Even if your green thumb needs a little work (no judgment here), there is no denying the beauty of breathtaking blooms. They instantly brighten up your space, put you in a better mood and make the perf gift for any occasion (especially on Valentine’s Day—so romantic amiright?).
Between the sweet succulents to rustic ranunculus wrapped up in burlap bouquets, we are living for these chic arrangements popping up all over our feeds. So whether you’re treating your Valentine to some swoon-worthy stems, adding some greenery to spruce up a cozy apartment or gifting your BFF with spring blossoms for her b-day, these are the best florists across Canada to find the prettiest blooms.
Best Florists in Vancouver
Granville Island Florist
Find it: 3050 Granville St., gifvancouver.com
The atmosphere: This luxe flower shop has been decorating Vancouver’s chicest hotels, weddings and boutiques for more than 25 years. Starting off as a charming booth at the Granville Island Public Market to opening up their flagship store, these industry veterans have mastered the craft of floral design.
Prices: $50 to $5,000 for bouquets and arrangements (average about $100 to $200), from simple to OTT.
Standout blooms: For Valentine’s Day, you can’t go wrong with lush peonies or classic roses in either grand bouquets or more botanical, natural arrangements, depending on your SO’s style.
Blossom & Vine Floral Co.
Find it: 156 E 11th Ave., blossomandvinefloralco.com
The atmosphere: Located in the historic Mount Pleasant district, this old-fashioned shop is just begging to be snapped. From the forest green brick storefront to the calligraphy chalkboard “Blossom & Vine” sign behind the front desk and the breathtaking blooms around the store, this sweet spot will be your new go-to.
Prices: $25 to $75 bouquets, $50 to $300 for arrangements
Standout blooms: The Valentine’s Collection, a gorgeous pastel pink arrangement that exudes romance, from the roses to the ranunculus.
Find it: 1930 Arbutus St., celsiaflorist.com
The atmosphere: This quaint flower shop in Kitsilano calls a centuries-old heritage building home (the arched entryway is oh so cute). These floral enthusiasts specialize in European-inspired arrangements, finding the perfect balance between vintage and modern blooms.
Prices: $50 to $75 for stems, $100 to $405 for arrangements, $45 to $100 for plants
Standout blooms: The Signature Dozen, a versatile, customizable bouquet fit for any occasion. Choose between jewel tones, pastels, bright hues or white and green for the foliage, accent blooms and roses.
Garden Party Flowers
Find it: 415 Industrial Ave., gardenpartyflowers.ca
The atmosphere: This spacious, colourful store truly lets the flowers do all of the talking. From the grey marble floors to the sleek white walls and pops of yellow from the light fixtures, all of your attention will be on the pretty petals and statement vases decorating the space.
Prices: $60 to $149+ for bouquets, $65 to $225+ for arrangements, $35 to $125 for terrariums, $60 to $249 for orchids
Standout blooms: 99 Ivory Roses, for an OTT romantic gesture that your SO will be talking about for years to come. Fair warning: you might not be able to top this next year.
The Flower Factory
Find it: 4285 Main St, flowerfactory.ca
The atmosphere: As soon as you step inside this friendly, female-run flower shop, you’ll immediately enter this lush botanical paradise. Every inch of the airy shop is covered in a rainbow of blooms (as it should be) that will immeds make you forget about the frigid temps outside.
Prices: $25 to $300+ for bouquets and arrangements, $30 to $250 for plants
Standout blooms: Any of their mixed roses bouquets for an unexpected, yet romantic selection of in-season blooms like hyacinths, tulips, ranunculus and stock.
Best Florists in Calgary
Small Flower Floral Studio
Find it: 924 17 Ave. SW, smallflower.ca
The atmosphere: The floral studio’s name is inspired by owner Elli Jespersen’s appreciation for the little things in life, like breathtaking blooms. This ethos is implemented in every aspect of her family-run biz, like the mindful mantras hanging on the walls and her attention to detail for every bloom, stem and bud.
