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August 15-21, 2024

GRAND PRIZE CONTEST

Sponsored by

Kristin Sjaarda, Gardener's Kit and Unicorn Blooms

Let’s celebrate Canadian Flowers Week by showing everyone what locally-grown Canadian flowers are all about:

 

Community

Collaboration

Crazy-beautiful, 100% local flowers

 

Gather your best flower buds and build some sort of immersive flower experience/installation/selfie backdrop - anything you can dream up and invite your community to enjoy.

 

To enter the Grand Prize contest, document your creation in a single Instagram reel or post by tagging @canadianflowersweek #canadianflowersweekgrandprize. @canadianflowersweek will feature submissions all week long, Aug 15-21. On the 21st, with the help of community feedback, the top 4 entries will be selected as finalists for a @canadianflowersweek Instagram poll where our incredible flower community can decide which entry wins the Grand Prize! Winner to be announced August 22nd.

 

The CFW Grand Prize includes:

 

A gorgeous 20 x 30” art print ode to local flowers 

(print selection TBD, 20x30' art print, valued at $500)

by celebrated Canadian artist, Kristin Sjaarda

 

Grower’s Essentials pack of how-did-I-live-without-these garden tools

from Gardener’s Kit in Victoria BC

 

Over $1000 worth of premium Groot & Groot peony roots including

Pastelegance, Majesty’s Scepter, Majesty’s Coral and Vanilla Schnapps

from Unicorn Blooms

 

Encourage your community to celebrate Canadian Flowers Week with you, share your stories and vote for your official entry.

 

Help @canadianflowersweek draw attention to what our amazingly talented flower community is up to. Let’s all work together to put Canadian Flowers on the map!

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Ideas to Participate

  1. Farm Stand Installation

  2. Retail Window Installation

  3. Public Flower Installation 

  4. In-store/Online Contest or Giveaways

  5. Flower Walk or Farm Tour

  6. Presentation/Realization of Sustainability Initiative

  7. Presentation of an Indigenous and Native Species Project
     

CFW commitment to environment and climate change, we aim to showcase ways our Canadian Flower industry is changing systems/habits - choosing renewable materials, practicing earth-friendly farming techniques, harnessing green energy, etc. to reduce our environmental impact. NOTE: Our sustainability commitments request that no plastic, no foam, or one-time use non-recyclable materials be used to participate. 

CFW commitment to social justice, we aim to bring awareness to the Indigenous communities of Canada and the knowledge they share about the land and native plant species. 

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