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Canada Blooms – It’s A Party!



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Harrowsmith Readers will receive discounted ticket prices by visiting the Canada Blooms site HERE and entering the Promotion Code “Harrow.”

Help us celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Canada’s largest flower and garden festival. As a proud sponsor of Canada Blooms we’re pleased to offer a special discount to our Harrowsmith community of readers. Be sure to check us out at the show from March 11 – 20, where you can drop by the Harrowsmith Learning Stage where our experts will share their secrets on creating great vegetable and flower gardens!

Tickets also provide entrance into the National Home Show. Canada Blooms runs from March 11 – 20, 2016 at Toronto’s Enercare Centre

 

About Canada Blooms

Canada Blooms was founded in 1996 by the Garden Club of Toronto and Landscape Ontario. Today, it is the largest flower and garden festival in the country, celebrating the very best in Canadian gardening and floral design!

Canada Blooms was incorporated in 1997 as Canada Blooms Horticultural Society, a not-for-profit organization. Our mission is to create a yearly international flower and garden festival which enhances and promotes the awareness of horticulture by featuring the best designs, products and services of amateur and professional participants. Proceeds from Canada Blooms are used to support community projects that promote horticulture and nurture and enhance our landscapes.

The first Canada Blooms was held in 1997, with attendance exceeding 70,000 visitors in 5 days – a record for a first-time show! This proved that Canadian gardeners were ready to support a world-class flower and garden festival. In 1998, Canada Blooms moved to the new Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building, and attendance grew. In 2010 Canada Blooms moved to the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place and enjoyed a huge crowd of over 90,000 people – a clear indication of the huge number of Canadians with green thumbs! Today, the nation’s largest show of its kind see over 200,000 visitors pass through its garden gates.

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