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The best options for flower delivery in Los Angeles

There's really nothing like receiving a beautiful bouquet at your door. Why not show someone special how much you care by ordering them some blooms from one of L.A.'s many wonderful flower delivery companies

Written by
Annalise Mantz
Andrzej Lukowski
Rhys Thomas

You know that moment when you realize that tomorrow is your mom’s birthday or your anniversary and you’ve arranged nothing? Yup: we've all been there. But you don’t need to worry, because Los Angeles is full of fantastic online florists who offer same-day and next-day delivery. We’re not talking humdrum flowers either: from floral shops focused on classic roses, precious orchids and bargain blooms to more one-of-a-kind offerings like tropical succulents, floral buds and even dried bouquets, LA has last-minute flower options to fit every occasion. You’ll definitely be able to find something to turn your moment of forgetfulness into a triumph and you can tailor your gift with ease, be the recipient a botanical garden aficionado or somebody who never remember to water their flowers (may we suggest an eco-friendly snake plant). 

You can also find plenty more personalized add-ons and gifts to give your arrangement a special touch. Think hand-written notes, ceramic pots, mason jars and gift sets that include everything from jewelry, candles and handmade soaps to sweets like Sugarfina candy, Godiva chocolate and s'mores kits. Honestly, everything you could need within the world of flowers is here – and it'll be delivered nice and promt, so you never need walk to the gas station in a sweaty panic only to return with limp flowers. No, never again. Now, you can find it all and more with our definitive guide to the best online flower delivery services in Los Angeles.

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Flower delivery in Los Angeles

When you're partnering with Vogue to create exclusive, limited-edition collections, you must be doing something right. But UrbanStems offers up both style and substance, and its website allows you to shop by occasion, collection, plant category and attribute (think pet-friendly, low maintenance, etc.). It has the hallowed same-day delivery, plus a whole load of additional high-end extras, like dried bouquets, bouquets with sweets (bonjour, bon-bons) and gift sets with candles, chocolate and more. Real nice option, perfect for those trendy city-folk in your life, on the 'gram, etc. And you know, no stressing about the pooch chomping on them and getting ill (they might still chomp on them). 

One of New York and Chicago's favorite petal-purveyors has finally come to L.A. – and we think you'll like what they have to offer. Founded by bankers-turned-florists Olivier Plusquellec and Louis Brunet, Ode à la Rose is all about elegance and an eco-friendly ethos. Some are seriously jaw-dropping – check out the oh-so-romantic bouquet 'Francine' ($248): 36 stems of dahlias, peonies and more. There are more budget-friendly options, too. Every bouquet is hand-tied and then packaged in a stylish purple box and sent out for delivery. The best bit? You can take advantage of same-day delivery in L.A., which means they'll be there for you just in case you nearly forget a loved one's birthday. They do weddings and events too. 


Want a bouquet that will stand out from the crowd? Floom will be able to deliver. The company acts as the middleman and sources high-quality arrangements from local florists, meaning that options vary tremendously depending on the day and zip code, but the quality rarely wavers. It also guarantees same-day delivery, as long as you order by 1pm. Phew. You can also sell your own creations on here, if you're, you know... good at flowers! If you join the community your first set of flowers are delivered for free too, which is nice.

This eco-friendly online retailer sources its blooms directly from farms, cutting out the middleman and the additional carbon footprint in the process. This also means that the Bouqs Co's arrangements always arrive at their peak of freshness. For bouquets that are good for the environment and your bank balance, check out its 'fresh deal of the week' every Wednesday for limited, discounted offers. Beyond that there's a load of great names for the bouquets which should help you figure out which flowers will suit the vibes.


Buying flowers doesn't have to be a costly experience, as From You Flowers proves. Its great selection of blooms can be snapped up at bargain prices, and its same-day delivery make last-minute gifts that bit more affordable. While they might be lacking some of the more exotic flowers found elsewhere, it's sometimes tough to beat classics like lilies and roses. They're also nicely separated into sections such as 'get well', 'birthday' and more. Convenience and value, happy days really.

It probably doesn't need spelling out, but there's only one type of bloom you'll be buying from Roses Only. Roses, yes. Perfect for any romantic moment, the store has been specializing in the flower of love since 1995. It has also partnered with Godiva, who provide the chocolates for their gift sets. That sounds like a pretty good combo to us. The roses come in a lot of diffeent colours, though, so don't worry about having to keep to that traditional red. 


The  Original Los Angeles Flower Market is the largest wholesale flower shop in the country, and has been supplying Southern California florists with their needs since 1919. That's over 100 years of floral goods at your service. BloomNation taps into that local expertise by connecting customers to florists in their area. All you have to do is put in your zip code and you'll get a list of floral designs available near you, which can be filtered by same-day delivery — handy if you haven't got time to be dashing around. Or forgot about the occasion until, the day of. Oops. 

Pioneers in the farm-to-table movement, ProFlowers works directly with growers to ensure the flowers are freshly cut and each bouquet is assembled by hand. It boasts an absolutely massive selection that includes everything from floral wreaths to delicate orchids to bonsai trees, so if you want something temporary and lovely, or long-lasting that you can maintain, they have it all. Bloomin' lovely. They have a lovely birthday selection of flowers too. 

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You can see why the L.A. outpost of this New York mainstay (it was founded there in 1998) has become a local favorite for the florally inclined. It’s the florist to hit up whenever you're in the market for something unusual. From interesting vessels—a silver Champagne bucket, anyone?— to submerged flower displays, Spruce is the place to go if you're looking for alternative arrangements. There's a big variety in price, so there should be something for everyone. They also sell soaps and other goodies. 

Teleflora has been in the business for more than 80 years, but there's nothing old-fashioned about these online florists. Its size and stature mean you can choose your gift from a colossal range of blooms, and even customize your bouquet by color or type of flower. Most orders placed before 2pm are eligible for same-day delivery – handy when you’ve forgotten a special someone's birthday, and want that personal touch. In addition to their great arrangements they also sell succulents, one-flower bouquets and more. They have a deal of the day should you fancy getting a solid deal (who wouldn't) and a one-of-a-kind arrangement made by a local florist. 

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Floral Design by Dave’s Flowers has been serving some of L.A.’s most discerning clients for more than four decades now. It provides flowers for both every day and special events, and its customers include the likes of the Hollywood Bowl and LACMA. Naturally they're not the cheapest on the block, but they are some of the most beautiful. Make your choice from the vast selection of flowers and be prepared to be amazed at what the staff can magic up at a moment’s notice. Seriously skillful stuff. Their motto is "We never say no, we do the impossible to make it happen." 

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