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The 10 best flower delivery services in Austin

Send a bunch of roses to a special someone with Austin’s best flower delivery services

Written by
Danielle Goldstein
Contributors
James Wong
,
Alex Floyd-Douglass
&
Jennifer Banful
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Looking to brighten up someone’s day? A beautiful bouquet of blooms should do the trick. While Texas is more often considered a cacti-laden land, the bluebonnets always find their way through the dust. And there’s much more where that came from. Businesses are rearing plants from all over the world so that in Austin, you’ll literally find a bloom for every taste, be it for roses, orchids, tulips or carnations.

If you’re searching for the perfect arrangement to say ‘I Love You’ on Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, or an anniversary, or a way to communicate something else, we have just the cuts. Plucked from both nationwide biggies and boutique family-run businesses, these flower delivery services cater to an ATX audience and are primed for a heartfelt gesture. And while you’re in the spirit of spoiling, consider our guides to the most romantic restaurants or the best spas in Austin for an extra sweet treat. Here are the finest florists to get a bouquet delivered.

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How do we determine the cream of the crop? Our staff picks combine the top, most recent reviews with some of our personal favourites to make sure you get the best deal on the web. Throughout this article, you may notice some affiliate links – these have no influence on our editorial content – we pinky swear. For more information, see our affiliate guidelines.

Best Austin flower delivery services

1. The Bouqs Co.

If you need to send your floral fancies outside Austin—or to multiple locations—The Bouqs Co is particularly great. They offer same-day delivery nationwide, so long as you order before noon (recipient’s time). Plus, you can do so conscionably, as these guys only work with socially responsible farmers who use sustainable growing practices, such as minimizing waste and recycling water, and they deal with them directly, which means the blooms you order only get cut after you’ve paid. That means less waste and your flowers stay fresher for longer.

Where they deliver: The Bouqs Co. delivers to most states in the U.S. Order by noon for next-day delivery. 

Why we like them: Bouqs Co. has an eye for colour composition and beautiful, shapely blooms. 

What’s the price point: From $49 without a subscription, or from $35 with a subscription. 

2. Ode à la Rose

‘Bouquets designed the French way’ is the aim of the game here. Since founding their first branch in NYC in 2012, Frenchmen Olivier Plusquellec and Louis Brunet—former Wall Street bankers no less—have branched out across the States, with sites in Chicago, L.A., Miami, D.C., and, of course, Austin. So, what makes their flowers ‘French’? It’s got to be the simple elegance of the arrangements, which come in crisp white vases and minimal, carefully considered color palettes. Their blooms, which come from eco-friendly farms in Ecuador, Colombia, and the Netherlands, are available for same-day delivery in any one of the cities listed above or next-day nationwide.

Where they deliver: This pretty bunch delivers across the US.

Why we like them: Put simply, you won't find a more romantic bunch. They're truly a work of art. 

What’s the price point: These gorgeous blooms cost a pretty penny. Starting from $58. 

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3. ProFlowers

Gifting flowers can be a costly business. Of course, you’re paying for the time and skill it takes to grow, care for, cut, arrange and beautifully package a bouquet, but it doesn’t have to cost the earth. Trust us. If you go with a big company like ProFlowers, you can get something stunning for as little as $40, from a handful of classic roses to grow-your-own wildflowers and terrariums of easy-care air plants. They deliver same- and next-day all over the country too, and they offer one of the best ranges of add-ons to make that gift extra special, like Belgian chocolate-dipped Oreo cookies and candle sets.

Where they deliver: ProFlowers deliver nationwide. Get your order in by 2 pm for same-day delivery (Monday-Friday) and by 1 pm (Saturday-Sunday). 

Why we like them: ProFlowers work with local florists to ensure each bouquet designed is hand-delivered with care 

What’s the price point: These sumptuous blooms start from $40. Bargain.

4. From You Flowers

If you're looking for an affordable alternative to a gas station cop-out (no judgment), For You Flowers is the way to go. They offer a great range of hand-finished bouquets for just about every occasion and in every shade at a reasonably low price. And in case you're ordering a last-minute birthday gift or anniversary surprise, you can receive your chosen bunch the same day when you order before 3 pm. A total life-saver. 

Where they deliver: From You Flowers delivers across the US for fast and reliable flowers. 

Why we like them: Decent quality flowers at a low cost What's not to love?

What’s the price point: Bouquets start from as little as $27.

