1. Ball and Wedge by Bruno Duarte
Fresh Florals Creations
Inspiration is around us at all times, even in the simplest of ways.
We just need to open ourselves to it.
- Bruno Duarte
6. Rosemary Little Jeffares of Quince Flowers called her floral creation Paper Cup Tower For a Spring Tea Party which was inspired by the colours of the Meissen Tea and Coffee Service above.
Fiori Floral Design called her Floral creation Optimism which was inspired by an English porcelain vase with yellow, white, brown and gold colours depicting a Pastoral scene.
Yellow being a symbol of enlightenment, happiness and promise of a positive future.
- Lidia Tacconelli
EarthWork Floral Design created these Floral Arrangements located in the Rotunda surrounded by the display of Harlequin ceramic statues.
Ecostems, proudly calls itself Toronto's only environmentally and socially sustainable Flower Shop created this floral masterpiece. This piece was inspired by the White Ceramic nest (above) created by Cheryl Ann Thomas. As you can see from the photo above, the nest was filled with hydrangeas and freesias.
Joseph's Flower Shop sell all of these flowers and floral arrangements grown locally and organically from Toronto. In this piece, he used hydrangeas, freesias, orchids, branches, dead wood, barks and vines. Only when broken apart that we see its true beauty.
Joseph Delarge described this piece and Spring in Toronto the best:
Gatherings of spring flowers that represent the colourful eggs of spring
that can be found in the nests of wild birds all over Toronto this time of year.
Thank you for joining me on this Floral Spring Tour in our City of Toronto.
Here in North America, we are celebrating Mother's Day this weekend!
Happy Mother's Day to all the dearest Mums!