CANADA BLOOMS 2013
March 15th - 24th
DIRECT ENERGY CENTRE
Since 1997 Canada Blooms has featured acres of stunning feature gardens, designs by some of Toronto’s most creative florists, green-thumb shopping in the marketplace and seminars, workshops and demonstrations presented by some of Canada’s most recognized experts in gardening and horticulture. Canada Blooms organizers look forward to bringing this tradition of excellence with new energy and excitement to the Direct Energy Centre.
If you are interested in participating or receiving further information on Canada Blooms 2013, please contact General Manager Gerry Ginsberg at : email@example.com
For more information about Canada Blooms please visit www.canadablooms.com
CONGRATULATIONS TO GCT PRESIDENT
Reprinted from Garden Enews
This week at Toronto Botanical Garden,
June 10 – June 17, 2010
Photo credit: Trish Symons
Margaret Taylor, a TBG Board Member and Coordinator for the TBG Floral Design Certificate Program recently won the Barbara Laking Memorial Award for the Best in Show at the Garden Clubs of Ontario Flower Show held at Royal Botanical Gardens June 1-3.
Margaret's creation was entered in a class called Cirque de Soleil, a floor design category celebrating circus arts. This design showcases lots of rhythm and movement and colour reminiscent of acrobats, high wire acts and other circus performers.
Margaret will represent Canada in the Honorary Exhibits at the World Association of Flower Arrangers World Show (WAFA) to be held in Boston on June 15-19, 2011.
Marisa Bergagnini, former President of our club and current
Vice-President of the Garden Clubs of Ontario represented Canada in the international My Homeland demonstration at WAFA (World Association of Flower Arrangers) held last June in Boston. She was assisted by Joyce Johnson of our club and Past President of the GCO, Elaine Mayo. Marisa's design was beautiful, with trees covered in snow, skyscrapers, water and the Northern Lights. Her design reflected the best of Canada and she surely made us sparkle in front of a large international audience.
Photograph kindness of Trish Symons.