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The 10 best flower delivery services in Brooklyn

Make someone's day with a beautiful bouquet from one of these great spots for flower delivery in Brooklyn

Written by
Danielle Goldstein
Andrzej Lukowski
Alex Floyd-Douglass

It happens to all of us sometimes: you've forgotten all about your anniversary and need to make a plan. Stat. What’s the best solution? Flowers are a no-brainer – especially since ordering and sending flowers is as easy as opening up your laptop or picking up your phone. These options for flower deliveries in Brooklyn are just the thing for last-minute situations.

Go on, treat your loved one, and brighten up their day with a bouquet. These are the best options for flower delivery in Brooklyn. Sending flowers is a good idea any time, especially if it’s paired with chocolate, delivered from the best chocolate shops in the country. For an extra treat, send your special someone a complete meal to their door from one of the best takeout and delivery services in New York City.

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Flower Delivery in Brooklyn

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Operating out of Chelsea, there’s no need for a trip across town when you buy online from Ode à la Rose. The company’s founders are French – hence the name –  and they add a chic finish to all their hand-tied arrangements. The bouquets even have appropriately classy-sounding French names, like Camille, Brigitte, and Madeleine. Another great thing they do: before the flowers are sent out, customers will receive a photo of the order to check it’s exactly what you wanted. It’s a delight, and you can get them delivered the same day in most Brooklyn areas.

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2. Floom

Able to source flowers from florists all over Brooklyn (and actually the world, but let's just stick to the brief for now) Floom is able to offer a frankly enormous selection of flowers, that shifts with date and location. And we’re not just talking about your common or garden roses and carnations either. How about buying somebody some exotic snapdragons and blue bee thistles? The color options are seemingly limitless. Plus, if you order before midday you can get same-day delivery. A terrific service.

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3. BloomNation

BloomNation is a national service, but it thinks local, sourcing all of its flowers from reliable florists in each local area. So order in Brooklyn, you get flowers from a Brooklyn florist, and they always aim to get the best available depending on the season and cost. Shop by price, occasion, style, color, flower type… the choice is pretty much endless.

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Julia Testa’s designer flowers are available across NYC with same-day delivery – they have stores in both Brooklyn and Soho. Be prepared to fork out, because they’re definitely not the most budget-friendly pick here – most arrangements are going to set you back north of $75 – but boy, oh, boy, are they beautiful. Heck, if you're on the crafty side, you could probably save yourself some cash in the long term by taking one of their workshops and learning how to make stunning arrangements all by yourself. After all, what's more special than receiving hand-arranged flowers?

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What started life as a combination of flower shop and bar (only in New York, etc), has surrendered to reality and blossomed into a fully-fledged florist that delivers all over Brooklyn (and Manhattan). Keeping with its quirky beginnings, Stems is where you come for unique, garden-style blooms in unconventional arrangements. They also cater weddings and offer workshops. Same-day delivery is available in Brooklyn only, although the order needs to have been made before 1pm.

Avenue J
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6. Avenue J

A great old institution that’s seen off all manner of changes to the borough, this family-owned Brooklyn florist has been serving the fine people of NYC for over 85 years now. They piece together creations themed by season, occasion, or flower. And, if you just can't decide or you'd like to be surprised, opt for ‘Designer's Choice’ and find out what the fresh arrangement of the day is. You’re unlikely to be anything but delighted.

Greenpoint Floral
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7. Greenpoint Floral

No prizes for guessing where this florist is located. Indeed situated in Greenpoint, this neighborhood flower shop claims to 'go the extra mile to make your floral gift perfect'. That’s not just empty talk: alongside offering gorgeous bouquets at every price point, they’ll also work one-on-one with you if you’re looking for something different or unique.

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8. Henry's

Established way back in 1922, this long-running Brooklyn family business – which has had just one location change in its century of existence – but can still put together a damn good selection of posies. The rates are pretty reasonable too, with most options under $50. Get everything from dish gardens to bamboo to fruit 'n' flower baskets.

The Little Glass Slipper
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9. The Little Glass Slipper

The Little Glass Slipper’s raison d’etre is to provide wedding flowers, which they still do stunningly. But don’t fret – if you’re not getting hitched there is more to the company than that. LGS now offers flower arranging classes – the best way to perfect your green thumb – and also sells an array of candles, terrariums, and other occasional bouquets – currently operating on a next-day delivery-only basis. The prices are perhaps a little more expensive than other florists, but the results are truly bloomin’ gorgeous.

Floral Heights
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10. Floral Heights

As you may have gathered from the name, Floral Heights is located in Brooklyn Heights. The order of the day at this local florist is elegant designs at affordable prices. As well as traditional bouquets, founder Charlotte D’Costa Taylor is trained in the art of Japanese Ikebana and European styles, so there's plenty to choose from, some a little on the unusual side.


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