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Order flowers and gifts from New Canaan Florist located in New Canaan CT for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 197 New Norwalk Rd, New Canaan Connecticut 06840 Zip. The phone number is (203) 966-4163. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about New Canaan Florist in New Canaan CT. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. New Canaan Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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New Canaan Florist
197 New Norwalk Rd
New Canaan
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(203) 966-4163
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Find New Canaan Florist directions to 197 New Norwalk Rd in New Canaan, CT (Zip 06840 ) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 41.1504267420854, -73.4872612040152 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 1, 2021

Abilis Gardens & Gifts Helps Make Valentine's Day Extra Sweet: Gifts & Flowers Available Online and In the Shop - Greenwich Free Press

Abilis is a leader serving the special needs community in Fairfield County, Connecticut, in towns including Darien, Greenwich, New Canaan, Norwalk, Ridgefield, Stamford, Westport, Weston and Wilton, and has a long-standing reputation for individualized, high quality care. For more information, visit, or,, or Gardens & Gifts is open Monday through Friday, 10L00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. To order online and place pre-orders for flowers, visit or call 203-531-4438 (GIFT).

Jul 26, 2019

New Canaan Florist Brings Local Charm, Quality To New Location - New Canaan, CT Patch

NEW CANAAN, CT — Customers who enter New Canaan Florist at 10 E. Maple Street, next to New Canaan Cleaners, will immediately find themselves surrounded by the sights and smells of roses, orchids, wreaths and more as friendly faces offer them a warm greeting. It is the type of service one can expect from a store with more than half a decade of local history behind it. According to owner Doug Pippitt, the store has existed in one form or another in town, under a couple different names, for over 50 years. The business recently moved from its longtime location on Route 123 last summer in hopes of being closer to the downtown area and offering customers more convenience in regards to size and parking. "This location gives people the opportunity to walk in from town," Pippitt said. "It has more of a neighborhood vibe. Now people walk by on their way to the library or the cleaners, or going to and from restaurants. They like to walk around here." It's something Pippitt knows firsthand. A New...

Oct 19, 2017

Madison Garden Club Flower Show Draws Crowds

A floral design inspired by the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts won best in show. Designed by Nancy Kalal of the New Canaan Garden Club, the display is Kalal’s interpretation of a deconstructed patchwork quilt.“Each hood masterfully expresses the elements and principles of design and collectively creates a masterpiece,” said the judges. “A 21st-century interpretation of an age-old craft.”Kalal received the Harriet DeWaele Puckett Creativity Award “in recognition of a uniquely skilled and creative response to an imaginative schedule.”Andrea Khoobiar of the Garden Club of Madison won second place in floral design for her Twombly Mansion-inspired dining display, a tribute to the Twombly family of Madison, who “often entertained from the veranda, viewing vistas of park lawn, terraces and formal gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmstead.“Avid environmentalists, had the Twomblys lived today, they would have taken an organic approach to outdoor entertaining,” said Khoobiar. “This is an homage to that imagined lifestyle.” Peg Codey of the Garden Club of Madison won second place in photography in the Early Environmentalists class—a color photograph displaying wildlife in or near water—for her snapshot of a blue heron wading through swampy wetlands.This category pays homage to Marcellus Dodge and Geraldine Rockefeller, “who were instrumental in preserving the land now known as the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge,” said the Garden Club of Madison.“The sharp focus lends itself to a well-composed, dramatic image of a great blue heron,” according to the judges.Codey received the Ellen Judd Photography Award for this work, “a photograph of exceptional artistic composition and technical expertise” that honors “an outstanding photographer who shared her love and passion with her fellow club members.She was also awarded the Garden Club of America Novice Award in photography. Garden Club of Madison members Barbara Landy and Elaine Arciszewski took home second place in the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey category for floral design, a decorative display that incorporates flowers mentioned by Shakespeare.“Through its productions and education programs, the company strives to illuminate the universal and lasting relevance of the classics,” said the Garden Club of Madison.Andi Stephenson and Betty Leitner, also of Madison, won third place in the Shakespeare class."A playful use of contrasting colors and textures," said the judges. In horticulture, Madison dominated the awards.Virginia Campion won first place for her single pink rose, inspired by Rose Garden...

