Tru Blooms, Inc Announces the Launch of Its Subscription Flower Service in New York City
Friday, 4 May 2018 Trublooms offers weekly, biweekly, and monthly flower subscription services, providing beauty to customers’ homes and spaces, with incredible simplicity and affordability.
NEW YORK (PRWEB) May 04, 2018
Tru Blooms, Inc today announced the launch of its subscription based flower delivery service for residents of New York City.
Founded by George Seretis, a seasoned florist with in-depth knowledge of design and trends, the recently launched business promises bouquets that are composed of chic and lush, single bloom market bunches, delivered straight from the source farms to your door.
The new delivery service is available from downtown Manhattan up to 125th Street.
Seretis has been a florist for over 20 years, being a second-generation expert in the floral industry. For decades, Seretis learned from his clients (including Upper East Side residents, The Metropolitan Opera, The New York City Ballet, well-known interior designers, socialites, royalty, politicians, celebrities and more), that the most amazing spaces in New York are incomplete without the touch of a beautiful bouquet.
As such clientele are highly experienced and cultured in the arts, Seretis has absorbed their knowledge and expertise to create his own unique vision. Seretis prides himself on being highly adept at making the seemingly unfeasible a reality under such high expectations of perfection.
And now, trublooms’ offering of weekly, biweekly, and monthly flower subscription services, provides beauty to his customers’ homes and spaces, with incredible simplicity and affordability. All the flowers are treated, hydrated and delivered in special buckets that ensure they remain fresh and beautiful for an extended period of time.
The so-called “farm to coffee table” flowers are sourced directly from farmers who offer organic and/or sustainable grows from around the world, including The Netherlands, New Zealand, South America and more.
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