Toronto's Flower Pop-Up Takes You Through A Trail Of Blooming Installations This Week
You can tiptoe through more than tulips at this magical floral trail. A new flower pop-up has just arrived in the city, and it's showcasing blooms in a totally unique way. You can wander past towering floral statues and installations that will whisk you into a fairytale world. Walk, drive, or 'petal' your way to Toronto's flower pop-up happening this week.
Bloor-Yorkville has turned into an enchanting floral paradise.
Fleurs Des Villes, a luxury flower company, has launched a fresh floral pop-up around the area this week.
From August 5 to 9, you can wander through this whimsical blooming paradise and see impressive works by some of Toronto's top floral talent.
The socially distanced trail will lead you past over 30 installations in Bloor-Yorkville, including mannequins and even adorable flowery dogs.
You can gaze at gowns of roses, archways dripping in colourful blooms, cars exploding with bright flowers, and more.
All installations are spaced apart and located in public spaces or malls to adhere to safety guidelines.
Areas include the Manulife Centre, Eataly, and Hudson's Bay Centre.
The showcase seeks to welcome people back into public spaces as the city begins to reopen.
You can find a map of the trail on the website so that you don't miss any of the floral fun.
If you're looking to get even more of a flower fill, you can check out some of these places around the city.
Sip summery cocktails against a dreamy blossom backdrop at the Fairmont Royal York's new terrace.
Casa Loma has opened a new garden patio, so you can dine amidst gorgeous blooms.
Since it's the season for sunflowers, you don't want to miss out on these yellow fields near Toronto.
This charming flower shop is also worth dropping by on your next road trip.
Explore this stunning new pop-up trail this week while it's still in bloom!
Fresh Floral Pop-Up
When: August 5 - 9, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Why You Need To Go: Wander along a blossoming trail filled with unique flower installations.