Prices: $40 to $200 for cut flowers, $75 to $350 for arrangements, $11 to $35 for plants, $85 to $115 for orchids
Standout blooms: Mason Jar of Flower Love, a v. Instagram-worthy arrangement (the blooms come in a mason jar, so our millennial hearts are full) with pale pink roses, fresh foliage and dyed wooden branches.
Amborella Floral Studio
Find it: 2515 90 Ave. SW, amborella.ca
The atmosphere: We are totally loving the cozy, personalized feel of this adorable flower shop. With vintage furniture, stunning branches climbing the walls and tons of picture frames, potted plants and other décor, you’ll be tempted not to fill your apartment with literally everything in this shop.
Prices: $30 to $200 for bouquets, $40 to $200 for arrangements, $40 to $80 for terrariums
Standout blooms: Any one of their burlap bouquets, bursting with breathtaking blooms, for a rustic-meets-chic touch to your Insta feed, living room or office space.
Fleurish Flower Shop
Find it: 6449 Crowchild Trail SW #8, 3 Parkdale Cres. NW, fleurishflowershop.ca
The atmosphere: With two locations in CowTown (Lakeview and Parkdale), this floral biz is a one-stop-shop for all of your floral needs, whether it’s a pre-cut bouquet, potted plant or original creation designed just for you.
Prices: $35 to $150 for bouquets and arrangements, $30 to $110 for plants
Standout blooms: Bright & Colourful Hand Tied Bouquet, which uses a selection of seasonal flowers in bold hues, if you’re looking to brighten up your space or your mood to combat the winter blues.
Best Florists in Edmonton
Find it: 2476 8882 170 St., West Edmonton Mall, fleursflowers.com
The atmosphere: This luxe floral design studio in West Edmonton Mall can not only hook you up with a stunning arrangement for your big day, but they will totally *deliver* when it comes to blooms for your bae on V-Day. Plus, they have the most jaw-dropping fashion displays in the shop made entirely out of flowers.
Prices: $30 to $295 for bouquets, $50 to $295 for arrangements, $95 to $175 for hat boxes
Standout blooms: Enchanted Rose, which is giving us maj Beauty and the Beast vibes and we are living for it. Think, a single rose enclosed in a glass case, which lasts up to a year without water.
Laurel’s on Whyte
Find it: 8210 104 St. NW, laurelsonwhyte.com
The atmosphere: The blooms at this popular flower shop have graced the cover of bridal magazines and added fresh touches to offices and apartments across the city. The shop is packed with hanging plants, orchids and other bits and bobs (think, candles, cards and vases), so stopping by in person is a must.
Prices: $35 to $250 for bouquets, $45 to $250 for arrangements, $30 to $75 for plants
Standout blooms: A Dozen Red Roses. Is there anything that screams romance more than that? Spoiler alert: heck no. This simple, elegant arrangement makes a big statement in the love department. Le sigh.
Find it: 14225 23 Ave. NW, swishflowers.com
The atmosphere: With three separate shops across the province, this entrepreneurial flower business was started by flora enthusiast Sheryl Asp for Albertans looking for top-notch, multi-dimensional arrangements and bouquets for every occasion.
Prices: Starting at $75 to $125 for bouquets and arrangements, $24 to $150 for plants
Standout blooms: Any arrangement in their beautiful glass fish bowl, which highlights just the heads of the flowers, like spring tulips and hyacinths.
Workshops: Yes, but only private ones (minimum of 6 people)
Best Florists in Saskatoon
Find it: 720 McPherson Ave., michellesflowers.ca
The atmosphere: The passionate, all-female staff of floral experts at this locale make flower shopping a totally stress-free situ. They’ll help you as you choose your stems and colour schemes to create your own dream arrangement.
Prices: $44.95 to $162.95 for arrangements
Standout blooms: Always A Lady, an elegant, feminine mix of pink lilies and white roses makes for a seriously sweet display that any lady in your life with love.
