The best bouquets from classic roses to rainbow buttercups
Flowers are practically a given on Valentine’s Day. While you could send a dozen roses and call it a day, sometimes you just want to go over the top with a luxury arrangement that will truly wow your recipient. But knowing that you want to get big in the flower department and knowing where to buy flowers for Valentine’s Day are two completely different things.
Even some of the best flower delivery services will be happy to load you up with inexpensive loads and greenery, or worse, go deeper into the cheese with extras like teddy bears or plastic hearts. The perfect place is to land on a lush, luxurious bouquet, without stepping into sticky territory. With that in mind, here are some of the best and most beautiful Valentine’s Day flowers you can buy online.
The best romantic flowers for Valentine’s Day
The majesty by Urban Stems
This lush bouquet from Urban Stems features a lovely blend of roses, mini calla lilies, lisianthus, buttercup, Veronica, sweet William, thistle, delphinium and snapdragons. In royalty-worthy shades of pink and purple, this arrangement whispers romance. Enhance your selection with a tall glass vase, a gold striped “Reese” vase or a modern gray vase for a perfectly polished look.
The best roses for Valentine’s Day
Red Valentine’s Day Roses by Global Rose
With options to send between one and 1,000 roses in any color and variety you can imagine, Global Rose truly has the best selection when it comes to this Valentine’s Day favorite. Go classic with a few dozen long-stemmed red roses (pictured above) or go for some special garden roses – you won’t believe the heavenly scent. Planning an over the top romantic evening? It’s also the best place to buy rose petals of any color (starting at $ 85 for 3,500 petals).
The best inexpensive flowers for Valentine’s Day
Be My Baby Bouquet by Pro Flowers
If you want to stand out without breaking the bank, go for a bouquet with lots of big flowers, like this one from Pro Flowers. A sweet mix of roses, lilies, hydrangea and limonium, this 18-stemmed stunner will only set you back $ 35 right now thanks to an ongoing Valentine’s Day promotion. Even the deluxe version, which includes 28 farm-fresh flowers, foliage, and a clear glass vase, costs less than $ 50.
The best luxury flowers for Valentine’s Day
FTD Flowers You and Me Luxury Bouquet
A clever mix of red, pink, and hot pink roses, hydrangeas, snap dragons, and other flowers, this massive arrangement is one of FTD’s premium offerings, which only comes in one size (and price) instead of tiered options. The varied textures and elevated color palette give this bouquet a lush sculptural appeal that will appeal to even the most discerning recipients.
The best Valentine’s Day peonies
Sarah from Ode to the Rose
Peonies are a favorite flower of many romantics, with their lush, fluffy blooms and intense scent. But they can be difficult to find this time of year, as the variety is in season during the summer in the United States. Lucky for you, Ode a la Rose offers a simple yet charming peony bouquet with flowers imported from Chile. If your Valentine loves peonies, you can’t go wrong with this choice, available in bouquets of 10 to 30 stems. (Note, peonies are often shipped when the buds are tightly closed to maximize freshness; opt for more stems for a lush-looking bouquet upon arrival.)
The best bright and colorful flowers for Valentine’s Day
Candy Hearts by ProFlowers
A fun mix of pink and orange roses, Peruvian lilies, purple carnations, mini roses and hot pink, this technicolor bouquet is the right choice to brighten up your mother, sister or your best on February 14 friend. The Large Bouquet, priced at $ 100, is big enough to show you’ve gone all out. But if you like the look but don’t want to waste so much paste, slightly more delicate versions of the same bouquet are available starting at $ 65.
The best arrangement of buttercups for Valentine’s Day
Rainbow Buttercup Remarkable by Bouqs
If your Valentine has suggested that her favorite flower is the delicate buttercup, look no further than this sherbet-colored bouquet. Accented with silver dollar eucalyptus, the flowers in this arrangement are grown in California and available in bouquets of 10 ($ 59), 20 ($ 74), and 30 stems ($ 89). Signing up for monthly delivery – you can change recipients later – saves you 30%.
