Unlike a piece of clothing, fragrance, or even a book, flowers are a gift that’s hard to get wrong. A lovely gesture for just about any occasion you can think of, bouquets are pretty much a universal pleaser. And with the power of the internet, sending them to friends and loved ones in the same zip code or across the globe is easier than ever.
One of the best ways to surprise your significant other for Valentine’s Day, birthdays and anniversaries is to send flowers to his or her workplace. Not only will this be a huge surprise, it’s a great way to show how much you care and think of your loved one throughout the day.
And if your SO doesn’t really appreciate fresh blooms, that’s okay too. Many of the best flower deliveries don’t just offer flowers. They’ll also send succulents, floor plants, balloons, food, jewelry and decor items for same-day delivery. Here, get the bloom on fifteen places to order flowers online.
1. The Bouqs Co.
If sustainable, eco-friendly farming is important to you, add The Bouqs Co. to your bookmarks list. The site partners with farms around the globe that practice sustainable, eco-friendly farming and grow only what they can sell, so they don’t waste the industry average of one out of every three stems. Of course, pretty much every florist and flower delivery service claims to be eco-friendly, so what sets The Bouqs apart? When you choose a floral arrangement, you can see photos and biographical information on the farmer who grew your flowers. By partnering with local, sustainable farms, The Bouqs ensures a high standard of environmentally friendly production.
As an added bonus, the bouquets produced by Bouqs are stunningly gorgeous. If you’re looking for something besides roses for Valentine’s Day, we love this white and pink arrangement of tulips.
2. Send Flowers
The most budget-friendly of the bunch, Send Flowers has an arrangement for pretty much any price point. Options start as low as $19.99 for a bouquet. Non-floral gifts are available, too, like balloons, teddy bears and chocolate. Their Hugs & Kisses bouquet of red roses, pink carnations and white daisies is perfect for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day or any other special occasion. For extra brownie points, Send Flowers makes it easy to add a teddy bear, custom card, balloons or chocolates to your order.
BEST FREE DELIVERY
You really can get everything at Amazon, even fresh flowers. It works like the rest of the site, aggregating various sellers onto their platform, and if you’re a Prime member, free shipping is available on most orders. But what you’ll be able to find here that you won’t on most other sites is access to wholesale flowers, not just arranged bouquets. This is a major plus if you have a DIY streak or need to cut costs for a big event.
We particularly love this Confetti Bouquet from the Stargazer Barns Amazon store. The colorful tulips and metal vase provide an elegant yet rustic look that will brighten up the recipient’s home. If tulips aren’t what you’re looking for, Amazon has countless more floral arrangements to choose from.
4. Global Rose
BEST FOR ROSES
Like the name suggests, Global Rose specializes in roses and has the largest selection and order capacity for single blooms — get up to 100 stems of one type of flower delivered to your doorstep. There’s also the option to mix and match flowers on your own. Plus, there are florist supplies available for order, so if customization, bulk or a DIY project is what you’re after, this site is for you.
If you’re looking for the best online flower delivery for a Valentine’s Day present, then we recommend their Bicolor Dozen Rose bouquet. The $126 price tag is more expensive than budget options, but this gorgeous bouquet is sure to delight your sweetheart.
BEST SAME-DAY DELIVERY
You’ve seen 1-800-Flowers adverts on TV, on Facebook and every time you search for flower delivery on Google. Therefore, you’re likely familiar with this popular brand. Of course, they’re popular for a reason — 1-800 Flowers offers a huge range of choices and reliable delivery ahead of major holidays like Valentine’s Day. In addition to offering a wide range of flowers and indoor plants, 1-800-Flowers is known for its long-lasting bouquets. You can expect the average order to stay fresh for a week or more.
We like this elegant arrangement of red roses, which comes in a matching ruby red vase for the perfect Valentine’s Day bouquet. Plus, 1-800 Flowers will partner with local florists to ensure these flowers are delivered lightning fast. Seriously, you can order this Blooming Love arrangement of 18 long-stem roses for same-day delivery.
If you’re in a long-distance relationship, you can choose this site if your recipient lives in another country. This is one of the best flower delivery services for international orders. The benefit of ProFlowers is their international network of florists, so if you’re looking to wish your bestie abroad a happy birthday or Valentine’s Day, you’ll have plenty of options, not to mention a quick and efficient service. Plus, ProFlowers can deliver both traditional bouquets and more unique arrangements.
