Bloem is a multidisciplinary experiment in nature. We are a studio based practice, specializing in sculptural and contemporary design. We prioritize interesting ingredients, and hope to provide you with varieties that aren’t available through traditional florists. We grow a quarter of an acre of our own specialty cut flowers that we carefully curate and collect for our designs. Bloem is an appointment only design studio and flower farm located in Adjala-Tosorontio.
How can I get flowers from you?
We are a semi-seasonal operation, meaning our services change depending on the time of year. We are currently offering weekly bouquets and arrangements, monthly bouquet subscriptions of flowers from the farm, and occassionally, market bunches.
November - April: Outside of the growing season we are limited to holidays, larger orders, or events. Please allow 5-7 days for us to source interesting ingredients and materials for your order. Single orders in the off season may be required to meet an order minimum.
Where do your flowers come from?
Where do you deliver to?
What happens if the recipient is not home?
If the weather is good and there is a safe place, like a covered porch or a concierge, we will leave the flowers there for the recipient. We ask that you provide a phone number for the recipient so that we are able to touch base for circumstances like this. Flowers cannot be left unattended in weather under 2 degrees, or in hot weather, so in the event that the recipient is not home and we are unable to leave the flowers, we will attempt delivery on the same day, if possible. Otherwise delivery will be attempted the next day, with an additional delivery fee.
How long will my flowers last?
Tell me about your packaging...
We strive to be environmentally conscious at every step of the growing and design process. Our vase arrangements come floral foam free with either a tape grid or chicken wire mechanics, with recycled packing paper, and a small amount of cellophane to catch any water spillage during transport. Our bouquets come wrapped in a small water pack that we called "The Oma Method." This is a wet paper towel around the stems in a cellophane bag (a modified version of how my Oma always transported flowers from her garden). This helps keep your bouquet hydrated during transit, while avoiding the use of floral foam. Water may spill out from the water pack, so we recommend keeping your bouquet upright and opening the packaging over a sink!
How do I care for my flowers?
Give bouquet stems a fresh cut, on an angle, and be sure to use a clean vase with fresh, cool water.
What is your return policy?
Flowers are perishable goods and can not be returned. If damage occurs during transport, or there are any immediate quality issues, please contact us within 24 hours with a photo so that we can provide a replacement, if appropriate. Please email us at email@example.com with photographs of your flowers so that we’re able to see what happened, and rectify the situation for future deliveries.