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Online Flower Delivery Is the Best Way to Send Flowers

Flowers will always be a quintessential Valentine's Day gift. Here are the best places to buy them online.

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Getting the perfect flower arrangement no longer requires a mad dash to the florist after work or neglecting the bouquet altogether. You can now get the quality and care of a local florist from behind your computer screen. While there are a lot of ways to get flowers delivered, the best online flower delivery services are the ones that work directly with florists in your area to source fresh flowers and craft them into a gift your friends and family will love to have in their homes this holiday season.

We went on the hunt to find the best of the best so that you can have a gorgeous bouquet sent directly within a day or two (and at a very reasonable price). After taking into account selection, price, locations served, availability and shipping times, these are the best online flower delivery services.

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Price Range: $40+
Delivery Options: Shipping is available in all 50 states and is free with a (free) membership.
Pros: There is a huge selection of creative bouquets to choose from and Bouqs works with local artisans to create its bouquets.
Cons: The stock vase leaves something to be desired.

The Bouqs Company’s bouquets are so beautiful that brides are known to order them for weddings. The service offers sustainably grown, farm-direct bouquets from local artisans, all clearly marked with a price and delivery date so there are no surprises at checkout.


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Yours Truly Bouquet

  • Huge Selection
  • Creative Bouquets
  • Work with Local Artisans

  • Flowers Don't Last Long in Stock Vase
teleflora bouquet on table with tea set

Price Range: $35+
Delivery Options: Same-day delivery on select arrangements for orders placed before 3 p.m. Monday-Friday and by noon on weekends.
Pros: Bouquets are handmade by local florists, there are options for a wide range of holidays and, if you want, you can pay in payments with Klarna.
Cons: The site feels slightly impersonal when shopping.

Teleflora’s wide array of floral arrangements and gifts will make the perfect Mother's Day gift and an ideal pick-me-up for any and all occasions. All options are handmade and delivered by local florists.


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Hello Beautiful Bouquet

  • Handmade by Local Florists
  • Options for a Wide Range of Holidays
  • Offers Pay-in-Four with Klarna

  • Feels Slightly Impersonal to Shop
The Sill
The Sill

Price Range: $5+
Delivery Options: No same-day delivery, but there are physical locations in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Pros: A plant is a longer-lasting gift, there is a solid offering of seasonal plants plus a handful of thoughtful gifts.
Cons: If you want actual flowers, there aren't a lot of options.

The Sill doesn’t offer your typical bouquet, but it is a leading brand in potted plants, which make equally great gifts and can last exponentially longer than a bundle of roses. The Sill carries live and faux plants from desk-sized varieties to larger floor plants. They do, however, have seasonal flowering plants and bouquets.


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Petite Orange Orchid
The Sill

  • Longer-lasting Gift
  • Offer Seasonal Flowering Plants
  • Wide Variety of Plants and Gifts

  • Lacks Options When It Comes to Actual Flowers

Price Range: $30+
Delivery Options: Same-day and next-day delivery options for most major US cities and select countries.
Pros: There are way more gift options than just flowers, there are bright bouquets in a ton of colors and same-day delivery is offered.
Cons: Not as many creative designs as the others.

1-800-Flowers is arguably the biggest flower delivery service on the internet with products ranging from flower bouquets to fruit bouquets and teddy bears to pocket knives. The company works with local florists and gardens to ensure freshness.


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Red Roses

  • Has Way More than Just Flowers
  • Bright Bouquets in Every Color
  • Offers Same-Day Delivery

  • Not As Many Creative Designs as Others

Price Range: $59+
Delivery Options: Same-day delivery is $20 and is offered in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego and Houston.
Pros: Emphasis on buying local, elegant, well-thought-out designs and same-day delivery in major markets.
Cons: Not all bouquets are widely available.

Floom works with local, independent florists to provide fast and efficient flower deliveries in most major cities in the US. You can find flowers for a bunch of occasions, including a healthy selection of Mother's Day bouquets.


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Deep Rose

  • Emphasizes Buying Local
  • Elegant, Well-Thought-Out Designs
  • Same Day Delivery in Major Markets

  • Not All Bouquets Are Widely Available
Florists' Transworld Delivery (FTD)

Price Range: $30+
Delivery Options: FTD offers free same-day delivery on orders placed before 2 p.m.
Pros: FTD has been in business for over 100 years, delivery is speedy and the site is easy to navigate and shop.
Cons: Overall bouquet styling doesn't wow at first sight like some others.

FTD has been around for 100 years, so you can be sure its flowers and bouquets have something to do with its longevity. Choose from a variety of gift baskets, bouquets and assorted gifts to delight your loved ones (or your mother) this holiday season.


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Fiesta Bouquet

  • Been In Business for Over 100 Years
  • Fast Delivery
  • Site Is Easy to Navigate and Shop

  • Bouquets Don't Wow At First Sight
Urban Stems
Urban Stems

Price Range: $35+
Delivery Options: Same-day delivery available in New York City, D.C., Philadelphia, Austin and Baltimore. Next-day shipping is available in the lower 48.
Pros: Bouquets are sleek and modern, there is a big selection and the company works with sustainable farms.
Cons: Can only shop within your area.

Urban Stems offers a range of gift boxes, plants and bouquets, all clearly marked with prices and delivery options before you get to the checkout page. The company works directly with agriculturally sustainable farms that are Rainforest Alliance Certified, so you know everything you're ordering has been grown and harvested the right way.


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The Love Spell

  • Offer Sleek, Modern Bouquets
  • Wide Selection
  • Works With Sustainable Farms

  • Can Only Shop Within Your Market

Price Range: $20+
Delivery Options: Next-day and same-day delivery are available nationwide.
Pros: Vibrant, colorful bouquets with a wide variety of flower types and it's easy to see what is available in your area.
Cons: Lack of Mother's Day-specific bouquets.

Pro Flowers offers an impressive range of floral arrangements, from plant-it-yourself kits to pale pinks surrounded by verdant greens bouquets. Some of its flowers are delivered directly from a local florist, while others will ship in a box, so be sure to check which is the case when ordering.


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Butterfly Kisses Bouquet

  • Vibrant, Colorful Bouquets
  • Wide Variety of Flower Types
  • Easy to See What's Available in Your Area

  • No Mother's Day-specific Options
Amazon Prime Flowers

Price Range: $20+
Delivery Options: Free shipping for Prime members. Same-day delivery is available in certain locations.
Pros: Orders placed between M-Th are automatically shipped overnight, you get the familiar Amazon shopping experience and it is easy to tack on other gifts.
Cons: There aren't many exciting options.

Amazon has a wide variety of fresh flowers available for two-day delivery, plus the ability to add on candy and other small gifts. Use it to order a bouquet, or order single flowers to make your own bouquet for an extra-personal touch.


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Benchmark Bouquets Assorted Peruvian Lilies
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  • M-Th Orders Automatically Shipped Overnight
  • Familiar Amazon Shopping Experience
  • Easy to Tack on Other Gifts

  • Not Many Exciting Options
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