The Best Flower Delivery Services for Every Occasion

No wilted arrivals here.

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Betsy Farrell

Fresh blooms are a go-to gift for a reason. Whether your loved one favors white roses, ranunculus, or succulents, a gorgeous arrangement is an instant mood booster. But with new delivery options cropping up right and left, which one should you go for? These top-rated services have our vote to arrive in tip-top shape ... and on time.

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ProFlowers
ProFlowers

Known for its "fresh-from-the-field" flowers, ProFlowers also offers plants and gourmet goods. Plus, there's an entire section dedicated to same-day deliveries ... so she'll still get her Valentine's Day roses even if you procrastinate.

Buy this bouquet: Rose Gold Glow, $50,  

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Amazon
Amazon

Here's another perk for you members: With your subscription, you can get fresh blooms delivered from dozens of brands with free, two-day shipping. 

Buy this bouquet: Flower of the Month Club, $130 for three months,

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Farm Girl Flowers
Farmgirl Flowers

Each of Farmgirl Flowers' arrangements are unique, meaning no two bouquets will ever look the same. Plus, they come delivered in the company's signature "upcycled" biodegradable coffee bags donated by local coffee roasters. 

Buy this bouquet: Fun Size Burlap Wrapped Bouquet, $48 for 10 stems,

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FTD
FTD

It stands for Florists' Transworld Delivery, and the company's business model has lasted over 100 years. They've created a network of FTD florists so that when you order, they'll source the one closest to your recipient. So yeah, same day delivery is no sweat for these guys.

Buy this bouquet: Hold Me in Your Heart Rose Bouquet, $60 (vase included),

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1-800 Flowers
1-800-Flowers

After comparing the service to other popular brands, The GolfHr Institute found that the arrangement from 1-800-Flowers was the only option that lasted longer than a week. Talk about impressive! 

Buy this bouquet: Ultimate Elegance Long Stem Lavender Roses, $120 and up,

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BloomNation
BloomNation

This nationwide company sources from 2,000 florists to deliver to 3,000 cities around the country — and its floral pros are the best of the best.  is just one of many notable names on BloomNation's list. (The shop is famous for celebrity weddings, plus some of the red roses that you've seen on The Bachelor).

Buy this bouquet: Soft Expression, $150,

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Venus Et Fleur
Venus Et Fleur

A box of fresh roses is the gift that keeps on giving — literally. The buds are pricey, but they'll last for up to a year, no watering necessary. So one order will last until next Valentine's Day! 

Buy this bouquet: Eternity Small Custom Arrangement, $299,

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Urban Stems
Urban Stems

If you're flower shopping on a budget, UrbanStem's bouquets start at just $35 — and with its you can make sure your love has a fresh batch every one, three, or six months. Just be sure to check its  before you order. The shop doesn't ship nationwide. 

Buy this bouquet: The Luna, $65,

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BloomThat
BloomThat

The self-described "modern florist" has a so you can send flowers just by pushing a button. Plus, they've mastered custom packaging so that your bouquet arrives safely no matter where in the country its going. 

Buy this bouquet: The Me Day, $121,

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The Home Depot
The Home Depot

Bet you didn't know that this mega home improvement store offered fresh florals. Yep, The Home Depot has more than 170 arrangements to chose from  — all of which come with care instructions and guaranteed freshness. 

Buy this bouquet: Globalrose 100 Fresh Pink Roses, $87,

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