7 Flower Subscriptions to Perk Up Your Home This Winter

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There’s nothing quite like fresh flowers arriving on your doorstep like clockwork.

As we prepare to hunker down for the winter, look to flower subscriptions to add some colour and cheer to your home. These Toronto flower subscription plans offer a multitude of options, ranging from bouquets to vase arrangements, from plants to florals, from monochrome to multi-coloured, and beyond. Place a single order set to a schedule of your choosing, and then sit back as fresh flowers arrive on your doorstep like clockwork.

Botany Floral Studio
Subscription options from this Toronto floral studio are offered under four different collection types: Botany Boho, a mix of greenery and wildflowers; Monochrome, featuring white blooms and multiple textures; Signature, for “the most discerning flower enthusiast;” and Orchid Club, offering orchids in a variety of colours. Subscribers can choose the starting date and then create a routine of having flowers delivered weekly, monthly, or each season (every 12 weeks.)

Crown Flora
Choose from a 4-week or 6-week subscription at a variety of price points, ranging from $25 per floral bouquet to $125. Crown Flora chooses a fresh and seasonal selection of florals and greens for each order, with arrangements varying in size, colour and flower types due to availability. Each bouquet is hand arranged from start to finish and will reflect the price point selected in terms of the type of flower used, labour and design work for the bouquet.

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Heart & Thorn
This plant and flower subscription offers bouquets ranging from seasonal flowers to orchids and exotics to succulents and cacti. The flowers are imported directly from farms located in Ecuador and Colombia. Customers can choose from weekly, fortnightly or monthly subscription packages, in a size of their choosing, with first-time subscribers also receiving a free vase or planter on their first delivery. With warehouses in New Jersey, New York and Toronto, Heart & Thorn delivers to all cities across Canada, the United States and most international destinations (except remote locations).

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Sweetpea’s
This Toronto flower shop offers customers the more affordable option of paying for each order on the day it goes out, as opposed to paying the entire subscription sum at once. There’s a six order minimum for each subscription, which features “eco- and socially-responsible flowers.” Options include bouquets or vase arrangements of flowers grouped by pastel hues, jewel tones, multicoloured, white or seasonal florals. The company offers free Toronto-wide delivery on a weekly, biweekly or monthly schedule.

Wild North Flowers
Choose from either a hand-tied bouquet subscription or a vase arrangement, on a monthly or bimonthly schedule. Bouquets come at two price points ($90 and $125) while vase arrangements offer three options ($85, $100 and $125). The company uses entirely Ontario-grown flowers all year long.

Coriander Girl
With outposts in both Toronto and Prince Edward County, this florist offers deliveries and flower subscription plans in both locations. Choose from a 6-month subscription starting at $300 or a 12-month plan starting at $600. Each arrangement comprises of ethically-sourced, seasonal blooms.

Posy Lane Flowers
This florist offers a mix of focal flowers like ranunculus, anemones and roses, mixed with wildflowers like solidago, thistles, veronica and foliage. Their “Posy of the Week,” which comes in three different sizes, is uploaded to their website and social media accounts every Wednesday, with deliveries going out each Thursday to locations within Toronto, Mississauga, Etobicoke and Scarborough.


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