Best Flower Subscriptions

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Flowers can make almost any home feel welcoming, and a flower subscription will help add a bit of life to a mantle or tabletop on a recurring basis. Some of these subscriptions allow you to receive flowers monthly or at more frequent intervals, depending on your needs. Based on factors like price, shipping, and variety, here are the best flower subscription services to sign up for today.

Best Flower Subscriptions of 2022

Best Overall: UrbanStems

Best on a Budget: Bouqs

Best for Roses: BloomsyBox

Best for DIY: Enjoy Flowers

Best Variety: 1-800-Flowers

Best Overall: UrbanStems

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Urban Stems

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Why We Chose It

UrbanStems offers a beautiful selection of seasonal bouquets designed in-house and available for delivery. The company works directly with Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, meaning all flowers are responsibly and sustainably sourced to ensure freshness.

What We Like
  • Different plans for varying budgets

  • Ethically sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms

  • Same- and next-day shipping

  • Large selection of indoor plants

What We Don't Like
  • Pricier than other services

Sign up for flowers on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis, and choose from three different plans:

-Classic (around $55 per delivery)

-Seasonal (about $75 per delivery)

-Luxe (approximately $105 per delivery) 

The Classic and Seasonal options include complimentary vases in the first delivery, while the Luxe package has a different curated vase for each shipment, plus larger arrangements filled with premium flowers.

Bouquets vary with each delivery, so you will be surprised every time. All plans include free shipping and a discount in comparison to one-time orders. Should you have any questions or issues, UrbanStems has excellent customer service available seven days a week.

The company also offers a variety of indoor plants filtered by categories such as air purifying, pet friendly, low light, and low maintenance to help you pick the right fit for your environment and lifestyle.

Best on a Budget: The Bouqs Co.

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Bouqs

Why We Chose It

The Bouqs Co. is another floral service that partners with eco-friendly growers globally to deliver farm-to-table bouquets. The company prides itself on transparency and shares detailed information about where the flowers are sourced. It's also one of the more affordable options: You get 30 percent off bouquets, plus free shipping, with a subscription. 

What We Like
  • Flowers ship directly from farms

  • Affordable options for all types of bouquets

  • Same- and next-day shipping available

  • Subscriptions include 30% off and free delivery

What We Don't Like
  • Same- and next-day shipping is limited in certain areas

Bouqs only cuts the flowers it sells, so no blooms go to waste. The fresh-cut flowers are shipped from the farms to a local florist who designs the arrangement. For regular shipments, sign up for one of the three available subscriptions:

-Original ($40 per month, 10–16 stems) 

-Deluxe ($52 per month, 20–32 stems)

-Grand ($65 per month, 30–45 stems)

The company's subscriptions are particularly flexible with the ability to change delivery frequency to weekly, biweekly, monthly, or bimonthly. Discounts on bouquets, free shipping for every order, and a monthly credit on regular orders are included in all plans.

Houseplants are also available for delivery nationwide and include a modern selection of succulents, air plants, and ornamental greenery.

Best for Roses: BloomsyBox

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Bloomsy Box

Why We Chose It

BloomsyBox is a farm-to-table flower subscription service with weekly, biweekly, and monthly delivery options. The Bloomsy Rose subscription (around $50 per month) is especially notable with a new premium rose variety in each delivery.

What We Like
  • Partners with Rainforest Alliance Certified farms

  • Flowers are shipped in bud form to ensure freshness

  • Weekly, biweekly, and monthly shipping options

What We Don't Like
  • Cannot choose specific flowers for bouquets

The company offers a variety of plans:

-Bloomsy Original (around $45 per month)

-Bloomsy Deluxe (about $50 per month)

-Bloomsy Premium (approximately $55 per month)

-The New York Botanical Garden Collection (around $70 per month)

And, if you want to send a bouquet as a gift, BloomsyBox has a beautiful selection of mixed bouquets, roses, tropical flowers, sunflowers, and plants for one-time deliveries.

All flowers are hand-picked, wrapped in paper, and delivered directly from sustainable Rainforest Alliance Certified farms around the world within days of being cut. The flowers are so fresh that they’re shipped in bud form to bloom on arrival.

Best for DIY: Enjoy Flowers

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Enjoy Flowers

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Why We Chose It

Enjoy Flowers is a family-owned company that has been in the floral business for over 50 years. Flowers are sourced and shipped directly from Colombia, including the ones used in the DIY subscription, which features beautiful loose stems for you to create your own arrangement.