Find it: 126 20 St. W, blossomsliving.ca
The atmosphere: This warm, homey flower shop emulates a chic apartment, with gorgeous seating and shelving decorated with dozens of lush blooms to show how these one-of-a-kind arrangements will look in your home.
Prices: $50 to $250 for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: Their luxe winter arrangement, complete with cymbidium orchids, roses, pepperberry and cinnamon sticks in rich maroon and red hues.
Best Florists in Winnipeg
Oak & Lily
Find it: 1724 Corydon Ave., oakandlily.ca
The atmosphere: We’re just going to warn you now, you’ll probs want to take everything home in this chic floral shop. Between the chalkboards with flower menus and inspirational quotes, walls of handmade greeting cards and plenty of drool-worthy floral designs, we are living for this sweet Insta-worthy space. Don’t say we didn’t warn ya.
Prices: $35 to $70+ for bouquets, $35 to $75+ for arrangements
Standout blooms: Any arrangement with ranunculus, a gorgeous bloom with dozens of paper-like layers around the stem. Our current fave: the white ones with blush accents.
Find it: 925 Corydon Ave., academy-florists.com
The atmosphere: This spacious, expansive store is basically heaven for those naturally #blessed with a green thumb or simply looking to plant the seed for floral expertise. Choose a bunch from the seemingly endless shelves of flowers or create your very own bouquet for you, your mom or your BFF (or all three)!
Prices: $25 to $145 for bouquets, $50 to $355+ for arrangements, $30 to $95 for plants
Standout blooms: Valentine’s Day Pop Up Bouquet, one of their signature arrangements filled with seasonal blooms in blush-worthy colours.
Find it: 1765 Kenaston Blvd. Unit U, Lincoln Ridge Shopping Centre, thefloralfixx.ca
The atmosphere: This easy-to-navigate flower shop is organized by colour, so it makes it super easy to pick which blooms you’re drawn to and the perf matching vase to complete the lewk. Shopping for stems will never be stressful again.
Prices: $25 to $170 for bouquets, $30 to $300 for arrangements, $17 to $115 for plants
Standout blooms: Splendid. There’s a reason this knockout is part of the shop’s Luxe Collection. Between the purple peonies, white roses and lush greenery in a chic geometric glass vase, we are def bookmarking this one for the next time our apartment needs a little je ne sais quoi.
Best Florists in Toronto
Hunt and Gather
Find it: 1665 Bloor St. W, huntandgatherfloral.com
The atmosphere: With black walls, copper accents and a neon “Florist” sign, this mod flower shop, run by (and named after) millennial florist Tellie Hunt, is just as chic as their Instagram feed (to give you all of the floral inspo you’ll ever need).
Prices: $40 to $80 for bouquets, $100 to $175 for arrangements
Standout blooms: It’s all about unstructured arrangements at this flower shop, where the blooms are natural, undone and wild in unexpected colour combinations for a bouquet that is anything but basic.
Workshops: Not in store, but they will be hosting a wedding workshop in Mexico City, Mexico on March 3, 2018 with Floweriize if you’re looking for some destination wedding floral inspo.
Crown Flora Studio
Find it: 1233 Queen St. W, crownflorastudio.com
The atmosphere: This lush gem in the city is filled with succulents in geometric terrariums and contemporary bouquets in an airy, wooden and minimalist space. This floral design studio even has fresh foliage hanging from the ceiling for a chic winter escape.
Prices: $50 to $150 for arrangements
Standout blooms: Any of their creations will wow your Valentine, full stop. Each arrangement or bouquet wrapped in brown paper pack a punch with a gorg selection of in-season blooms in pretty pastel colours.
Find it: 77 Florence St. Suite 107, coriandergirl.com
The atmosphere: Elegant, timeless and dainty are just three words that come to mind when we think of this sweet shop. With exposed white brick, undone wooden floors and vintage furniture, this space offers Southern influence to highlight the lovely stems and bulbs in the shop.
