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Farmgirl’s whimsical Pinterest-ready bouquets change by the day, so they’re always unique and always seasonal. The hipster-DIY vibe is also evident in Farmgirl’s signature wrapping: upcycled coffee bags donated by local roasters.
From $48, farmgirlflowers.com
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BloomThat accepts orders by app for same- and next-day delivery nationwide, and earns points for making ordering simple and fast. Expect a tightly edited choice of bouquets—some shipped in idiosyncratic vessels such as a pitcher or tin vase.
From $35, bloomthat.com
The Bouqs Co.
Bouqs offers flowers cut fresh on the farm after you order and can also provide same-day service with pre-cut stems. Delivery is free, and the “gorgeous” arrangements are created in partnership with eco-conscious farmers around the world.
From $40, bouqs.com
Lula’s Garden offers a range of thoroughly in-vogue succulents, delivered in boxes that can double as planters. The three-plant Valentine’s Day box can be shipped with a heating pack for delivery in cold climates.
From $25, lulasgarden.com
BloomNation helps you shop online among local florists, cutting out the high fees charged by 1-800-FLOWERS–type services. The results: quirkier options, lower prices, and the chance to pick up your order.
From $35, bloomnation.com
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