Thank you for voting us Best Florist AND Best Garden Center in New Canaan, Darien & Rowayton!
It is truly an honor and we are so thankful to everyone that voted. We look forward to continuing to provide the best selection of flowers & plants around coupled with personalized customer service that stands as the core principle of our business.
“Nielsen’s is committed to being one of the foremost retail Florist and Garden Shop
operations in the country. We do this by continuously seeking new ideas to improve
what we do with our customers—provide them with the finest quality product while
building and nurturing relationships that create Nielsen’s customers for life.”
As part of our ongoing commitment to the planet, we have implemented several initiatives that reflect our focus on renewable resources and giving back to the community.
- Eco-Friendly and Reusable Packaging:
We understand the importance of minimizing waste and reducing our environmental footprint. To that end, Nielsen’s Florist transitioned in 2021 to using exclusively eco-friendly and reusable packaging for our floral gifts. By choosing materials that are both sustainable and recyclable, we strive to ensure that every aspect of our products aligns with our commitment to the environment.
- Donating Cut Flowers to Local Senior Center:
In an effort to bring joy and brighten the lives of seniors in our community, Nielsen’s Florist has had a partnership with the local senior center for many years. Instead of discarding unsold or older cut flowers, we donate them to the center every Monday. This initiative not only helps reduce waste but also spreads happiness among those who may benefit greatly from the beauty and fragrance of fresh flowers.
- Donating Non-Retail Ready Plants to Charitable Organizations:
At Nielsen’s, we firmly believe in the power of gardening to uplift individuals and communities. In order to make plants more accessible to those with less resources or even physical limitations, we have initiated a program entitled “Reblooming Beauty” to donate past bloom and non-retail ready plants to two prominent local organizations, S.T.A.R and Person to Person, whom Nielsen’s have had a long-standing relationship with. These organizations will distribute the plants to individuals and families, providing them with the opportunity to cultivate their own green spaces and experience the therapeutic benefits of gardening.
Join us in celebrating spring this year with a brand new flower flare to welcome in the season!
This year’s flower flare theme is ‘Monet’s Garden’ to coincide with the launch of our new signature flower arrangements, the ‘Giverny Collection’.
We are giving away three of these gorgeous new designs, one in each color before they become available online.
If you’d like the chance to win one, sign up below. Winners will be announced Monday, April 24th.
And don’t forget to tag us @nielsensflorist!
Watering your houseplants is key to keeping them healthy and prevent wilting or root rot. Michele digs into the best ways to keep your indoor plants thriving.
#1 Always check your plants to see if they need watering first.
#2 Determine the frequency based on their environment
#3 Never let your plants sit in standing water. And remember, a moisture meter is your friend!
Whether you are a proud plant parent that wants to share the gift of houseplants with someone else or you are just starting out on your plant collection, these top 5 plants are low maintenance, can handle a variety of lighting situations and look fantastic!
Treat yourself to the beauty of fall at Nielsen’s Florist! Visit our indoor and outdoor showrooms for ideas to decorate and plant for the seasons. Outside you will find pumpkins, gourds, hay bales, corn stalks and a large variety of autumn perennials, grasses and annuals. Take your time to browse and work with our consultants to create your own autumnscape at home.
When you come inside to the store, you will see tons of ideas for tablescapes, mantles, and gifts. We are happy to help you put something together!
Our hot items this season are pumpkins decorated with succulents and these elegantly spooky crows for a touch of whimsy.
Let us know what you think!
Take a peek from start to finish of a summer wedding. This couple asked for “Organized Chaos” and we loved that description! Blues and whites were the order of the day and it was great fun to give this wedding a dreamy, whimsical look with large delphinium and meadow-like flowers.
The highlight of the wedding was definitely the broken arch overlooking a pasture of horses. It simply took our breath away to see it in person.
Some of the wedding flower selection; dahlia, thistles, garden roses, scabiosa, delphinium, larkspur, snapdragons, mini green hydrangrea, lisianthus, eucalyptus, snow on the mountain, astilbe and veronica.
The whole team was on board to put this together as it took quite a few people to design the flowers and complete the installation. See below for bonus pictures of a decorated Thunderbird car that was placed at the wedding for the first look photoshoot!