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« on: February 19, 2009 12:10:45 PM »

Where's a good place to get floral supplies in Vancouver?
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2009 10:26:03 PM »


If you are a registered business, head down to the Boundary Road/Marine Way  aarea in Burnaby.This is Floral Row.
I usually shop for my supplies at Signature Floral supply, Sum's Development, NiceFellow Floral Supply, Mayhew's, and United Flower Growers supply area.
It will depend on what you're looking for. Sum's, Mayhew's and NiceFellow have a lot of artificial flowers and such. The rest cater to fresh flowers.
If you're not a registered business, you may have to go to Michael's but it can be expensive and they may not have everything (Flora-lock, or floral adhesive, for example) if you're working with fresh flowers.
If you know a florist in your area, ask if you could pay them for surplus supplies when they go (which may be on auction days:Tuesdays and Thursdays). there is also a place further down Marine Drive called Nikki Trading, and they have both wholesale and retail in their place, so you could also start there.

I hope that helped. Smiley
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