3107 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON, M6P 1Z9
416-766-6121 and 800-263-1510

Featured Designs

Order easily and securely from our most popular floral arrangements. Each is hand-crafted by one of our talented designers. Shop online or call us. Are you looking for a custom design? Just phone us at 416-766-6121 (800-263-1510) for a helpful consultation.

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Joy

Joy

 
 
$60.00
 

Joy

 

Looks like it was just picked in the garden! Flowers include roses, lysianthus, carnations, waxflower and more. In a stylish cube vase wrapped in burlap ribbon. Bright and happy!

 
 
$60.00
 
Rainbow Collection 1

Rainbow Collection 1

 
 
$105.00
 

Rainbow Collection 1

 

A bright and pretty autumn look, in a keepsake vase.

 
 
$105.00
 
Hope of Spring

Hope of Spring

 
 
$60.00
 

Hope of Spring

 

Here's a fragrant, elegant plant arrangement for the winter-weary. A bright assortment of spring bulbs accented with ivy and birch, in a square stone planter.

 
 
$60.00
 
Like!

Like!

 
 
$55.00
 

Like!

 

Brilliant! Colourful and vivacious, with freesia, spray roses, gerbera etc. 

 
 
$55.00
 
Laugh Out Loud

Laugh Out Loud

 
 
$85.00
 

Laugh Out Loud

 

A kaleidoscope of colourful blooms in a bright orange vase. A contemporary design of gerbera, hydrangea, lysianthus and more.

 
 
$85.00
 
Rose Medley

Rose Medley

 
 
$50.00
 

Rose Medley

 

One dozen assorted colour roses with short stems, designed in a square vase. Bright and fun!

 
 
$50.00
 

Creative & Fresh Flower Delivery in Toronto

Martin's, the Flower People has been proudly serving Toronto since 1898. One of the most reliable flower shops in Toronto, we deliver throughout the Greater Toronto Area. Downtown and West Toronto delivery all day long. We offer fresh flowers, same-day delivery and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Browse through our online catalogue or call 416-766-6121 or 800-263-1510 for friendly, personal service.

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