Toronto Flower Market

This is what the Toronto Flower Market looks like

The 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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