Prices: $65 to $125 for bouquets, $65 to $400 for arrangements
Standout blooms: For a luxe touch, their blooms in a gold compote dish is the one to order. All you have to do is pick your flora vibe: dark & moody, bold & bright, neutral tones, soft pastels or designer’s choice. They’ll take care of the rest.
Find it: 294 Roncesvalles Ave., sweetpeas.ca
The atmosphere: From the exposed brick walls to the old-fashioned florists sign and the wooden displays of greeting cards, this eco-friendly flower shop in Roncesvalles gives us maj rustic-chic vibes. Bonus: they have two little cats hanging around the space just waiting to be pet while you shop (as if we couldn’t love this place anymore).
Prices: $50 to $125+ for arrangements
Standout blooms: When red roses are just so expected, treat yourself to black roses and let your dark side run free. These blooms are meant to make a statement.
Find it: 181 Bay St., Brookfield Place, 100 King St. W, First Canadian Place, pistilflowers.com
The atmosphere: Perf for on-the-go floral shoppers, this flower design studio (boasting chic boutique vibes) has two locations in the downtown core if you’re looking for a last-minute arrangement or bouquet without skimping on quality.
Prices: $85 to $250 for arrangements and bouquets, $50 to $145 for plants
Standout blooms: Love Blossom, a sophisticated, dainty arrangement of white orchids, blush hydrangeas and cherry blossom branches.
Best Florists in Ottawa
Find it: 465 Parkdale Ave., blumenstudio.ca
The atmosphere: If you’re in need of a botanical show-stopper for your living room, office space or balcony, look no further than the lush plants in equally gorg pots (marble! clay!) at Blumenstudio. And if you need a little caffeine fix, the café part of the shop has got you covered with a steaming cup of joe.
Prices: Starting at $25 to $75 for arrangements and bouquets, $15 to $300 for plants
Standout blooms: The “Forever” Bouquet. For the non-traditional flora enthusiast, gift them this rustic bouquet made up of dried cotton eucalyptus.
Find it: 783 Bank St., 1280 Wellington St. W, bloomfields.ca
The atmosphere: This charming, family-owned flower shop in the Glebe is all about organic blooms (and we are so here for it). They harvest their bulbs from their family flower farm so you know the flowers are fresh, local and grown with love.
Prices: $50 to $200 for bouquets, $75 to $200 for arrangements, $75 to $225 for orchids
Standout blooms: Their potted succulents are such a perf option for those who weren’t exactly blessed with a green thumb (same). They are super low-maintenance, yet they are a dream subject for your next #flowerfriday post.
Flowers Talk Tivoli
Find it: 282 Richmond Rd., flowerstalk.ca
The atmosphere: Home to Ottawa’s largest assortment of fresh cut blooms, this buzz-worthy flower shop is literally a lush oasis with floor to ceiling displays of potted plants, bright blooms and sweet succulents. Fun fact: they have arranged flowers for Oprah and Hilary Clinton (nbd).
Prices: $35 to $200 for bouquets, arrangements and plants
Standout blooms: Tulips in a Vase. When we think of spring, fresh tulips are one of the first things that come to mind. This simple, timeless bunch comes in a range of colours so you can find a hue that speaks to you.
Find it: 262 Elgin St., scrimsflorist.com
The atmosphere: Established in 1874, this veteran flower shop is one of O-Town’s OG spots to get your floral fix. Boasting beautiful blooms and over 100 years of experience, you can’t go wrong with these experts for all of your botanical needs.
Prices: $24 to $250 for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: Gerbera Arrangement, a cheerful, vibrant bunch that will instantly brighten up any space. From bold oranges, sunshine yellows and rich reds, we are already in a good mood just looking at these blooms.
Find it: 1400 Bank St., langdonsflowers.com
The atmosphere: This family-owned and operated flower shop has a spacious studio (we’re talking 5,000 square ft.) to showcase their stunning selection of blooms for your wedding, engagement party or Valentine’s Day celebration.