What We Like
  • Robust loyalty program with points that never expire

  • Comes with seven-day freshness guarantee

  • Free shipping

What We Don't Like
  • No weekly subscription option

  • Cannot select specific flowers

Customers can choose from three subscription plans: 

-Signature (around $53 per delivery)

-Farm Fresh (begins at $44)

-DIY (begins at $44)

The Signature subscription includes elegant bouquets with premium varieties of flowers, the Farm Fresh subscription sends seasonal flowers, and the DIY subscription lets you build your own bouquet. Once you choose a plan, select the bouquet size and the delivery frequency (biweekly or monthly). 

Due to the company’s seven-day freshness guarantee, Enjoy Flowers will replace arrangements that do not last a full week. All flowers arrive hand-tied in a box with instructions and flower food to help keep them alive for as long as possible. Delivery is available throughout the contiguous U.S. and shipping is free.

Best Variety: 1-800-Flowers

1-800-Flowers

Why We Chose It

Rather than sending all subscribers the same bouquet each month, 1-800-Flowers allows you to choose a recurring arrangement that best suits your style. The service offers small, medium, and large bouquets as well as a selection of chocolates, fruits, and cheeses.  

What We Like
  • Multiple price tiers—subscribers save 15 percent on bouquets 

  • Can customize the frequency and duration of your subscription

  • Offers one-of-a-kind bouquets designed by local florists

  • You can cancel any time prior to the shipment

What We Don't Like
  • You’ll receive the same bouquet over and over again unless you unsubscribe

  • There is a service charge and shipping fee

After choosing an arrangement, customers can customize the frequency (a shipment every two, four, six, or eight weeks) and duration of their 1-800-Flowers subscription—currently, the plan options are three months, six months, 12 months, or “continue until I stop.”

There’s an impressive variety of bouquets to choose from, including one-of-a-kind designs made by florists near you. Every price range has at least a half-dozen options with different types of blooms. One drawback: If you want a new arrangement, you either have to sign up for a new subscription once your existing one ends or cancel the subscription you have. 

Prices vary based on the bouquet, but subscribers will save 15 percent on all of them. You can also filter the eligible flower subscriptions by price range to find an arrangement that fits your budget (prices start around $40 per bouquet and go up to $290). Additional charges, like a service or delivery fee, depend on your location and delivery date, with increased prices for next-day and weekend delivery. The service fee is free if the flowers are delivered by a local florist.

The Celebrations Passport is a separate service by 1-800-Flowers that offers free shipping and reward points for $19.99 per year. Unfortunately, these perks only apply to the first delivery of your flower subscription, so it’s not worth adding this onto your order.

Final Verdict

There are many factors to consider when choosing a flower subscription service. The Bouqs Co. and BloomsyBox offer farm-to-table blooms, FTD’s arrangements are holiday centerpiece worthy, and the selection at 1-800-Flowers rivals most flower shops. But overall, the best flower subscription service is UrbanStems. 

UrbanStems curates beautiful floral arrangements and surprises you each month with new blooms. You can also order flowers in a pinch with same- and next-day delivery. The company offers three plans with different pricing, making it more accessible for a wider range of budgets. Plus, its seasonal bouquets are sustainably sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, which also helps ensure freshness.

FAQ
  • What Is Included in a Flower Subscription?

    Most flower subscriptions include a bouquet of fresh flowers and some come with a vase. A few companies also offer indoor plant subscriptions. The flowers you receive often align to the current season. Most services provide different plan levels, from basic arrangements to large bouquets with premium flowers. Depending on a specific company’s customization options, you may be able to choose arrangements based on your favorite types of flowers. 

  • How Much Do Flower Subscriptions Cost?

    The cost of flower subscriptions usually ranges from $36 to $100 per delivery, but prices vary depending on the type of flowers, the number of stems, and the size of the arrangement. Most companies give discounts for long-term subscriptions, and some charge an additional fee for shipping.

  • How Often Do Flower Subscriptions Ship?

    Flower subscriptions like UrbanStems and BloomsyBox can be delivered on a weekly, biweekly, and monthly basis, while The Bouqs Co. also offers bimonthly delivery. Some services, like ProFlowers, have a fixed monthly frequency, meaning you can’t pick how often you receive shipments.

Methodology

Flower subscription services were reviewed for quality, freshness, variety of flowers offered, and range of subscription plans. The Spruce also considered sourcing practices as well as price per delivery, customer service, and customer reviews before determining the final list.