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Pop-Up Pick: collect chic, fresh-cut flower arrangements from Anthropologie on Valentine’s Day

Pop-Up Pick: collect chic, fresh-cut flower arrangements from Anthropologie on Valentine's Day

In addition to selling pretty party dresses and quaint housewares, Anthropologie’s new Queen West location is also consistently decked out with elaborate fresh flower displays. The bouquets are the work of Toronto florist Sweet Woodruff, and typically they just add to the vintage decor or highlight the perfume selection. But on February 14, the flower shop will be hosting a mini boutique within the retailer’s 19th-century church, offering up artful arrangements of peonies and lilacs. Guys and girls can pick up a simple bouquet for around $40, or spend up to $200 on something more centrepiece-worthy. Either choice will score more style points than the standard red rose.

February 14, 12-5, Anthropologie, 761 Queen St. W., sweetwoodruff.com

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