The best tulips for Valentine’s Day
Farm Girl Flowers Founders’ Day Punch
With 24 stems of California-grown pink Columbus tulips, this pink and white bouquet is the best way to please anyone who counts tulips among their favorite flowers. Columbus tulips are a fancy double tulip variety, which means they have extra petals and a very large flower.
The best Valentine’s Day lilies
Be my love bouquet
Combining snow-white lilies with classic red roses and a sprinkle of daisies, the Be My Love bouquet is all about romance. The red and white combo is the perfect touch for Valentine’s Day, while the greenery adds a little much needed freshness during the winter months.
The best bouquet of wild flowers for Valentine’s Day
wild about you
The Wild About U bouquet from The Bouqs Company has a desert-inspired vibe that’s perfect for the wildflower loving Valentine in your life. It combines alstroemeria, solidago, and aster with plant-friendly succulents that keep love alive long after Valentine’s Day.
The best rose bouquet for Valentine’s Day
Double the bouquet of pink champagne
Sometimes pink can come close to cheese, but that tastefully done pink bouquet is anything but. Combining blush and coral tones, the range of scabiosas, carnations, two-tone roses and spray roses is sophisticated and luminous.
The most spectacular flowers of Valentine’s Day
The adored of urban rods
Featuring deep purple garden roses, buttercups, sacbiosas, variegated pittosporum, blue thistle and eucalyptus, this beautiful bouquet is all dramatic. The striped ceramic vase is included, while you can choose to add little extras like Sugarfina champagne teddy bears or a salted caramel chocolate bar for an even sweeter surprise.
The best DIY flowers for Valentine’s Day
If your Valentine is a budding floral designer, this DIY bouquet from Farmgirl Flowers is the perfect choice. The transport includes 35 stems in total – three to four varieties of fresh seasonal flowers and one to two choices of pieces and greens. Once it arrives, you can arrange the flowers yourself, however you like.
The best Valentine’s Day flowers and something more
Bouquet and nostalgia candle destined to be
Fresh farm roses would make a lovely Valentine’s Day gift on their own, but throw in a love-themed candle from the cool Homesick Candles brand and you’ve really pushed it to the limit. The bouquet features 16 stems of mixed color roses and spray roses, while the candle features notes of rose petals, jasmine, sandalwood, lemon and red plum.
The best Valentine’s Day flowers
The Romeo by Urban Stems
It might be called the Romeo, but this bright and fun mix of special roses, buttercups, and fancy dianthus is the kind of bouquet hat only your best girlfriend would know you’d love. Opt to double the flowers for an additional fee.
The most durable Valentine’s Day flowers
Heart-shaped box of roses stabilized by Rose Box
Rose Box specializes in a new concept: hat boxes filled with stabilized Ecuadorian roses, which last over a year without maintenance. The brand’s Instagram-friendly designs are the epitome of over-the-top bouquets, with mini hat boxes starting at $ 109 and fetching up to $ 1,000 and up for jumbo boxes filled with up to 150 flowers.
The best Valentine’s Day flowers, small but mighty
Farm Girl Flowers Mini Valentine
Even the smallest arrangements of Farm Girl Flowers beat the big ones when it comes to quality. This gorgeous, seasonal bouquet combines a burgundy, magenta, and purple palette of mixed roses, anenomas, orchids, and other fresh flowers in a leopard-speckled glass vase. The service also offers larger versions of the same bouquet, but why bother when the mini is so perfect?
The best Valentine’s Day flowers on the same day
How sweet by Teleflora
Some of us aren’t always the best planners, and that doesn’t mean we love our Valentine’s Day less. If you forgot to order in advance and don’t want to treat your loved one to a bouquet from the bodega, go for a same-day arrangement from Teleflora. The service prompts you to add your zip code so you can easily see what’s available at local florists in your area. Options vary, but expect plenty of classic arrangements with simple vase options, like the colorful bouquet pictured above. (And psst, if you live in a metro area, definitely check out Floom for more modern designs).