But no matter where your sweetheart lives, make their Valentine’s Day with this Sweet & Swooning bouquet. In addition to a cute little vase, roses, carnations and alstroemeria, this floral arrangement comes with a red heart accent made from metal wire. If you are delivering flowers to your partner’s workplace, this is the perfect bouquet to make her swoon.
You probably know of the brand called FTD, but did you know the name stands for Florists’ Transworld Delivery? That’s because this business only acts as a middle man. When you place an order with FTD, they transfer your request to a local florist who then creates and delivers the bouquet. Of course, FTD is successful because this model works for both customers and local florists. Plus, it means that FTD has one of the best selections of flowers on the internet.
For Valentine’s Day, we recommend the company’s Sweetest Crush Bouquet, pictured below. This gorgeous floral arrangement includes roses and other flowers in a softly-hued color palette. With prices starting at $48, this is the perfect Valentine’s Day bouquet to order for your wife or girlfriend. Don’t know where to start? Go for the Sweetest Crush bouquet pictured below.
Much like FTD, Teleflora uses a network of local florists to fulfill their orders. This means that same-day delivery in most areas is more than possible, so if you’ve put off ordering your Valentine flowers until February 14, Teleflora can likely help. In addition, this site offers a unique “Deal of the Day” which allows you to choose what price you would like to pay and a florist will surprise you with a beautiful bouquet of seasonal flowers. It definitely takes the decision making out of ordering flowers. The flower delivery package seen below features lush orange roses, hot pink matsumoto asters and hot pink carnations inside a glass vase.
9. Urban Stems
BEST FOR PLANTS
For a modern, eco-friendly option, Urban Stems is one of the best places to order flowers online. This company works closely with florists and farmers to source flowers and plants solely from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, which means the bouquet you order has been sustainably grown and sourced. It also means that you’ll see far more seasonal variation in Urban Stems bouquets. In addition to beautiful blooms, Urban Stems can also deliver dried arrangements and live plants.
10. Farmgirl Flowers
Farmgirl Flowers delivers beautiful bouquets and more. In addition to unique arrangements, the company can create tablescapes for your holiday party or even provide dozens of different flowers along with greenery so you can make your own floral displays. Each Farmgirl Flowers delivery is totally unique, and all their bouquets come in upcycled burlap coffee sacks sourced from Bay Area coffee roasters.
Another of the country’s largest flower delivery companies, Florists.com offers the best variety of arrangements on the internet. That’s because they employ hundreds of florists to ensure each and every bouquet is fresh and delivered on time. In addition to blooms, you can also order gift baskets, plants and edibles on Florists.com, so if you aren’t sure your recipient will appreciate a pricey bouquet, take a look at this site’s other gifting options.
12. Venus Et Fleur
If these arrangements of roses look familiar, that’s because you’ve probably seen them pop up on the Instagram feed of an influencer you follow. Venus Et Fleur specializes in Eternity Roses, which are preserved blooms that last up to a year when properly cared for. However, long-lasting roses don’t come cheap. A single preserved bloom costs $39, and larger arrangements range from a couple of hundred dollars to thousands.
13. Bloomsy Box
Give the gift of flowers that just keep coming this Valentine’s Day with the Bloomsy Box. This subscription flower delivery service allows you to place a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly order of flowers, so you or your special someone can always have a beautiful bouquet in the house. As an added bonus, the flowers are all sourced from sustainable farms around the world. And, if you don’t want to have a standing monthly order but you want a beautiful bouquet from Bloomsy Box, you can also arrange for one-time deliveries.
14. From You Flowers
If you’re looking for the best flower delivery services online, then this site can’t be beaten for variety and speed. You’ll find same-day options for hundreds of arrangement styles. From You Flowers can also deliver non-floral gifts, like gourmet food baskets, spa-product baskets and even jewelry.
15. The Home Depot
BEST FOR BULK
You know you can buy every kind of tool imaginable at The Home Depot. And, perhaps you already shop there for gardening supplies. But did you know you can also order flowers for delivery from the DIY superstore? The Home Depot specializes in bulk flowers, so if you want to order your significant other 400 long-stem roses, this is where you should check first. 50 red roses (that’s just over four dozen) will only set you back $69. When compared to other delivery services, which charge upwards of $50 for a dozen, you really can’t beat The Home Depot’s prices, even if the flowers aren’t presented in unique arrangements.