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The 15 Best Flower Delivery Services and Subscriptions

Christen Russo
ByChristen RussoOct 5, 2021 | 6 comments

Fresh flower delivery is a timeless, reliable way of showing love, celebrating a milestone, or simply making a house feel like a home. Plus, with Valentine's Day just around the corner, a flower delivery is an excellent way to surprise your sweetheart! This list includes flower delivery companies that offer a range of arrangements, some with options for both one-time delivery and subscription services. Which one will be responsible for brightening up your desk, dining room table, or dresser?

Best Flower Delivery Services and Subscriptions

1. BloomsyBox

Cost: Monthly subscriptions start at 39.99. Bi-weekly subscriptions are $49.99. Weekly subscriptions are $44.99. Sign up here!

Delivers to: The US.

Good to Know: BloomsyBox specializes in single-variety bouquets, and they also source flowers directly from Rainforest Alliance-certified suppliers in South America, Holland, Thailand, and California.

The Experience: The BloomsyBox website is an information-packed corner of the internet, with images of the sourcing and hand-tying processes so you have a sense of what's going on behind the scenes.

2. Enjoy Flowers

Enjoy Flowers Subscription Box Review

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Cost: Subscriptions start at $41.65 + free shipping. One-time purchases start at $59.00 + free shipping. Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Get up to 17% off + free shipping with code

Delivers to: The US.

Good to Know: This is a women-owned, family-run company. They work with their own sustainable farms in Colombia, which employ workers with above-average wages and benefits.

The Experience: Enjoy Flowers offers subscription options with a classic and a rustic vibe, as well as a DIY option that allows you to create your own bouquet with the flowers you receive. One-time bouquet purchases are delivered on Thursdays and Fridays, so you'll need to plan ahead if your one-time bouquet is intended as a gift.

3. The Bouqs Co.

The Bouqs Finished Bouquet and Box

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Cost: Same-day delivery starts at $60. Next-day delivery starts at $39. N0-rush delivery starts at $36. Subscriptions start at $36 (subscribers receive a 20% discount + free delivery). Sign up here!

Delivers to: The US.

Good to Know: The Bouqs Co. sources the flowers they sell from farms with sustainable practices. For same-day deliveries they work with local florists to create the bouquets found on their site, and in some cases are able to deliver within 2 hours.

The Experience: The Bouqs Co. offers a boutique-y vibe and the option to shop by origin (as in, the location where the flowers were grown), flower type, or occasion. They also have an app you can use to schedule flower deliveries ahead.

4. The Fresh Cut Flower of the Month Club

Cost: Subscriptions cost $35.95/month + $14 shipping. Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: 10% off

Delivers to: The Continental US.

Good to Know: This subscription comes with a newsletter that explains the history of the flower featured that month, where it originated, how it was grown, and arranging tips.

The Experience: This flower subscription has a classic feel to it, with a focus on history and facts. It's good for those who not only love to enjoy the beauty of flowers but also want to learn more about them. Let the monthly delivery be a surprise, or go to The Fresh Cut Flower of the Month Club site to see a preview.

5. Flower of the Month Club

Cost: Subscriptions cost $45.95/month + free shipping. Sign up here!

Delivers to: The Continental US.

Good to Know: This subscription requires a minimum of 2 months subscription. Save $50 if you register for 12 months!

The Experience: Flower of the Month Club focuses on high-quality exotic flowers, built into beautiful bouquets. You can choose to have them send you a glass vase with your first shipment for an additional $15. Choose between monthly, bi-monthly, or tri-monthly deliveries.

6. Bold Blossoms

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Cost: Subscriptions start at $40/month + $4.99 shipping. Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Get free shipping on your first order

Delivers to: The US.

Good to Know: 1 month, 3 month, 6 month, and 12 month subscriptions are available.

The Experience: Bold Blossoms is located in California and only works with in-season flowers. Their bouquets are bright, mixed-variety arrangements. Bold Blossoms also offers one-time purchases, as well as workshops in their store location in Brea.

7. 1-800-Flowers

Cost: Bouquets start at $29.99. Shop here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Save 15% on a New Monthly Flower Subscription! No coupon needed - just use this link.

Delivers to: Over 195 countries including the US. Same-day and next-day delivery is available in some locations.

Good to Know: The 1-800-Flowers website has a sale section! They also feature a deal of the week.

The Experience: 1-800-Flowers is a big box, multi-brand gifting site that features flower arrangements but additionally delivers other plants, gift baskets and food, and keepsake gifts such as wind chimes, socks, jewelry, and more.

8. It's By U

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Cost: Subscriptions start at $49.95/delivery. Sign up here!

Delivers to: The Continental US.

Good to Know: Once-per-month and twice-per-month delivery options are available.

The Experience: With It's By U, you choose your flower arrangement style and frequency, your type of subscription (just flowers or flowers + arranging tool starter kit), and wait for your order to arrive. When they do, you should also have an email waiting for you with an instructional video you can use to make your own arrangement.

9. Flower Muse

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Cost: Subscriptions start at $149.99 for 3 months + free shipping. Sign up here!

Delivers to: The US.

Good to Know: Flowers are shipped directly from the farm to your door. The farms are held to the highest environmental standards, and the workers are given wonderful benefits.

The Experience: Flowers can be ordered from Flower Muse in all sorts of ways—in bouquets or in bulk, by single variety or by bouquet design, and as a one-time purchase or a subscription. For next-day delivery, the only flower option available is the romantic David Austin Juliet rose, in a 24 stem count bouquet. Otherwise, there are dozens of blooms to choose from!