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5. Floom

You may well know about the floral giants Floom already, as their reputation reaches globally, but we couldn’t leave them out because their service is so good. They work with local florists all over the place to ensure a huge selection at a high standard. Their website is super simple to use, simply enter your zip code and delivery date, and voila! A bevy of blooms at your fingertips. Order before 1 pm and you can get them delivered the very same day, too. Purchasing the perfect posies couldn’t be easier.

Where they deliver: Floom deliver nationwide – just enter your postcode to discover talented local florists. 

Why we like them: Ordering from Floom is an absolute breeze. Each bouquet even has an expected delivery date banner. 

What’s the price point: The price point varies depending on where you live, but the average bouquet is from $60. 

6. Freytag’s Florist

Looking for variety, but don’t want to go to one of the nationals? Check out Freytag’s. It’s one of the largest family-run florists in Austin and these guys really know flowers. Founder Ken Freytag was just 19 when he started the business in 1974 and still runs it alongside his son and daughter. Situated up in Crestview, you’ll find a huge selection of flowers here, all of which they can deliver via a fleet of vans throughout the city and beyond, including Lakeway, Leander, and Pflugerville. As well as blooms, they offer gift baskets filled with various combinations of fruit, artisanal Texan goodies, and decorative succulents. They also have a rewards system, so the more you use them, the more you’ll save on future orders.

Where they deliver: Freytag's Florist offers Delivery throughout Austin and nationwide.

Why we like them: As a family-run business, Freytag's Florist pour their heart and soul into what they do, offering unique designs and the freshest blooms. 

What’s the price point: Receive or send from $55.

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7. Mercedes Flowers

Over 50 years, the Gaytan Cortazar family has enjoyed a blooming trade in the flower industry. Starting in Chihuahua, Mexico, with Mercedes senior at the helm, it wasn’t long before two of her daughters—also called Mercedes—opened their own shops. This one, situated on the outskirts of Austin since 2011, is run by the youngest Mercedes and offers stylish posies with a penchant for pops of pink, purple, and orange. They’re open seven days a week too, so while many florists close on a Sunday, Mercedes has got you covered all weekend.

Where they deliver:  Austin and surrounding areas including, Buda, Driftwood, Dripping Springs, Kyle, UT.  

Why we like them: Mercedes flowers are like the couture house of floral bouquets. Our favourite? Will you be my Galentine? are the perfect bunch. 

What’s the price point: Blooms start from $150, so not cheap. 

8. King Florist

What started as a bedding plants business in the Rosedale neighborhood—when John and Bertha King built their first two greenhouses in 1927—has blossomed into a thriving florist now situated in central Brentwood. If you’re after unique bouquets and succulents that’ve been given the personal touch, make a beeline for King. They’re open Monday to Saturday and offer same-day delivery (before 2 pm weekdays, 1 pm Saturday) to the entire greater Austin area, including Georgetown, Buda, and Dripping Springs. They also sell wholesale (Austin Flower Market) and run Tiny Bloom.

Where they deliver: King Florist deliver all over Austin – music to our ears. For same day, order before 2 pm Monday - Friday and before 1 pm on Saturday.

Why we like them: Decadent floral arrangements are delicate, vibrant and beautifully arranged every time. 

What’s the price point: These luxury bouquets start from $125 - so worth it. 

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9. Ben White Florist

Whether you’re after something traditional or modern, you’ll find it all at Ben White. This shop in South Congress, which has been family-run since 1982, provides arrangements for all occasions – even ‘back to school’ and ‘just because’. You can get them in classic glass or ceramic vases, opt for a twee-wicker basket, or even a funky oversized smiling mug. Their website is updated daily, so everything you see is actually in stock. If you’re buying for fur parents—check out their ZilkerBark! Flower crowns for dogs.

Where they deliver: They offer same-day delivery within Austin so long as you order before 12 pm (10 am on Saturdays). 

Why we like them: They offer a range of contemporary and traditional floral arrangements using the finest, fresh flowers. 

What’s the price point: Pretty decent – the minimum for an arrangement is $55. 

10. Austin Flowery Delivery

This family-owned and operated flower shop has been putting together bouquets for locals for yonks. The business dates back 150 years, albeit with many changes. What has remained, however, is a five-star service and a passionate team of florists who create the most spectacular arrangements. They’ll even send you a photo before it's delivered so the sender can see exactly what their beloved will receive.

Where they deliver: They offer delivery to Austin and Central Texas. Same-day orders must be made before 2pm, and they’re open only on weekdays.

Why we like them: While their website is a little old school, their blooms are no less current or gorgeous. You'll even find custom flower arrangements for a fair price. 

What’s the price point: Receive and deliver for as little as $25. The price is right, for sure. 

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