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Go “Wild” at Canada Blooms

February 10, 2014  By Canadian Garden Centre & Nursery

Feb. 11, 2014, Toronto — Celebrate the scents, sights and sounds of
spring with "Wild," the theme of the 18th annual Canada Blooms flower
and garden festival.

From March 14 to 23, "Wild" will inspire designers and builders to
create exciting and innovative pieces that will trigger the imaginations
of garden enthusiasts and encourage them to embrace a new appreciation
of spring that will enhance their senses.

“Spring evokes
unforgettable feelings of rebirth and renewal that can inspire the
gardener in us all,” said Colomba Fuller of Canada Blooms. “Our floral
and garden designers will go 'Wild' this year to create acres of fantasy
gardens that will capture the imagination.”


One highlight of the
2014 Canada Blooms show will be the feature gardens, showcasing how
floral superstars interpret the "Wild" theme with a stunning showcase of
vibrant colours, alluring fragrances and captivating designs that will
overtake the senses.

The "Wild" flair will also be evident on the
floral runway, designed and built by 10 professional floral designers.
From day to day this display will change and bloom. As the flowers wilt,
they will be refreshed to keep them beautiful during the entire

The Toronto Flower Show will also give amateur floral
arrangers and garden club members a chance to showcase their talents and
show off their green thumbs. The four categories – horticulture special
exhibits, floral design, photography and youth – mean there is
something for anyone who is interested.

Last year Canada Blooms
and the National Home Show welcomed more than 200,000 guests, making the
co-located shows the largest home and garden event in North America and
the largest consumer event in Canada.

Tickets for Canada Blooms are available at The show runs March 14 to 23 at the Direct Energy Centre in Toronto.

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