18 Best Online Flower Delivery Services to Order From

Send a beautiful bouquet to your S.O. or a best friend.

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Online flower delivery services have become a safe and easy gift option during the pandemic. As Valentine's Day quickly approaches and you find yourself living *Vanessa Carlton voice* 1,000 miles away from your S.O. or a best friend you haven't seen since last March, you can never go wrong by sending a gorgeous bouquet with a card as a token of your love. Here, our favorite online flower delivery services that don't sacrifice presentation and quality, most of which have the ability to deliver same-day or next-day.

1. H.Bloom

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H.Bloom is one of the leading luxury floral services and has an entire section for same-day flower delivery if you prefer to stress yourself out the day of. The company typically charges a flat delivery fee rate of $15 on every arrangement.


2. Poppy Flowers

Poppy Flowers has no shortage of gorgeous bouquets to pick from. The Washington, D.C.-based company gives customers the option to receive handcrafted bouquets from a network of floral designers, or their own DIY flower kit. Delivery is usually between five to seven days, so make sure to plan ahead!


3. Oat Cinammon

Brooklyn-based floral company Oat Cinnamon, founded by Ryan Norville, has beautiful arrangements to choose from. For those on the West Coast, the shop will be doing two weeks of fresh orders for the Los Angeles area.


4. The Sill

Plant moms, rejoice. If you don't have a preference between flowers or plants, The Sill has an incredible collection of chic houseplants that can be delivered straight to your door. Orders under $10 have a $5 flat shipping fee, orders between $10 to $100 have a $10 flat shipping fee, orders over $100 have a $25 flat shipping fee, and "Plant Parent Club Members" are eligible for free shipping.


5. UrbanStems 

UrbanStems features same-day delivery in Washington, D.C. and NYC + next-day delivery nationwide. 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.


6. Terrain

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Terrain provides fresh bouquets and flowers year-round for customers. It's a bonus ordering through this gardening authority, considering whoever receives the flowers will definitely want to keep the pot or planter that it comes in. Shipping costs $10 and some items are available for UPS two-day shipping.


7. 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.


8. 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.


9. FloraQueen

Since 2004, FloraQueen has delivered fresh flowers to over 100 countries (!) in its distinct FloraQueen box, so now you have zero excuses not to send a gift to your long distance European S.O. (or your mom).


10. 1-800-Flowers 

1-800-Flowers has every type of flower you could possibly imagine with the option of same-day delivery. Bonus: Chocolate and jewelry can also be sent with the flowers if you're feeling extra generous.


11. Farmgirl Flowers 

Farmgirl Flowers ships to 48 states across the U.S. (sorry Alaska and Hawaii residents) with the option to design your own arrangement. The ethically-sourced company is known for its gorgeous presentations, wrapping each bouquet in reused burlap coffee bags from local roasters.


12. White Flower Farm

If you want to stick to a family-owned flower delivery service, Connecticut-based White Flower Farm 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.


13. Floom

Floom starts at $49 + $15 delivery with direct service from local florists, so it doesn't feel like you're taking away from small businesses. The bouquets you see on the site are what you get (a rarity on the World Wide Web), which is great for those of us who want need that peace of mind when sending a gift to someone important to us.


14. 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.


15. 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.


16. 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.


17. 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.


18. 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.


Rachel Epstein

Rachel Epstein is a writer, editor, and content strategist based in New York City. Most recently, she was the Managing Editor at Coveteur, where she oversaw the site’s day-to-day editorial operations. Previously, she was an editor at Marie Claire, where she wrote and edited culture, politics, and lifestyle stories ranging from op-eds to profiles to ambitious packages. She also launched and managed the site’s virtual book club, #ReadWithMC. Offline, she’s likely watching a Heat game or finding a new coffee shop.