Flowers are one of the most classic, timeless Valentine's Day gift ideas. They smell good, they look pretty and they're just a nice way to show someone you're thinking of them.
From red roses to carnations in the shape of a puppy , there are tons of gorgeous flower arrangements online that are very easy to order. And, if you're on the fence about a classic bouquet, we also found some adorable succulent and bamboo options that are just as romantic!
Whether you want to send flowers to your partner, your bestie or your mom this Valentine's Day, we found some really great options. We're even tempted to order some for ourselves!
Here are 10 great places to purchase Valentine's Day flowers online:
- Two Dozen Long Stemmed Red Roses with Glass Vase, $30 (usually $50), ProFlowers
Two Dozen Long Stemmed Red Roses with Glass Vase
These gorgeous long stemmed roses are a classic symbol of love. ProFlower is offering the bouquet at a discounted price and it comes with a glass vase. And if roses aren't your thing, the site has plenty of other options to choose from.
- Benchmark Bouquets 8 Stem Stargazer Lily Bunch, $39, Amazon
Benchmark Bouquets 8 Stem Stargazer Lily Bunch
Of course Amazon is always a convenient option for ordering online. This best-selling bouquet has big, pretty stargazer lilies. Flowers are shipped in bud form for optimal vase life and bloom open in two to three days.
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- "Surprise Me" Rose Bouquet, $68, The Bouqs Co.
"Surprise Me" Rose Bouquet
This pretty mixture of pink, white and red roses is perfect for Valentine's Day. It also comes with pink Sugarfina candy .
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- Hoya Heart in Ezra Planter, $26, The Sill
Hoya Heart in Ezra Planter
If you want to ditch the flower idea all together, this is a lovely alternative. This heart-shaped succulent comes in a small ceramic pot. These plants are easy to care for and they'll last longer than typical flowers.
- Rose & Lily Celebration, $36 (usually $45), FromYouFlowers
Rose & Lily Celebration
This bouquet is great for any time, but it works especially well for Valentine's Day. It is a lovely arrangement of pink asiatic lilies, pink and red roses, purple waxflowers and alstroemeria. It's one of the site's best-sellers.
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- Love Pup, $55, 1800Flowers.com
Get some unique Valentine's Day flowers this year with this adorable puppy arrangement. It is made up of white carnations, a single red rose, red mini carnations, purple statice, pink waxflower and assorted greenery.
- Double the Love Heart Bamboo, $30 (usually $40), FTD
Double the Love Heart Bamboo
This is another fun alternative to traditional flowers. Although FTD does have flower bouquet options , we love these sweet bamboo hearts!
- Sweet Thoughts Bouquet, $45 (usually $55), Teleflora
Sweet Thoughts Bouquet
This unique bouquet features red roses and purple waxflower accented with variegated Pittosporum and bear grass. It comes in a red glass cube vase.
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- 9. The Romeo, $65, UrbanStems
This warm Valentine's Day bouquet will surely put a smile on someone's face (or your own). The bouquet includes spray roses, shimmer roses, mondial, saga roses and spiral eucalyptus.
- 10. Rainbow Tulips Bouquet, $32 (usually $40), SendFlowers.com
Rainbow Tulips Bouquet
This bright, colorful bouquet comes with 15 tulips in a variety of colors. You also have the option to add a vase, balloon, bear or chocolates to your order.
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