About Us

We are Moore Blooms Dahlias in Chilliwack, British Columbia. With a passion for blossoms, our field boasts a spectacular collection of over 300 unique dahlia varieties. From the subtlest pastels to the boldest, most vibrant hues, we've carefully curated an array of dahlias to captivate every flower lover.

Every year, from August through October, our flower stand opens to the public, offering a stunning array of fresh-cut dahlias. Whether you're seeking a vibrant bouquet for a special occasion or looking to brighten your home, our farm stand is a must-visit destination.

But our commitment to sharing the beauty of dahlias doesn't end there. For those who wish to create their own dahlia wonderland, we offer wholesale orders to floral businesses and enthusiasts alike. Our dahlias can add a touch of elegance and charm to weddings, events, or any creative project.

Planning ahead for next year's garden? We've got you covered with our tuber sales in January. You can start your own dahlia garden with the same stunning varieties that adorn our fields. Our tubers are carefully selected and nurtured to ensure your dahlia garden flourishes with the same vibrant beauty we are known for.
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Meet Grace: Owner of Moore Blooms

Years ago, Grace lived in the Philippines – and, while that was her home, she was ready to move on and grow. So, she picked up and left for Singapore. Singapore promised new experiences, which turned out to be true as Grace experienced both good and difficult times. After two years, Grace decided that Singapore wasn’t for her – so she applied to become a caregiver in Canada.

When Grace arrived in Canada, she met her husband, Bill. Bill and Grace got married, had their daughter Anayah, and created a wonderful life and home in Chilliwack.

Initially, Bill’s Dad, Larry, used the land to grow Dahlia’s, with the purpose of collecting the Tubers and selling them for the Fraser Valley Dahlia Society.

(Psst! For those of you who don’t know what a Tuber is, it’s an enlarged structure at the base of the flower stem that provides energy and nutrients for regrowth during the next growing season).

As time went on, Larry continued to grow and harvest Dahlia tubers, and Grace started to give away the flower stems. When dropping some bouquets off to friends one day, they suggested that she consider putting a roadside stand out on her driveway for people to stop by and pick up Dahlia’s for a few dollars. Grace took the advice of her friends and set up that little roadside stand – and before she knew it, she was planting more and more flowers to keep up with the number of customers stopping by her stand every day.

Larry and the executive of the Fraser Valley Dahlia Society eventually taught Grace all of their tricks of the trade. Today, Grace runs a very tight ship when it comes to her flowers. She’s meticulous, an extremely hard worker, and always has a smile from ear to ear!

Fast forward to today and Grace’s roadside stand is bustling. It’s a place for commuters to stop on their way home from work, for locals to swing by just because, for wholesalers, people getting married, photographers, and more.

Grace started with 80 Dahlia plants, then it became 200, then 500, then 1000. As the business continued to thrive, Grace realized it also provided her with the opportunity to stay home and raise her daughter, Anayah. Moore Blooms has now been a family business for 12 whole years. Today she has over 5,000 plants and 200 varieties. She and Bill plant them all by hand – a true labour of love.

What makes Moore Blooms unique?

Grace doesn’t operate Moore Blooms like a traditional business – instead, she looks at is as a way to build and connect her community. Grace sells her flowers for very affordable rates as she truly believes in the power of connection that her flowers provide. She offers fair wholesale rates for large orders.

Located at 6953 Lickman Rd.