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Quince Fine Florals, Vancouver (Photo: Jessica Blossom Clark)

Quince Fine Florals, Vancouver

Before she opened her bricks-and-mortar shop in Vancouver, owner Jessica Clark used to curate arrangements for Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln Center in New York. Tucked into a charming Mackenzie Street storefront south of Arbutus Ridge, Quince Fine Florals is known for its custom arrangements, from bridal bouquets to centrepieces for special events.

4870 Mackenzie St., Vancouver, 604-263-0202,

The Artworks, Edmonton

Started as a poster shop, this Edmonton mainstay has since become a general store of sorts, focusing on unique found objects, artisanal jewellery and, of course, flowers. The Artworks offers periodic (daily, weekly or monthly) deliveries in the Edmonton area, including a daily long-stemmed-rose delivery service.

10150 100th St., Suite 100, Edmonton, 780-420-6311,

Coriander Girl, Toronto

This farm-to-florist establishment has been championing ethical and locally sourced arrangements since opening its doors in 2009. Nestled in Toronto’s Little Portugal neighbourhood, the farmhouse-style shop specializes in one-of-a-kind arrangements, flower subscriptions and workshops.

77 Florence St., Suite 107, Toronto, 416-532-3333,

Prune, Montreal

After over a decade working in public relations, owner Nadine Jazouli left it all to pursue her dream of becoming a florist. This boutique flower shop offers everything from succulents to bridal bouquets and beyond. Online orders with delivery in the Greater Montreal or Quebec City area are also available.

186, rue Peel, Montreal, 514-509-8871,

The Flower Shop, Halifax

This quaint flower shop has called downtown Halifax home since 1939. The florists here specialize in organic arrangements, succulents and houseplants. The shop also hosts a variety of workshops, including build-your-own-terrarium and peony-arrangement classes.

1705 Barrington St., Halifax, 902-423-7133,