City Line Florist

City Line Florist

Trumbull's local florist for 100 years and four generations!

The Bright Flowers Just On The Horizon

By City Line Florist on May 21, 2018 in flowers, Summer. 0 Comments

When you think about summer, do you think about bright colors, fresh scents and vibrant energy? So do we, and at City Line Florist, we are rolling out our summer flowers in beautiful shades that represent all things summer. From brilliant yellows and oranges to sweet-smelling aromas and blooms that steal the show, our summer arrangements will bring sunny warmth and color to everything you do this season. Keep watching our new arrivals for summer-inspired pieces, coming soon! We look forward to offering a wide variety of summer styles and combinations. Read More about The Bright Flowers Just On The Horizon

Make Your Memorial Day A Floral Event

By City Line Florist on May 14, 2018 in flowers, Memorial DAy. 0 Comments

Memorial Day is just around the corner, and that means summer is almost here! Marking the advent of the warmest season of the year, Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial kickoff to all things sunny, bright and fun. This weekend you can find parades, cookouts, picnics, get togethers with family and friends, and all the fun in the sun you could ask for. At City Line Florist, we’re anticipating this holiday with bright colorful blooms and cheerful arrangements that go with any three-day weekend. What’s on your Memorial Day agenda? Read More about Make Your Memorial Day A Floral Event

Meet One Of Our Moms

By City Line Florist on May 7, 2018 in flowers, Mother's Day. 0 Comments

In honor of Mother's Day, City Line Florist asked one of our resident moms to share her experience as both a parent and a flower expert. And yes, she tells us what every mom wants for Mother's Day. Name: Candace Mavaro Kids first names & ages: Gregory, 30, and Jessica ,25 How did you get into floral work? Throughout high school I was in a voag program at Ledyard High School. I took a 3 week course in floral design and fell in love with it. Then I went to Boston to Rittner School of Floral design and took a 6 month course in 1981. The rest is history. Read More about Meet One Of Our Moms

A Graduation Centerpiece They’ll Love

By City Line Florist on April 30, 2018 in flowers, Graduation. 0 Comments

As summer makes its way slowly toward us, it's time to begin thinking about those end of school year celebrations, and specifically graduation. There are so many institutions of higher learning in our community, including University of Bridgeport, Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University and Housatonic Community College. That's a lot of graduates. Our local college seniors deserve our admiration and respect for their achievements, and if we've got a special grad in our life, we will want to properly celebrate them with a special dinner or even a party. City Line Florist loves so many of the spring centerpieces available right now, and luckily they also make the perfect addition to your graduation party decor. Read More about A Graduation Centerpiece They’ll Love

Delivering Our Thanks To Area Nurses

By City Line Florist on April 23, 2018 in Plants, Teacher Gifts. 0 Comments

May 6 through May 12 is both Nurses Appreciation and Teachers Appreciation Week, with National Nurses Day kicking it off on May 6. City Line Florist honors some of these intrepid educators, caregivers and empowerers by partnering with local radio station WEBE 108 to stop by area hospital nurse's stations to say thank you. We visit St. Vincents, Bridgeport, Griffin, Yale New Haven and St. Raphael's hospitals, as well as St. Vincent's Feroleto Center to offer our appreciation as well as a gift of plants and flowers. And we encourage you to do the same this May for all of the nurses and teachers in your life. Read More about Delivering Our Thanks To Area Nurses

Grow Some Green For Earth Day

By City Line Florist on April 16, 2018 in Earth Day. 0 Comments

Earth Day is celebrated as Spring is getting into gear and the flowers of the season are in full bloom. This year, the Earth Day holiday falls on Sunday, April 22. What a perfect time of year show respect for our Earthly realm! To honor the season and the natural world we call home, City Line Florist would like to recommend “going green” this Earth Day. Read More about Grow Some Green For Earth Day

Raising Awareness for Lonely Desktops Everywhere

By City Line Florist on April 9, 2018 in Admin Prof Day, Holidays. 0 Comments

In honor of Administrative Professionals' Day this April, our expert floral designers at City Line Florist are busy raising desktop awareness by helping offices everywhere enhance their work environments with potted plants, bright blossoms and cheerful floral arrangements. Thanks to biophilia, the innate human condition of loving nature, adding plants to your office will not only improve your workplace's visual appeal, but will also make it a better place for your employees. Plants in the workplace have been shown to boost creativity, improve health and reduce stress. Read More about Raising Awareness for Lonely Desktops Everywhere

Refreshing Your Space This Spring

By City Line Florist on April 2, 2018 in flowers, Spring. 0 Comments

Spring is a season of rebirth and renewal, of new beginnings and starting fresh. It’s no wonder we feel compelled to do “Spring cleaning” during this energizing time of year. Some of the most beautiful flowers emerge and peak during the Spring season, and City Line Floristis proud to bring you some of Springtime’s most beautiful combinations and arrangements. Read More about Refreshing Your Space This Spring

A Spring Basket To Die For

By City Line Florist on March 26, 2018 in Easter, flowers, Holidays. 0 Comments

The gardens of springtime arrive at different times across the nation, but it’s easy to create a little spring beauty in your home, at your office, or at an event with a light and colorful blooming basket of flowers. With cheerful baskets of lush green plants and flowers, City Line Florist of Trumbull, Connecticut helps you banish the late winter storms that often pass through New England. Read More about A Spring Basket To Die For