Prices: $40 to $60 for bouquets, $35 to $280 for arrangements
Standout blooms: To instantly feel like you’re on a tropical vacay, peep this breathtaking arrangement filled with birds of paradise, an exotic orange flower.
Best Florists in Montreal
Pourquoi Pas Fleurs
Find it: 3629 St Laurent Blvd., pourquoipasfleurs.com
The atmosphere: With bright green walls, white brick and an assortment of vibrant blooms, this colourful flower shop has all you’ll ever need to fill you or your loved one’s life with an endless supply of fresh flowers.
Prices: $45 to $290 for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: Garden Bouquet, a rustic-chic selection of country blooms in Instagram-worthy pastel hues wrapped up in brown paper.
Find it: 360 Victoria Ave., westmountflorist.com
The atmosphere: With tons of natural light, a rainbow of fresh cut blooms and plenty of pottery, vases and botanical extras to take your botanical bouquet to the next level, this family-owned floral shop is a classy, timeless spot for Westmount’s floral enthusiasts.
Prices: $50 to $400+ for bouquets and arrangements, $50 to $150 for plants
Standout blooms: Isabella. This minimalist arrangement is the definition of simplicity at its finest: gorgeous white lilies and seasonal greens embody elegance in a glass vase.
Find it: 4683 St Denis St., fauchoisfleurs.com
The atmosphere: This charming, petite shop boasts drool-worthy displays of fresh potted plants, orchids and other greenery, plus clay pots and other flora essentials that will immeds cozy up your home.
Prices: $50 to $250+ for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: Trend alert: roses are out for Valentine’s Day. It’s all about the other in-season blooms like ranunculus, tulips, peonies, magnolia and cherry blossoms for your V-Day bouquet.
Binette & Filles
Find it: 7070 Ave. Henri-Julien, Case Postale C-14, marchandedefleurs.com
The atmosphere: Creativity is in the hands of the customer at this eclectic flower shop located in the Jean Talon Market (you can’t miss the sunshine-yellow sign), so you can create your own unique arrangement that speaks to your green thumb.
Prices: $25 to $75+ for bouquets
Standout blooms: If you’re over the standard red flowers for Valentine’s Day, opt for a less traditional, yet equally timeless hue: mauve.
Workshops: Yes, but only after the V-Day rush so keep your eye out
Find it: 4818 Sherbrooke St. W, flore.qc.ca
The atmosphere: For an OTT, grand floral shopping venture, bookmark this luxe design studio for the next time you want to impress your boss, bae or BFF with breathtaking blooms.
Prices: $25 to $100 for bouquets and arrangements (can go up to $800+)
Standout blooms: Their signature arrangements include different types of eucalyptus for a unique fragrance to a traditional rose bouquet or during the summer, the staff will add fresh ivy, green moss and branches to their bouquets for a natural touch.
Best Florists in Moncton
MacArthur’s Flower Shop
Find it: 360 Mountain Rd., macarthursflowershop.com
The atmosphere: This family-owned and operated flower shop has been creating breathtaking bouquets for more than 60 years (yeah, that’s right), so you know you’re in good hands. Their shop has a lovelable character and nostalgic charm, too.
Prices: $49.95 to $89.95 for bouquets, $57.95 for $214.95 for arrangements, $47.95 to $99.95 for plants
Standout blooms: You’re Golden. This sunshiny bouquet is just what you need to fast track your way to summer. The bold yellow sunflowers will immeds put you in brighter spirits even in the depths of winter.
Danielle’s Flower Shop
Find it: 81 Champlain St., Dieppe, daniellesflowershop.com
The atmosphere: With large windows, high ceilings and paintings of pedals hanging from the walls, this go-to flower shop is one of the brightest and most cheerful spots in town. Plus, their selection of greeting cards, garden accessories and knick knacks are to die for.
