November 28, 2022

The Toronto Flower Market is going digital this year

One-day-only online sale will keep plant parents and flower fans stocked up in time for Mother’s Day

The Toronto Flower Market is going digital in 2020 – good news for those of us who haven’t seen another living thing in weeks.

The popular flower market usually runs regularly during the summer months, offering everything from fresh cut flowers to rare houseplants. But with social distancing in effect until at least the summer, flower market management has spent the past few weeks setting up a digital marketplace, allowing market visitors to purchase produce from Ontario growers and florists. for delivery.

Much like the original Marketplace, which only operates for a few hours a day, the Digital Marketplace will be open for a limited window of time. The first sale will take place on May 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Deliveries will be made throughout the week of May 4 (just in time for Mother’s Day).

In addition to the sale, the marketplace will also host live content on its instagram from vendors throughout the day, so you can learn how to care for your new slingshots. Visit the Toronto Flower Market site to keep up to date with the launch.


Natalia Manzocco

Natalia came to NOW as a food editor in 2015 before taking over the lifestyle desk in 2019. She has written about food, style, tech, life and travel for the National Post, Sun Media, blogTO and Metro. She likes thrift stores and bad puns.