Our cute shop in Baby Point services the GTA.
We’ve been at your floral service for 11 years, championing the bespoke, garden-style movement and helping narrow the gap between farmer and florist.
But now I’m passing the Coriander Toronto baton to the manager, Deanna Balmer, who will continue to nurture the Coriander community as her own but from under her own brand, The Wild Pansy.
Together we will transition during the month of February but short of changing the name on the door, everything you have grown to love about Coriander Girl Toronto, nurtured so beautifully by Deanna, will remain the same. There isn’t anyone better equipped for this adventure and it really only works because it’s Deanna. She’s taken such beautiful care of your floral needs for the past 5 years and now you have the opportunity to take care of her and support her in her own journey.
Deanna and The Wild Pansy will remain at 540 Annette St in Toronto and slowly transition the space over to her own personal design aesthetic. The flowers that you’ve been obsessed with for years will remain the same because they're the flowers Deanna has been designing for you everyday. Rest assured, The Wild Pansy is going to take the very best care of you.
For me, despite not being physically present at the Toronto location, it’s inhabited half of my brain and I am so excited to see what’s ahead for me when I free up the mental space and start dreaming again. Coriander Girl isn’t going anywhere, our Picton location will re-open after this current lockdown and I’ve got fabulous plans for our farm and wedding venue location in Prince Edward County. Frankly, you’ve not seen anything yet. This past ten years have just been a warm up. Thank you dear hearts for your support and patience with Deanna and myself as we navigate this exciting venture together.
Our Mission: Spread love through the magnificence of flowers.
For Prince Edward County orders, click on the PEC link in the sidebar.