Explore a Floral Trail Through Bloor-Yorkville

We’re thrilled to welcome you back to our second annual Fleurs de Villes ROSÉ : Bloor-Yorkville  initiative. This is a one-of-a-kind, floral event bringing together Toronto’s top floral talent, local businesses and the general public. Bloor-Yorkville will be “flower-bombed” from August 4th to August 8th. We invite you to walk our curated floral trail, which will take you throughout the neighbourhood, featuring a number of unique installations, displays, and even culinary floral creations. Guests can walk the floral trail daily from 10 am – 9 pm. 

A swing decorated in bright coloured flowers

Charity components are a major part of our annual events. Fleurs de Villes ROSÉ: Bloor-Yorkville is pleased to support the Breast Cancer Society of Canada and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.  We do this by donating funds for research through part proceeds raised through sponsorship, flower market sales and direct donation spots on the floral trail.  You can also donate directly online.

Toronto’s Top Floral Talent Showcased in Bloor-Yorkville Floral Trail

Pop-Up Floral Installations:

We invite you to begin your floral trail journey at the Manulife Centre (55 Bloor Street West). You will be able to pick up a printed map, at the concierge desk, or download the details to your smartphone (details on how to do this will be provided via on-site signage). There will also be QR codes at each display, allowing you to access the map at any location. The journey will lead you to discover 35 creative displays placed throughout the neighbourhood, popping up where you least expect them! You will spot everything from fashion-forward mannequins,  floral doorways, unique window displays, and much more. Details on each specific display location can be found online here.

Incredible local florists will be putting their most creative work on display! The following florists will be participating in this event:

Fresh Floral Creations, Pocket of Posies, Vogue Weddings and Decor Inc., Olivia’s Garden, Folha, Flowers by Kata, Cumberland Flower Shop, Crown Flora Studio, De Novo Floral Design, Earthwork Floral Design, Elegant Bouquets, Hana Floral Designs & Co., Heavy Petal Flower Shop, Lena’s Floral Designs, Lobo Florals, Nymph Floral, Oudalova Events & Design, Pop-up Flower Shop Inc., RZY, Secret Garden Florists, Urban Jungle, and Zumbo Designs.

fleurs de villes chien display made of fresh white flowers

Fleurs de Villes Chien

It’s no secret that the Bloor-Yorkville community has a love for its puppy counterparts. A quick jaunt down the street and you’ll see a number of pups out for their daily stroll. Paying homage to this is the Fleurs de Villes Chien exhibit, taking place at Yorkville Village (136 Yorkville Avenue). Stop by The Oval (just inside Yorkville Avenue entrance) to explore several playful exhibits focused on all things chien! These installations are available for viewing August 4-6 from 11-6 pm and August 7-8 from 12-5 pm. 

Flower Market

On Saturday, August 7th visit local florists through the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood and bring some joy back to your home. Part proceeds from our flower market will be in support of Breast Cancer Research.

Safety Protocol

We ask everyone to adhere to local guidelines of physical distancing and wearing face masks indoors. Taking the time to enjoy, in a responsible way, will make sure we can all experience the uplifting nature of this beautiful initiative. We encourage everyone to review the Ontario Government safety guidelines.

multi coloured flowers on outside of a bloor yorkville business

We would like to thank the generous sponsors who have taken part in this initiative: Aperol Spritz, Brunello Cucinelli, ConnecDev, Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany Toronto, Il Patiod di Eataly, Off x The Eaten Path, Holt Renfrew, Kim Crawford, Manulife Centre, MCM, Minto, National Bank, Pusateri’s, Toronto Botanical Garden, The Kit, Toronto Star, Vyne Botanicals, Yorkville Lane, Yorkville Village.

Media partners include: 104.5 CHUM, 99.9 Virgin Radio, and the Toronto Star.

For more information, including specific locations of each display, please visit our Bloor-Yorkville Fleurs de Villes website. You can also visit our Facebook Event Page and indicate your interest in the event.