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13 Flower Subscriptions Perfect for You (or Your Best Bud)

Need an easy way to cheer up your home (or your BFF)? Try a flower subscription box! These companies ship fresh flowers and plants right to your door so you can have a fresh arrangement whenever you want one.

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A perennial favorite, 1-800-Flowers offers a flower subscription service with multiple levels and options. The Fresh Market Bouquet, for example, can be delivered as often as weekly, every other week, monthly, every six weeks or every other month. You can also choose from the type of bouquets to be delivered and whether or not to send a vase. Prices start well below $40, which makes this one of the best budget-friendly options. (Pssst! Here are the unique vases our stylists love.)

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The Bouqs Co.

One of the internet’s go-to flower shops now offers subscriptions. You can sign yourself (or a loved one) up for monthly bouquet deliveries from the Bouqs Co. The company offers a selection of bouquet options each month. Just make your pick and enjoy your fresh flowers month after month. Besides being pretty, there’s a scientific reason why flowers boost your mood.

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Urban Stems

Want flowers that go beyond basic? Try the Urban Stems flower subscription service. Choose whether you prefer seasonal arrangements, classic blooms or luxe stems. With your first order, they’ll also send you a vase that you can refill time and time again. (Pssst! Here are our ideas for mason jar flower arrangements.)

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Harry & David

This exciting Harry & David Bulb of the Month Club subscription is a fun take on traditional flower subscription models. Instead of pre-cut bouquets, recipients are loaded with regular deliveries of high-quality bulbs they can plant in their own gardens. Choose from three, six or 12-month subscriptions.

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Want flowers from sustainable farms delivered to your door? Try BloomsyBox. This flower company ships bouquets right to you. Pick from classic arrangements, larger bouquets or collections of just roses in monthly, weekly or bi-weekly deliveries for all you romantics out there. Flower subscriptions also make thoughtful retirement gifts.

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The Sill

If cut flowers aren’t your thing, but you love to have a little green in your home—besides your herb garden—try The Sill. This company delivers houseplants right to your door as either a subscription or one-time orders. They have a wide selection, too—everything from easy-to-care-for snake plants to delicate orchids. You can also get tips on how to care for your plants with their online workshops.

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Enjoy Flowers

Looking for a flower subscription you can customize? Try Enjoy Flowers. Pick from multiple styles and sizes of arrangements and have them delivered to you on your schedule. Best of all: The blooms are guaranteed to last a week or more so you can enjoy your flowers for longer. Discover the meanings of each flower so that you can find the perfect blooms.

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Fresh Sends

The Fresh Sends flower subscription model offers the option of a regular send of 15 to 18 stems, or a full send which boasts a robust 24 to 27 stems. The bouquet changes daily in order to provide the freshest pick of market-fresh flowers, and the brand offers previews and hints of what you may receive on their website and Instagram each day. You can also choose your frequency and cancel at any time, which makes this a smart option. By the way, this Amaranth Vase extends the life of your fresh flower bouquets.

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This direct-to-you brand offers single-flower bouquets that accent minimalist homes and decor better than most others. They’re so chic and uniform it almost makes it seem like you have your own garden to cut from. Flowerbx is the ideal subscription for those committed to a single favorite bloom, and offers a range of options from roses to peonies and orchids.

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It’s incredibly easy to schedule flower deliveries ahead of time with Proflower flower subscription options. The service can even secure multiple bouquet deliveries to multiple addresses, so you can treat your mom, sisters and friends all at once. Choose from options including mixed roses, colorful lilies or vibrant alstroemeria bouquets.

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With Floom, you can source your flower subscription deliveries from local, independent florists all over the country. Just type in the delivery zip code, then sift through a variety of specific flower options. Once you’ve made your selection, a gorgeous hand-crafted bouquet will be delivered to the special person on your list whenever you choose.

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You probably already know that FTD offers one of the largest selections of bouquets and arrangements, but they also offer a very useful FTD Gold flower subscription. This genius plan lets you choose from almost anything on the site without paying for standard shipping for an entire year. It also wipes off most surcharges and grants early access to new releases. If you’re thinking of ordering multiple flower subscription gifts, this is certainly the way to go thanks to the massive savings the membership provides for higher volume orders.

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Calyx Flowers

Calyx Flowers offers an eye-catching variety of flower-of-the-month programs that make thoughtful gifts every month of the year. Each bouquet is brimming with fresh-cut flowers and designer-made arrangements no matter the season. Choose from either the Year of Flowers or Grower’s Choice options depending on your style and budget.

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Lisa Kaminski
Lisa is an editor at Taste of Home where she gets to embrace her passion for baking. She pours this love of all things sweet (and sometimes savory) into Bakeable, Taste of Home's baking club. Lisa is also dedicated to finding and testing the best ingredients, kitchen gear and home products for our Test Kitchen-Preferred program. At home, you'll find her working on embroidery and other crafts.
Bryce Gruber
As Home Editor, Bryce Gruber is an expert in gift ideas, shopping, and e-commerce at Taste of Home. You've likely seen her work across a variety of women's lifestyle and parenting outlets and on TV shows. She lives and works in New York's Hudson Valley with her five small children.