Send Flowers: The Best Flower (and Plant) Delivery Services for Valentine’s Day
If plants and flowers are their love language, send flowers!
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Send Flowers for Valentine’s Day
Send flowers! If you’re not sure what to get your sweetheart or loved one for Valentine’s Day this year, you really can’t go wrong with a flower or plant delivery. A fresh bouquet of buds or potted green plant is sure to brighten their day. And that special feeling can last weeks if you choose the right flower and plant delivery service that provides healthy and beautifully arranged stems. Here are our favorite ways to send flowers.
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Send Flowers: Urban Stems
Whether you’re looking for dramatic long-stemmed red roses, a minimalist white bouquet or a potted Blue Bell Fern (known as the Love Fern), Urban Stems has a wide selection with prices starting around $35. Next-day nationwide delivery is available (phew). The company also offers a subscription service if you want to regularly treat yourself or your sweetheart with fresh flowers to make any day special.
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Send Flowers: Pro Flowers
Send flowers on a budget with Pro Flowers. This floral and plant company has a selection of high quality goods for under $40. We’re partial to the lavender fields mixed bouquet that consists of white Asiatic Lilies, purple Super Select Alstroemeria and purple Button Pom. Send it without a vase and you’ll have room in the budget to add an order of Belgian chocolate-covered strawberries. Yum!
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Send Flowers: The Bouqs Co.
Looking for an eco-friendly way to send flowers? The California-based Bouqs Co. is on it. They source their stems from eco-friendly farms that recycle water, minimize waste and use sustainable growing practices while ensuring the freshest blooms. Shopping the site is easy. You can browse by cost or delivery time, and the farmers and farms are highlighted for each product. Excuse us while we order these heart-shaped cactuses.
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Send Flowers: 1-800-Flowers
In business for over 40 years, 1-800-Flowers always has some sort of sale or promotion discount going on. You can shop for flowers and plants by type, and add on all sorts of goodies like balloons, stuffed animals and edible treats. It’s also one of the most creative online florists with a huge array of vases and arrangements. For Valentine’s Day, we’re partial to this unexpected red rose heart-shaped wreath.
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Send Flowers: Terrain
If you’ve got a gardener in your life, they might like a floral bouquet but LOVE a delivery of potted flowers or bulbs—like lilies, hyacinth, dahlia, peonies and more—that can be planted in the garden for a seasonal reminder of your love. Terrain also has unique floral-adjacent offerings like quince branches that will bloom for about two weeks, and fresh heather wreaths that dry on the door into spring.
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Send Plants: Costa Farms on Amazon
Yep, you can get live plants delivered through Amazon. Costa Farms, headquartered in Miami, is one of the largest horticulture growers in the world. With just a few clicks on Amazon you can send succulents, Snake Plants, cactuses, blooming house plants, bamboo and bonsai straight to your loved one’s door. Some (but not all) of the plants are available with Prime shipping, so you can get them where they need to go fast and free.
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Send Flowers: BloomsyBox
Go big and send flowers every month with BloomsyBox! Gifting a loved one with a regular flower delivery is a fantastic way to fill their space with a rotation of gorgeous fresh blooms. All bouquet subscriptions are sourced from sustainable farms and come with free delivery. Choose from weekly, biweekly or monthly subscriptions from $44 per month and up. There’s even a rose subscription. Perfect!
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Send Flowers: FTD
Send flowers with FTD if you’re looking for something highly specific, like a milestone birthday or Valentine’s Day plants. FTD also has reliably good sale prices, with big markdowns on gorgeous arrangements. Same-day delivery is available on certain bouquets, so your loved one will never know you forgot to plan ahead.
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Send Plants: The Sill
Petite knock-out roses? Check. Zz plants? Check. White orchids? Check. The Sill sells every type of houseplant, from trendy to classic. You’re bound to find the perfect plant gift for the plant parent in your life. P.S. don’t forget to add an “I Dig You” plant stake.