Jun 2, 2017

A beautiful tradition: Flowering baskets return to downtown lamp posts

Schutte said.The commission compared notes and use the same watering/maintenance schedule as does New Canaan for their baskets. Th baskets are not without some complications, however.In the past, Schutte said they have received calls in the past from the Darien Police saying the baskets had to be taken down for fear that they would become “living projectiles” in the winds of the hurricane blowing through town. “We also have to be careful on which lampposts we hang the baskets. We cannot block the view of any signage on the lampposts such as parking, state or traffic signs,” Schutte said.She added that at times residents have gotten tickets because they didn’t see the no parking sign due to the basket. This year, the commission also purchased 71 plants in coordinating colors to the basket flowers, and will use these to plant 11 urns in town, both in Darien and Noroton Heights. Commission member Sandy Drimal is responsible for the coordination, purchase, hanging and ongoing maintenance of the baskets and urns. For more information on the Beautification Commission visit (Darien Times)

Apr 13, 2017

New Canaan Country School Day of Service Benefits Open Door Shelter In Norwalk

From New Canaan Country School:Forty New Canaan Country School volunteers worked side-by-side Saturday, April 1 planting spring flowers and cleaning up a playground area at Norwalk’s Open Door Shelter. The group also sorted and hung donated clothing. This project was part of the third annual Kyle A. Markes Day of Service which drew over a total of 400 Country School students, their families and teachers in a wide range of activities which benefited 14 non-profit organizations located throughout Fairfield county. The day itself was in honor of a sixth-grade student who passed away in 2013, but whose commitment to community service became an inspiration for all at the Pre-K through grade 9 school.“I think it is really important to do something that can positively impact those in my community,” said Country School ninth-grader Finley Bean of Norwalk.“It has been moving to see Kyle’s graduating classmates develop an on-going commitment to service.” said Director of Community Development Lynn Su...

Feb 9, 2017

Not Bread Alone: This Valentine's Day, think original

So it’s no surprise that a bakery is the source for my new wrinkle in Valentine giving. The Forever Sweet Bakery (4 New Canaan Ave., Norwalk) has iced up a Valentine Dozen cupcake assortment — a treat you and your loved one can share. With hearts, flowers, Xs & Os aplenty, and with lots of chocolate, too, it’s got Valentine’s covered. Forever Sweet is the realization of a dream for Fran and Sky Mercede. Fran is the designer, baker, and creative force behind their spectacular cakes. Sky is the customer service guy, frontman, promoter, and head greeter. Between them, they’ve created a warm, friendly, high-quality cake bakery. Cakes used to be much simpler — baked layers, buttercream icing, some decorative piping around the edge, the occasional rose, and, for special occasions, your name written in icing script across the top. The Food Channel changed all that. In addition to turning cooking into a gladiatorial contest, it introduced cakes as sculpture, art, and fantasy — confections where structure is more important than flavor and showiness trumps all. Fran is happy to make you the cake of your dreams, but you can be sure it will be great tasting, too. Yes, she’s made cakes that look like cars, bottles of wine, even beer pouring out of a can. But she’s also made cakes with beautiful icing flowers, stunning color schemes, and impeccably executed simplicity. It takes a good deal of talent and skill to make beautiful looking cakes, but even more care and expertise to make them taste so good. A few years ago a cupcake craze swept across the country, with cupcakes the size of a loaf of bread. Fortunately, the massive, heavily iced cupcakes with trendy flavors didn’t last. But delicious, traditionally-sized and decorated cupcakes are a mainstay at Forever Sweet. Chocolate, vanilla, and red velvet are the most popular cake flavors. Simply finished with a dollop of icing, they’re an indulgent and satisfying treat. Don’t get me wrong, you can have chocolate peanut butter, vanilla pink cloud and red velvet cream cheese cake flavors, too. Tiramisu, salted caramel, and beer batter bacon are also in their repertoire for the more adventurous cake seekers. But you can’t beat the classics. Valentine’s Day as a celebration of love and romance can be traced back to the middle ages, perhaps even as far back as Roman times. It was the Victorians that started many of the traditions so familiar to us now. They were big on cards with hearts, flowers, and lace colorfully done up in reds and pinks. In the mid 1800s Richard Cadbury, of the famous chocolate-making family, designed decorated tin boxes in Valentine’s themes to sell their chocolates. The chocolate sweets were a welcome gift starting the long-term relationship between Valentine’s and chocolate, and the boxes became popular keepsakes. In the 20th century the Boston area New England Candy and Confectionery Company (Necco) began marketing heart-shaped sugar candies printed with messages of l... (


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