Being a florist is all about learning how to handle something unexpected. We never know when an order, a person or event is going to walk through our door and change the direction of our day. Our industry and our beloved Connecticut Florist Association are not immune to the same whims we deal with. 

The CFA board wants to thank all those members who have continued to support us during this transitional time and to those who are interested in further influencing the course of the Connecticut Florists Association, the board is interested in meeting with you. 


As everyone is aware, the Connecticut Florists Association has been struggling these last years. The dwindling number of flower shops, the increasing demands from every day duties, flower shops doing more business with fewer employees, as well as the fundamental changes to the floral industry have impacted the CFA's relevance. This is moment when our members will decide on the trajectory of our beloved Association.

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What's next for CFA...


The Connecticut Florists Association, founded in 1933 is a professional trade association for all branches of the floral industry including retailers, wholesalers, growers, manufacturers of floral products and supplies, brokers, shippers, importers, and others who service the floral industry.