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Best Mother's Day Flowers + Deals!



Mother’s Day is May 8th, and you can’t go wrong with flowers. However, ordering flowers online can be expensive and it's sometimes difficult to know if the flowers being delivered are as beautiful as the picture on your screen.


Shannon Dwyer from RetailMeNot is sharing the best online delivery services for flowers and plants, but also deals you can snag for each! Sharing them all below. 

1-800-Flowers.com

For over 40 years, 1-800-Flowers.com has been making people smile on a birthday, anniversary or Mother’s Day with lovely, prompt delivery of flowers and small gifts. This company works with local florists in the delivery area, so the flowers are fresh. Floral arrangements fit any budget from as little as $15 to $20 up to enormous sprays into the hundreds. 

1-800-Flowers.com also has gift baskets with candies and small stuffed animals, either as a standalone package or part of a floral gift. One of the best things about 1-800-Flowers.com is their selection of plantable flowers, perfect for the person with a green thumb to plant in the yard and enjoy for years to come. 

Deal: Save now with 1-800-Flowers promo codes.

SHOP 1-800-FLOWERS.COM



UrbanStems

UrbanStems is ideal for people who embrace a sustainable lifestyle. All flowers here are sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms, with a rotating selection depending on what’s in season and which flowers remain sustainable. Customers also have the option to add on high-end goodies, such as Sugarfina candies and Nest candles. 

The selections at UrbanStems vary from month to month, meaning you will always find something fresh and special. Unlike other online flower delivery sites, UrbanStems doesn’t offer customizable bouquets. Still, a quick search of their website makes it obvious that you won’t want to—bouquets here are inspired by high-fashion runway trends and the latest in interior decor. 

Deal: Save 15-20% off with UrbanStems promo codes and cash back from RetailMeNot.

ORDER FROM URBANSTEMS


The Sill

The Sill rules the houseplant delivery business, with a range of lovely potted plants to suit anyone from the beginner to the expert plant parent. You can order a one-time delivery for Mother’s Day (or any occasion) or enroll in The Sill’s Plant Parent Club. The Club has a discount on plants, free delivery and a sneak peek at new offerings. The company embraces the latest trends for houseplants for something new and fresh each month.

Deal: Save 10-20% off sitewide with RetailMeNot.

ORDER FROM THE SILL


The Bouqs Co.

Another sustainable flower delivery service is The Bouqs Co. This company offers cut-to-order flowers, which means that your mom or loved one will get only the freshest, in-season blooms. 

The Bouqs Co. orders from sustainable farms and those that use eco-friendly processes. Bouquets are designed by artisan florists, or customers can customize their own. Plus, houseplants are available for lasting enjoyment. Same-day and next-day delivery services are available. For a fantastic year-round gift, consider signing up Mom for monthly delivery, giving her something seasonal and fresh to look forward to all year long. 

Deal: Get 25% off for first customers at The Bouqs Co. with RetailMeNot. 

SHOP THE BOUQS CO.


Bloomscape

Bloomscape makes it easy to start an indoor houseplant collection. Each plant ships in a lovely decorative pot, with selections to match any aesthetic. Sizes range from small to extra-large, and selections range from beginner-level easy-to-grow plants, such as monstera, to delicate orchids that require a gentle, expert touch. 

Each plant comes with how-to instructions to keep it growing and thriving, including watering and sunlight guidelines, and whether it’s toxic to pets. For specific questions, the website has a dedicated “Plant Mom” to answer questions and make recommendations for additional plants for the home.

If you don’t order in time, you can still send gift cards with a personalized gift note from $50 to $200!

ORDER BLOOMSCAPE


Farmgirl Flowers

Farmgirl Flowers sources from ethical growers, including those who use organic growing practices, sustainable plants and flowers, and those that pay their workers a living wage. For families who embrace this type of lifestyle, Farmgirl Flowers is the leader in the floral industry. 

Each bouquet is fresh-cut and wrapped in their trademarked burlap wrap (another sustainable packaging material) and delivered the next day anywhere in the lower 48 states. Designer quality and a commitment to freshness mean that selections rotate seasonally and highlight the freshest and highest-quality plants. A small selection of houseplants and chic vases are a nice alternative to the trademarked burlap bag. Special goodies like gourmet treats and a mani-pedi set are available to add on to each item.

SHOP FARMGIRL FLOWERS


Bloom & Wild

For friends and family in the U.K., Bloom & Wild offers a wide selection of cut flowers and houseplants. Cut flowers are packed gently in a sturdy box, with arrangement instructions to give the receiver a couple of different options for display—definitely fun and interactive. 

Several different subscription packages allow you to gift Mom with something new each month, so she always has freshly cut flowers to brighten her home. Houseplants in small baskets and pots are a sustainable gift and are also available for subscription delivery.

ORDER FROM BLOOM & WILD


From You Flowers

Make Mom smile with Mother’s Day flowers! Send mom one of the popular Mothers Day flowers including carnations, lilies, roses and tulips with Sunday delivery available! When May blooms, you know it’s time to find the perfect flowers for Mom with From You Flowers.

Deal: Get 20% cash back and more deals with RetailMeNot!

ORDER FROM FROM YOU FLOWERS


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