Bloomin has been a staple in The Market for a decade, brightening the streetscapes with buckets of fresh flowers in the summer months. Pre-made bouquets, orchids and potted petals are ready for grab and go, while custom orders are always welcome.

Classic arrangements and beautiful bouquets incorporating seasonal blooms like tulips, lilies and hydrangeas are in abundance at King West Flowers.

Florabunda well suits the neighbourhood as a charming independant, mom and pop flower shop. The flower market is among the more affordable on this list making it a local favourite for satisfying that weekly flower fix, or picking up a last minute gift.

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Jackie O is a chic little flower shop in Liberty Village where glamorous arrangements are sure to make a big impression. Splash out here if your event budget allows, or just treat your sweetie (or yourself) once in a while with vibrant everyday bouquets.

Botany Floral Studio offers wild, just-picked looking bouquets and stylish sprigs in unique vintage vessels.

Periwinkle Flowers on Mount Pleasant south of Eglinton stocks a vibrant assortment of seasonal blooms and cut flowers that will work with any budget.

Coriander Girl Toronto

Coriander Girl is a destination for beautiful flowers. The owner works closely with clients to design one-of-a-kind custom arrangements in vintage vases.

Spruce up your home with soft-hued blooms or surprise your honey with a lush hand-tied bouquets featuring beautiful and exotic flowers from Quince.

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There's a lot to love about Sweetpea's, the eco-friendly floral studio on Roncesvalles. Not only does it fashion beautiful arrangements for any occasion, but it's a one-stop shop for giftwares and greeting cards too.

Bunches of blooms and French chocolates are the focus at The Chocolate Tulip - a one-stop source for wooing, celebrating or sympathizing.

Fiori is a boutique florist with sophisticated taste and an eye for elegant designs. Their collections of seasonal bouquets are beautiful, even Martha-esque.

Spontaneous romantics can count on Poppies for hand-tied bouquets designed with a modern sensibility.

Yang's Flower Market stands out in the Av and Dav neighbourhood that's lush with flower markets because of its vast assortment of fresh, budget-friendly blossoms.

What did I miss? Disagree with my selections in the comments.

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