2021 is proving to be a tough year for the floral industry supply chain. Industry demands have increased significantly while fresh flower vendors are struggling to keep up
Meet Lourdes, Manitoba based flower farmer and owner of Masagana Flower Farm. Masagana Flower Farm is a small-scale flower farm and dye studio near La Broquerie, Manitoba that prioritizes sustainable practices. They grow seasonal blooms and dye plants and make handmade, small batch, naturally dyed textile goods.
In May we had sent a survey out to Florists Supply customers to gauge how the Canadian Floral Industry has been compared to Mother’s Day at the start of the COVID-10 pandemic in 2020. Here are the survey results.
The floral industry is unfortunately not immune to unprecedented challenges that have arisen with the global impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and climate change. At Florists Supply, and other flower importers, current growing conditions in South America have impacted our fresh cut flower inventory.
At Florists Supply, one of our priorities during this uncertain time is to provide our customers with updates on how COVID-19 is affecting our Company and the floral industry.
It’s difficult to watch as bush fires devastate much of Australia. Our Australian partner, WAFEX, is collecting donations to directly […]
Meet Sean Stock, our Vancouver Branch Manager. As Branch Manager, Sean oversees the operations at our west coast location that serves our […]
Florists Supply Saskatoon will be moving to 520- 52nd St. East in Saskatoon effective July 1, 2020. The new location […]