Fresh flowers for delivery

What makes beautiful fresh flowers for delivery such as a bouquet, centerpiece, corsage, boutonniere, event flowers, or corporate flowers? Beautiful fresh cut flowers from locally gowned farmers and the best-imported flowers from Europe and South America. Whatever the occasion for ordering flowers such as birthday flowers, get well flower arrangements or just because flowers. Fresh flowers for delivery in Toronto are a perfect gift when you want to express your emotions with flowers.

There are many ways to order fresh flowers, for instance, you can order flowers from a Toronto flower shop, grocery store, drug store, or gas station. The best way to buy or order fresh flowers is from a professional Toronto florist. A florist near you will have a variety of cut flowers and greens to create your next flower delivery or flowers for pickup.

Local flower delivery is available for same-day delivery if we receive an order before 10:00 am. Afternoon delivery is available for home delivery if the delivery order is 2 km from the store. We also deliver plant arrangements if you prefer live plants. We also supply subscription flowers from our local flower shop for weekly flowers. Our online flowers and bouquets are exquisitely wrapped and designed with high-end and luxurious flowers.

Our florist near you can design outdoor urns to dress up your front door. Our container arrangements are designed seasonally in many different shapes, sizes, and budgets. We match your corporate colors with our urns if that is your preference.

Luxurious flowers for delivery in Toronto is available for delivery in the GTA and other municipality near Toronto. Look at our delivery location online at shop help or contact us https://mondufloraldesign.com/contact/

Locally gowned flowers

Locally grown fresh flowers are gowned in Ontario. Flower farmers grow their products in greenhouses and outside on the farm.  According to an industry leader https://www.po.flowerscanadagrowers.com/meet-our-growers Ontario has 250 greenhouses which employ over 10,000 people. Our growers produce more than 80 varieties of fresh cut flowers and 120 varieties of potted plants. Our growers produce 50% of flowers grown in Canada. Check out their profiles below. 

The industry is diverse, made up of the following three broad production sectors; flowering potted plants, cut flowers and ornamental and vegetable bedding plants/spring container gardens. http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/crops/facts/greenflor.htm#Industry

European flower market

In Toronto, florist import flowers from Europe. The Netherlands is the largest flower market in the world. The auction is located in Aalsmeer. The Netherlands are an important producer for cut flowers, as well as a key importer from developing countries. Besides being one of the market leaders for cut flowers, the Netherlands are also a main trade hub.

The flower market is a dynamic, fast-growing global industry, defined by three major components: growers, wholesalers and retailers. The Netherlands are an important producer for cut flowers, as well as a key importer from developing countries. Besides being one of the market leaders for cut flowers, the Netherlands are also a main trade hub, especially in the area of Aalsmeer. The country’s logistic position within Europe, as well as established international trade ties within the flower industry, make the Netherlands Europe’s core for the flower market. https://www.statista.com/topics/3732/flower-industry-in-the-netherlands/

South American

As a Florist in Toronto we at Mondu source our flower to be the freshest possible. Imported flowers from South America from countries like Colombia and Ecuador. These flowers include roses, hydrangeas, carnations, Gerberas, and more.