BloomsyBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – February 2019


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BloomsyBox is a bouquet subscription box that specializes in unique, single-variety blooms. Every month, they ship a selection of seasonal flowers “farm fresh to your door.” BloomsyBox works exclusively with Veriflora and Rainforest Alliance certified farms, two organizations that help promote responsible and sustainable growing practices.

This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

This is a review of the monthly BloomsyBox size M, $49.99 per month, box.

About BloomsyBox

The Subscription Box: BloomsyBox

The Cost: $39.99 per month for Bloomsy S, $49.99 per month for Bloomsy M, and $54.99 per month for Bloomsy L. 

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use code VDAY19 to save 15% off Medium or Large boxes!

The Products: A seasonal bouquet of single-variety blooms, cut to order.

Ships to: US for free

BloomsyBox February 2019 Review

BloomsyBox bouquets arrive with their blooms wrapped in paper and then in plastic for protection.

The stems are secured to the box with a zip tie so they don’t jostle around and protected by styrofoam. They usually have a BloomsyBox-themed ribbon wrapped around them but this month it was a simple red ribbon. I like that better because then I can reuse it!

In past months, I’ve received two packets of flower food with BloomsyBox branding on the packaging, but this month’s just included one packet of FloraLife brand flower food. That’s not the only thing that was out-of-the-ordinary about my February box: there were no cards explaining what types of blooms I received, no Rain Forest Alliance info, and finally, this month’s bouquet was not single-variety! Mysteries all around!

As usual, I filled my vase about halfway with room temperature water and added the entire packet of flower food.

Then I snipped the ends of my stems at an angle. Some of them were very woody and required that I sort of just broke them with my scissors.

Wow, these are gorgeous! I’m not sure how they arrived to me looking so fresh seeing that they weren’t in water while in transit. I absolutely love the berries—they add a wintry touch—and the sprig of eucalyptus.

Despite the lack of info, I recognize many of the flowers in this bouquet. The big, bright pink ones are calla lilies, and the softer pink ones are stargazer lilies. There are also pale pink gerbera daisies mixed in. I love the way this mix of blossoms looks in my angled gold vase.

Here the flowers are the next day displayed on my piano. They looked just as fresh as they did on day one, and, while not pictured here, they also looked amazing on day three. I think using a vase with a small opening helps them look perky since they don’t have a choice but to stand tall, but even the petals themselves remained crisp.

Verdict: After two single-variety deliveries from BloomsyBox, my third month brought a mixed bouquet of very fresh-looking flowers. This was my favorite delivery yet! Both because the bright color brought a bit of brilliance to my winter days, and because they arrived in the best condition out of any of the flowers I’ve received so far. This box costs $49.99, and this month was the best value to date, in my opinion. 

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, you’ll receive the March bouquet. Boxes ship between the 16th and the 23rd of each month.

LIMITED TIME DEAL: Use code VDAY19 to save 15% off Medium or Large boxes!

Check out all of our BloomsyBox reviews and more of our flower delivery reviews in the Home Subscription Box List!

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Written by Christen Russo

Christen Russo

Christen stepped into the world of subscription boxes by signing up for Graze. After her world was changed (for the better, obviously) by a steady delivery of amazing snacks, she realized she needed to expand her horizons to include deliveries of eco-friendly products, clothes, and beyond.

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2 Comments

  1. Well… this does seem to be a step up from the other months you have reviewed. But I would be curious to see if they are still looking fresh after a week or more. The previous months the blooms have died on you so quickly. The value was not there for the amount you paid for 1 bouquet. This month while I still feel it is very expensive looks better and like it might last longer that the others.
    The price does still leave me in the “easy pass” category though.

    • Hi Dawn! It’s now been 9 days since I unpacked my bouquet and it’s still looking great! About 2 days ago I had to remove 2 calla lilies that started looking brown, and just this morning some of the stargazers started to hang out to the side a little, but I actually like how they look–they open the bouquet up a little. So, yes, I agree, so far this month has been a MUCH better deal than the last two I reviewed! Thanks for reading along. 🙂

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