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The Best Online Flower Delivery Services That Deliver Nationwide

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The Bouqs Co. / Design by Morgan McMullen

Now that we're in the year 2020, flowers—yes, flowers!—are available online, and can be delivered anywhere, anytime. That means when Valentine's Day approaches and you live *Vanessa Carlton voice* 1,000 miles away from your S.O., you can never go wrong by sending a gorgeous bouquet with a card as a token of your love. Here, our favorite online flower services that deliver same-day or next-day without sacrificing presentation and quality.

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1 ProFlowers

ProFlowers is part of a larger network called FTD, which delivers flowers across the country while supporting local florists with technology, marketing, and digital services. The site has an arrangement of Valentine's (and Galentine's!) Day gifts to help you show your love and appreciation for your S.O. and your friends.

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3 White Flower Farm

If you want to stick to a family-owned flower delivery service, White Flower Farms based in Connecticut provides customers with both indoor and outdoor plants, as well as a full gift guide depending on the occasion. Standard shipping can cost as low as $10 depending on how much you spend on a bouquet...or three.

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4 The Bouqs Company

If not for the $12 nationwide delivery and gorgeous array of sustainable flowers (seriously, they have everything from daisies to sunflowers that are cut and delivered straight from the farm), head to The Bouqs company for special discounts as Valentine's Day approaches. (They gave 20 percent off the Mother's Day collection last year!)

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7 Urban Stems

The best part about Urban Stems? Free delivery on Every. Single. Order. (This includes next-day delivery nationwide, and if you're in NYC or D.C. they ship same-day.) The company aims to present all of their plants and flowers as a gifting experience, so expect to receive stylish bouquets and, of course, an option for a personalized note.

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8 BloomNation

Founded in 2011, BloomNation prides itself on local flower delivery with access to thousands of florists across the U.S. Shop by city to see the florists and designs available in your area. Each bouquet is personally hand-delivered by the locals, and they set their own delivery fees.

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9 Amazon Prime

If you need flowers fast and don't want to spend one more second thinking about which service is right for you, Amazon Prime members can head right over to the site for free same-day delivery. Just make sure to look at the special delivery notes near the checkout to make sure yours can be delivered on time.

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11 Venus ET Fleur

For a more luxurious floral experience, Venus ET Fleur is known for their Eternity Roses arrangements that last a whole year (!) with no water and no maintenance. Delivery is available across the U.S., with same-day delivery in NYC and L.A., and each arrangement comes in a chic square, round, or heart-shaped hat box.

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12 Winston Flowers

Boston residents may be familiar with Winston Flowers, one of the city's oldest florists, founded in 1944. The company, which delivers nationwide through its network of partners, is known for its luxurious bouquets and its commitment to local charities with an option for customers to submit donation requests.

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13 Primary Petals

If you want fresh flowers delivered every month (or once per week or twice per month), Primary Petals' L.A.-based flower subscription service will deliver 'em straight to your door. Type in your zip code, pick your petals, and voilà—you now have fresh flowers awaiting you when you get home from work.

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