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The reasons are clear why Ontario-grown cut flowers and potted plants are the preferred choice. From the greenhouse to the store in no time at all, when you support our province's farmers and Pick Ontario, You are assured the freshest product available.


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Flower of the Month

Gardenia Indoors (Gardenia jasminoides)

Gardenia Indoors (Gardenia jasminoides)

Dark green foliage and fragrant white blooms make this selection a highly desirable houseplant. Gardenia thrive with bright light and added humidity, such as found in a bathroom or achieved with misting. Watering should be reduced in winter. Pairs beautifully with plants of lighter…

Grower of the Month

Bradford Greenhouses Ltd.

Bradford Greenhouses Ltd.

Bradford Greenhouses is a true Canadian success story. In August of 1956 Francis Ferragine immigrated to Canada from England with his wife Chiara, his son's Tony & Peter and his daughter Mary. For the next 4 years Francis and his family spent their time working as labourers in the Holland Marsh for local farmers. In 1961 Francis purchased property in Bradford and began growing a company. In 1975 Bradford Greenhouses opened a retail operation on Hwy 11 in Bradford and in 1993 Bradford Greenhouses open it's flagship retail store in Barrie. Today Bradford Greenhouses Ltd is one of the largest…

What is Pick Ontario?

pickOntario is a marketing campaign to help raise awareness, interest and demand for Ontario-grown cut flowers and potted plants. The first campaign was launched in the year of 2007 at the Grocery Innovations Show in Toronto. Over the past few years, pickOntario has grown into a recognizable brand with participation from many growers and stores. pickOntario's continuous goal is to remind people that there are locally grown flowers in Ontario.

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Northside farmers anticipating good strawberry crop despite harsh winter
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June 1st, 2015 - Farms.com

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May 30th, 2015 - Thestar.com

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City of North Battleford’s annual beautification gets underway with flower baskets and barrels
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