10. Pro Flowers

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Cost: Bouquets start at $24.99. Schedule 3 bouquets to be sent at once for $99.99 (discounted from $170.88). Shop here!

ACTIVE DEAL: Save 25% off your first order. No coupon needed - just use this link.

Delivers to: The US and internationally. Same-day delivery is available for some locations.

Good to Know: Pro Flowers is committed to ethical labor standards.

The Experience: Bouquets range from classic flower arrangements to colorful bundles of single-variety stems, to unique blossoms such as "nightfall roses," which are dyed black, and "unicorn roses," which feature multiple bright colors within each rose. The ProGifter™ flower subscription isn't a monthly recurring delivery service; rather, it's an opportunity to save money by ordering 3 gifted bouquets at the same time. Pro Flowers also sells potted plants in a variety of stylish planters.

11. Urban Stems

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Cost: One-time purchases start at $35. Weekly, bi-weekly, and monthly subscriptions start at $50 per delivery. Sign up here!

ACTIVE DEAL: 10% off subscriptions

Delivers to: The US. Urban Stems ships same-day in New York and DC; they ship next-day within the US.

Good to Know: Their stems are sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms.

The Experience: They only work with seasonal blooms, so their bouquet options are rotating and they don't take custom orders. They also sell a variety of potted plants.

12. Flowers for Dreams

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Cost: Bouquets start at $35. Subscriptions start at $35 for monthly delivery, $70 for bi-weekly delivery, and $140 for weekly delivery. Sign up here!

Delivers to: Regions surrounding Milwaukee and Chicago. Free delivery (by bicycle when possible) is available in many parts of those two cities.

Good to Know: This company donates 25% of their net profits to local charities in Chicago & Milwaukee, which is where their 2 stores are located.

The Experience: Artisan bouquets are created with flowers from local farms, all of which are listed on the Flowers for Dreams site. They differ from other flower delivery services in that they only offer a handful of bouquets to choose from, which rotate as the seasons change.

13. H.Bloom

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Cost: One-time purchases start at $55. Subscriptions start at $75 per delivery. Sign up here!

Delivers to: The US. They offer same-day delivery.

Good to Know: H.Bloom specializes in business arrangements and corporate flower gifting.

The Experience: This flower delivery service is for those seeking luxury in their arrangements. Their bouquets range from simple and romantic to chic and striking. Subscribers receive a complimentary design consultation with a floral designer so that their specific space (home or business) and needs can be considered in their custom arrangements.

14. Venus ET Fleur

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Cost: A single rose starts at $39. Arrangements range from $79 to $1,499. Shipping costs vary. Shop here!

Delivers to: The US and internationally. Same-day delivery may be available for orders within New York City, Upstate New York, North Jersey, or Los Angeles. 50+ international shipping countries listed here.

Good to Know: Venus ET Fleur has brick-and-mortar locations in Paramus, New Jersey, Greenwich St. in New York, and Mayfair, London for those wishing to make an in-person purchase.

The Experience: This company has developed a technique for creating long-lasting roses, which they call "Eternity® Roses," using a process of bleaching, then treating the roses with wax and natural oils to preserve them. Once dehydrated, they then soak the roses in dye, which is how they gain the color you see on the petals. With proper care, their roses can last up to a year.

15. Farmgirl Flowers

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Cost: Bouquets start at $50, subscriptions not available. Shop here!


Delivers to: The US. This shop is located in San Francisco, CA, and if you're local, they'll deliver your flowers by bicycle. Though they deliver daily during the week, they do not accept rush delivery requests.

Good to Know: They work with farms that have ethical labor standards, including living wages, avoiding harmful chemicals, and medical benefits. They support as many American flower farmers as possible.

The Experience: Farmgirl Flowers' bouquets have current, contemporary design, and bundles of blossoms isn't where this shop ends. They offer boutonnières, small non-flower plants in planters, year-round wreaths, vases, candles, and even edible treats. Farmgirl Flowers also created a signature burlap-wrapped bouquet method using coffee bags from local roasters! 

Are you a fresh flowers fanatic? Which of these flower delivery services and subscriptions do you see yourself using most?

Christen Russo
Christen Russo

Hi there, I'm Christen! I've been writing with MSA since 2017. I am all sorts of things: a writer, a mother, an outdoors-lover, a low-maintenance self-carer, and general hungry person.

You'll find me collecting stationery and squirreling away stickers, riding bikes and swimming with my family, creating outfits in earth tones and flowy silhouettes that make me feel amazing, wearing big earrings, drinking beer and asking my husband to feed me harmonies to sing, taking my vitamins, living for live music, roping everyone into a craft, being human and vulnerable, and celebrating the phenomenon of being alive.

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I have to give props to The Bouqs. Their super fresh flowers are shipped directly from farms across the world. Unlike some other companies (I’m looking at you, ProFlowers), the products are always in tip top condition with zero wilted or smashed flowers. And their prices are quite reasonable – a lot of their bouquets are under $40.

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Christen Russo

I love me a Bouq—hear, hear!

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I’ve been sending flowers to people from Farmgirl Flowers for the last 5 years, and ladies, these are the absolute best flowers and special gift to send to anyone. You really cannot go wrong, and they are unique in their use of greenery to make beautiful arrangements. Just thought I would let you all know 🙂

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Christen Russo

Yasss thank you for sharing your experience, that’s amazing!

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I love love Flowers it is a bummer that flowers are so expensive

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Christen Russo

They are a bit of an investment—I’m considering asking for a flower sub as a gift for Christmas this year!

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