Prices: $50 to $79.95 for bouquets, $32.95 to $219.99 for arrangements, $45 to $100 for plants
Standout blooms: Garden Pitcher Bouquet, the perf thing to kick start your spring cleaning. This fragrant display, in a floral painted pitcher, is filled with lilies, lavender, carnations and roses in gorgeous purple hues.
Best Florists in Halifax
Props Floral Design
Find it: 5533 Young St., Hydrostone Market, propsfloraldesign.com
The atmosphere: The grand storefront will immediately draw you in, with its old-fashioned awning, floor-to-ceiling windows and bright red sign, but the vast array of flora, passionate design team and chic décor will have you coming back every time you need to get your floral fix.
Prices: There are no set prices, it is all based on the customer’s budget (usually starts at $65+ for arrangements or bouquets)
Standout blooms: Faves change every month, but right now the staff is loving multi-coloured tulips, thistle and genisteae blooms.
The Flower Shop
Find it: 1705 Barrington St., theflowershophalifax.ca
The atmosphere: From the touches of European flair (we’re looking at you, engraved ceiling trim and pillars) to the statement black and white tiled floors, every inch of this elegant flower shop is more beautiful than the next.
Prices: Starting at $50 to $95 for bouquets and arrangements, $50 to $120 for plants
Standout blooms: Designer’s Choice. Let a flora expert create a one-of-a-kind combination using seasonal blooms that will suit your style (ie. minimalist green and white or bold brights).
Find it: 6025 Stanley St., deansflowers.ns.ca
The atmosphere: If you’re looking for Hali’s OG florist, look no further than these perennial experts who have been budding (see what we did there?) since 1919. Their rich history in horticulture makes Dean’s Flowers a no-brainer for blooms.
Prices: $35 to $200 for bouquets and arrangement, $49 to $85 for plants
Standout blooms: Amazing Orchids, an exotic arrangement of dendrobium and mokara orchids, leucadendrons and lush greenery in pretty pinks and greens.
Best Florists in Charlottetown
Find it: 417 University Ave., flowerbudspei.com
The atmosphere: With an experienced team of floral designers and experts (who together have like 80 years in the biz), this bright spot has plenty of Island charm and gorgeous blooms.
Prices: $34.95 to $135
Standout blooms: Heat Wave, a vibrant mix of fuchsia gerbera daisies, orange roses, white daisies and yellow chrysanthemum pacificums.
Hearts and Flowers
Find it: 149 Great George St., heartsandflowers.ca
The atmosphere: This cozy neighbourhood floral shop is an under-the-radar oasis in the city. Inside, you’ll find an abundance of different seasonal stems, blooms and plants that will get any customer (green thumb or not) stocked to shop.
Prices: $30 to $300+ for bouquets and arrangements, $45 to $85 for plants
Standout blooms: Daisy Cheers. The name truly says it all: white daisies contrast beautifully with bright greenery for a clean-cut, minimalist arrangement that will brighten up any space.
Best Florists in St. John’s
Find it: 319 Hamilton Ave., contemporaryflorist.com
The atmosphere: Located in a charming nautical-inspired building, this friendly biz is *the* spot if you’re looking for modern, on-trend bouquets and arrangements. Inside the shop, you’ll find a house-like set-up with a dining room table, cabinets and windowsills stocked with fresh foliage.
Prices: $24.95 to $275 for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: Any of their contemporary arrangements with exotic extras like birds of paradise, vibrant gerbera daisies and orchids. Each one is more beautiful and grand than the next.
Find it: 15 Hebron Way #101, flower-studio.ca
The atmosphere: This local gem finds the perf mix of modern and rustic with their gorgeous space: lush potted plants sit on vintage wooden tables, while smaller succulents, blooms and other trinkets are displayed on chic grey shelves.
Prices: $75 to $275 for bouquets and arrangements
Standout blooms: One of their signature assortments, which includes cool toned hydrangeas, hyacinths and buds for an arrangement that is both fragrant and fresh.