Monday, October 18th is Donation Day 2021. Help us show gratitude to frontline healthcare personnel for their dedication during this pandemic. A portion of sales from orders received on this day will be donated to support the COVID-19 Crisis Response at a hospital anywhere a Florists Supply Branch is located.
Find inspiration to make the most of your dining space this Thanksgiving!
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
We invite other non-Indigenous Peoples to reflect with us on how Reconciliation can be incorporated into your lives every day.
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.
Watch our 2021 #FSLiving Featured Florist, Julie Myers, craft an on-trend fall arrangement of drieds, fresh, and permanents blooms
Meet Elfi and Jordan who own and operate Blue Moon Farm located just outside of Didsbury, Alberta.
White Roses are a staple in our coolers, especially during the wedding season. Learn about the differences between our varieties of White Roses.
Find floral design inspiration from your fellow florists who tagged us using #FSLiving on Instagram.
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.
From traditional to whimsical, our 2021 Fall and Holiday Collection includes all the lights, trimmings, and festive details to make it the most beautiful time of year.
Laurie Nesbitt, Florists Supply President, discusses factors causing price increases within the floral industry.