Mother’s Day will be there before you know it, and fresh flowers are a must-have gift for a reason. Totally foolproof and absolutely beautiful, a bouquet of flowers is the easiest way to let your mom know how much you love her. But trying to find the perfect floral arrangement for Mother’s Day is not as simple as choosing from roses or hydrangeas. With a multitude of online flower delivery services, it’s important to make sure you find one that is not only reliable, but also offers affordable options that meet your standards. Oh, and for all of you, last-minute buyers, same-day delivery is crucial. That’s why we’ve put together the best flower delivery services, based on what you’re looking to send. We have not only asked our experts from the Good Housekeeping Institute for their recommendations, but we have also ignored customer reviews to ensure that whoever receives your bouquet will be 100% satisfied.
Best overall: 1-800-Flowers
Best Selection: FTD
The company name stands for Transworld Delivery for Florists, and its business model has existed for over 100 years. When ordering, FTD uses a network of local florists, so your flowers are from the one closest to your recipient.
Buy this bouquet: Sunlit Meadows, $ 50, ftd.com
Best subscription: BloomsyBox
BROWSE SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS
BloomsyBox sends hand picked bouquets from environmentally friendly and sustainable farms on a weekly, biweekly or monthly basis. Shipped directly from the farm where they are picked, BloomsyBox flowers arrive only 2 to 4 days after being cut, ensuring only the freshest of flowers.
Great for convenience: Amazon
Here’s another benefit for Amazon Prime members: with your subscription, you can get fresh flowers delivered by dozens of brands with free two-day delivery.
Buy this bouquet: Peruvian Alstromeria Lily, $ 40, amazon.com
Ideal for succulents: Lula’s Garden
With succulent gardens ranging from small to luxurious, you can find something no matter what your budget. In addition, each garden is delivered in a pretty planter gift box. Oh, and these beauties will last long after Mother’s Day.
Buy this garden: Green garden, $ 55, lulasgarden.com
Ideal for same day delivery: ProFlowers
Known for its “fresh field” flowers, ProFlowers also offers plants and gourmet products. In addition, there is an entire section dedicated to same day deliveries.
Buy this bouquet: Perfect day, $ 77, proflowers.com
UrbanStem bouquets starts at just $ 35 – and with its subscription service, you can make sure that your love has a new batch every one, three or six months. FYI: UrbanStems offers free next day delivery across the country.
Buy this bouquet: The Woman, $ 55, urbanstems.com
Best Presentation: Farmgirl Flowers
Each of the Farmgirl Flowers arrangements is unique, which means that two bouquets will never look the same. In addition, they are delivered in the company’s “recycled” biodegradable coffee sachets offered by local roasters.
Buy this bouquet: The burlap just right, $ 79 for 20 stems, farmgirlflowers.com
Best if you live in LA or NYC: Floom
Floom works with a variety of florists in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, San Francisco and Houston, to create unique arrangements. There are great options for same-day delivery, as well as plants – all of which are beautifully designed.
Buy this bouquet: Purple Dream, $ 105, floom.com
Ideal for plant lovers: Bouqs
Bouqs offers succulent plants, aerial plants and more, respectful of the environment, so if your mom prefers plants to flowers, this is your best choice.
Buy this plant: Snake factory, $ 54, bouqs.com
Best for Longevity: Venus And Flower
A box of fresh roses is the gift that keeps on giving – literally. These heads are expensive, but they last up to a year, no watering is necessary. Your gift will last until next year!
Buy these bouquets: Small personalized Eternity arrangement, $ 299, venusetfleur.com
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