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SAVE THE DATE - 51st FCO Golf Tournament
Mark your calendars for June 28th, 2023 for FCO's 51st Golf Tournament being held once again at Legends on the Niagara. To register a team today or help sponsor this event, please…
Are you getting your carbon tax rebate?
The rebate is applied to your bill before it gets to you, so it's a bit of work to ensure that you're getting it. The carbon tax rate right now is 9.79 cents per cubic meter (goes…
Rycar Registered for Ornamental Use
Flowers Canada Growers is very pleased to announce that Rycar (pyrifluquinazon) is now registered for greenhouse ornamental use (excluding cut flowers). FCG has been actively…
Electronic logging devices for commercial motor vehicles
Several farms have reached out in search of information on electronic logging devices. As you may be aware, As of June 12, 2022, Ontario requires certain truck drivers who operate…
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Stabilizing Access to Propagation Material for the…
Flowers Canada (Ontario) Inc. (FCO) received funds from the Canadian Agriculture Adaptation Program (CAAP) of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) to study access to propagative materials for the bulb sector.
Advancing the Canadian Chrysanthemum Flower Sector…
Flowers Canada Growers Inc. has increased activity on Chrysanthemum White Rust (CWR) since the initiation of the CWR project in 2011, funded by the Canadian Agriculture Adaptation Program (CAAP) of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
African Lily Indoors (Agapanthus species)
Agapanthus is Native to South Africa. The tall vertical flower stems are topped by a lush cluster of blooms. Brings a distinctive architectural style to the interior and a refreshing tropical feeling. Plant in the garden when flowers have faded and this perennial plant will bring…
Amaranthus, Love Lies Bleeding (Amaranthus caudatus)
The long red, weeping inflorescences of Amaranthus add a graceful elegance to arrangements. The flowers can drape from the vase down to the table, adding a dimensional style not possible with more upright flowers. Can be preserved for dried flower arrangements. Amaranthus symbolize…
Anthurium Indoors (Anthurium species)
Anthurium bring the beauty of lush, green foliage to any room, with little care. An added bonus are the large, interesting blooms that look as if someone painted a leaf with glossy enamel! The blooms make for long lasting cut flowers, but be cautious of the sap, which can cause skin…
Aster (Matsumoto, Callistephus chinensis)
Matsumoto Asters are a cheerful addition to any bouquet. Their bright yellow centers give them a daisy-like charm. Asters are the birth flower for the month of September and symbolize “variety”.
Astilbe, False Spirea (Astilbe species)
Astilbe’s finely cut foliage and feathery flower sprays add grace and elegance to formal arrangements, or a relaxed garden feeling to casual bouquets. The dense, loose flower sprays add height and fullness.
Astilbe, False Spirea Indoors (Astilbe species)
Astilbe’s finely cut foliage and feathery flower sprays bring a special grace and elegance to the interior. Plant in the garden when flowers have faded and this perennial plant will bring years of seasonal beauty to the landscape.
Florist Azalea (Azalea )
Azaleas are popular in gardens throughout the world for their glossy foliage and eye-catching clusters of funnel-like blooms. These same features in Florist Azaleas make them a wonderful choice for instantly brightening any room as a houseplant! May bloom up to six weeks indoors!
Azalea Tree (Azalea hybrid)
All of the great features prized in traditional Florist Azaleas but with a twist. Tree Azaleas provide the same glossy foliage and lush, colorful blooms as regular Azaleas but on a plant that has been groomed into a small tree form. A wonderful gift idea for gardening friends who…
Baptisia, False Indigo (Baptisia australis)
Baptisia is a native wildflower in North America. It earned the name “False Indigo” when it was discovered by early settlers that the blooms could be used to make dye. True indigo dye was quite expensive at that time, so this “false indigo” became a profitable alternative.…
Begonia Rieger (Begonia x hiemalis)
Rieger begonias are a cross between tuberous and wax begonias. The result is beautiful glossy foliage with an abundance of dainty flowers. The blooms are an interesting combination of single and double-petaled flowers all produced on the same plant. Adds color and cheer to any room…
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