The 7 Best Flower Subscriptions of 2020

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Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Urban Stems

"Bouquets vary with each delivery, so you will be surprised every time."

Best for Budget: Bouqs

"With a subscription, you’ll get a discount off bouquets, free shipping for every order, and a monthly credit on regular orders."

Best for Variety: Flower Muse

"With over 20 different subscription packages, Flower Muse offers one of the largest varieties of monthly flower delivery services."

Best for DIY: Enjoy Flowers

"For DIY subscriptions, choose a style, bouquet size, and the frequency of delivery."

Best for Beginners: ProFlowers

"You can either sign up for mixed seasonal flowers or for a specific type, such as roses, daisies, or Peruvian lilies."

Best for Roses: Bloomsy Box

"Bloomsy Box offers a beautiful selection of mixed bouquets, roses, tropical flowers, sunflowers, and plants for one-time deliveries."

Best Design: Farmgirl Flowers

"Farmgirl Flowers supports American farmers and labels which of its arrangements feature U.S.-grown blooms."

Best Overall: Urban Stems

Urban Stems

Urban Stems

Urban Stems offers a beautiful selection of seasonal bouquets, designed in-house and available for a delivery subscription. The company works directly with Rainforest Alliance Certified farms so you can trust that what you receive or send is responsibly and sustainably sourced.

Sign up for flowers on a weekly, biweekly, or monthly basis, and choose from three different plans: Classic (around $50 per delivery), Seasonal (about $75 per delivery), or Luxe (approximately $100 per delivery). The Classic and Seasonal options include complimentary vases in their first deliveries, while the Luxe package has a different, curated vase with each shipment, plus larger arrangements 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 with delivery, Urban Stems has excellent customer service that's available seven days a week.

Urban Stems also offers a notable 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 the environment and lifestyle.

Best for Budget: Bouqs

Bouqs

Bouqs

Bouqs is another floral service that partners with eco-friendly growers around the world to deliver farm-to-table bouquets directly to the consumer. The company prides itself on transparency and shares detailed information about where the flowers are sourced from and who the farmers are.

Bouqs only cuts the flowers it sells, so there aren't any pre-cut blooms going to waste. If you want an arrangement, fresh-cut flowers are shipped from the farms to a local florist to design before delivery. For regular shipments, sign up for Bouqs’ subscription service of fresh-cut flowers, which includes a Farmer’s Market Collection, Classic Collection, and Rose Collection. Three-month memberships begin at around $114 and go up to about $190.

The company's subscription is particularly flexible with the ability to customize delivery dates, size, and flowers, along with changing the recipient as needed. Discounts on bouquets, free shipping for every order, and a monthly credit on regular orders are included in all subscriptions.

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

Best for Variety: Flower Muse

Flower Muse

Flower Muse

Flower Muse offers farm-direct service, meaning flowers are cut on the farm after each order is placed and then shipped directly to the recipient via FedEx.

These beauties are grown on partner farms around the world that work to develop innovative methods for growing flowers such as new varieties, color combinations, ways to extend vase life, and environmentally friendly practices.

With over 20 different subscription packages, Flower Muse offers one of the largest varieties of monthly flower delivery services. Subscriptions start around $150, though the price depends on the flower variety and quantity. You can specify the first delivery date.

Flower Muse offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee upon delivery. All prices include shipping. Changes to any orders can be made as needed, and customer service is always available.

Best for DIY: Enjoy Flowers

Enjoy Flowers

Enjoy Flowers

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, so you will get fresh blooms sent directly to you without any middlemen.

Customers can choose from three subscription styles: Signature, Farm Fresh, and DIY. Signature includes elegant bouquets with premium varieties of flowers, Farm Fresh has seasonal flowers, and DIY features beautiful, loose stems for you to create your own arrangement.

Once you choose a style, select a bouquet size and the delivery frequency (biweekly or monthly). Signature subscriptions start at around $50 per delivery, while Farm Fresh and DIY memberships begin at around $42.

Enjoy Flowers has a seven-day freshness guarantee and will replace flowers that do not last the week. All flowers arrive hand-tied in a signature box with instructions and flower food to maintain their livelihood for as long as possible. Delivery is available throughout the contiguous U.S. states, and shipping is free.

Best for Beginners: ProFlowers

ProFlowers

ProFlowers

ProFlowers (an FTD company) may be typically associated with one-time orders or same-day deliveries, but it also offers a Flower of the Month club for regular deliveries.

You can either sign up for mixed seasonal flowers or a specific type, such as roses, daisies, or Peruvian lilies. Just know that the colors will vary each month, but not the flower type. You can also order flowers with vases for an extra charge.

Three-, six- and 12-month subscription plans are available. You will be prompted to pre-select dates for the next two deliveries or more during the checkout process. Monthly costs range from around $40 to around $60, depending on the bouquet type. Morning or weekend delivery can be selected for an additional surcharge; otherwise, delivery is included.

Interested in buying several subscriptions as gifts for multiple recipients? Select “Multiple Recipients” during online checkout. Flowers are guaranteed to stay fresh for seven days and potted plants for at least 14 days. ProFlowers will replace anything that does not meet those standards.

Best for Roses: Bloomsy Box

Bloomsy Box

Bloomsy Box

Bloomsy Box is a farm-to-table flower subscription service with weekly, biweekly, and monthly delivery options.

Choose from three monthly plans that will surprise you with a variety of seasonal flowers with every delivery: Bloomsy Original (around $40 per month), Bloomsy Deluxe (about $50 per month), and Bloomsy Premium (approximately $55 per month). You can also sign up for the Bloomsy Rose subscription (around $45 per month), which will include a new premium rose variety in each delivery.

Weekly and biweekly plans are similarly priced. And, if you just want to send a bouquet as a gift, Bloomsy Box offers 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 may even arrive in bud form before they have bloomed.

Best Design: Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers

For thoughtfully picked and designed flower arrangements with a modern farmhouse aesthetic, Farmgirl Flowers is a good option for you.

The company sources a variety of seasonal flowers and arranges them organically and naturally as if they were "just picked from the garden." The arrangements are then wrapped in reused biodegradable burlap coffee bags and delivered to the lower 48 U.S. states.

Specific arrangements vary with every order, but when you shop, you can select the number of stems, color palette, and arrangement style that will most closely resemble the one you will receive. While its subscription service is not clearly marked at first, Farmgirl Flowers has the option under many arrangements for weekly, biweekly, or monthly flower deliveries by clicking the “Make this a Subscription” box when placing your order.

You select the start date, frequency, and end date for your recurring order. All flowers are sourced ethically from South America and the U.S. The company supports American flower farmers—even if this comes at an increased cost—and labels which of its arrangements feature U.S.-grown blooms.

How We Chose

Flower subscription services were reviewed for quality, freshness, and variety of the flowers offered along with the range of subscription plans. The Spruce also considered sourcing practices as well as the uniqueness of each company's selection. Customer service and customer reviews were also taken into account before determining the final list.

Flower Muse was chosen for its variety, Bouqs for its transparent sourcing and customization, and Farmgirl Flowers for its design style and aesthetics. 

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