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The best flower delivery services in Sydney

Send your special someone a delightful bunch of blooms thanks to these Sydney flower delivery services

Written by
Time Out editors
&
Emma Joyce
Contributor
Danielle Goldstein
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When it comes to showing how much you care, you can't go wrong with a beautiful bouquet. Thankfully, Sydney is home to fantastic florists willing to deliver the goods – often at just a day's notice and some even with same day delivery. They all have their own specialities, too, from locally sourced flowers to customisable arrangements. So whether you're ordering for a special day of socially verified celebrations – or, just simply want to brighten up someone's life in a very wonderful and floral way, you'll find something perfect here in our guide to the best flower delivery services in Sydney.

Want to really win some hearts? Why not get some sneaky sweets delivered to their (or your) door to boot?

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Flower deliveries in Sydney

Delivery: Order by 1pm for same day delivery seven days (in Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide too)
Price: From $40
Pick-up option: No 

There are so many reasons to choose Lvly. First, they're wide-ranging, delivering same-day bouquets to Sydney and Melbourne, plus Wollongong, the Blue Mountains, Adelaide, Brisbane and more. Locally grown, sustainably sourced flowers are par for the course here, and you can add lots of fun goodies to your order, like the 'Pamper Bundle' of spa products curated by Bopo Women, which would make the perfect accompaniment to some Valentine's Day blooms. Or spice things up with the 'Hot Sauce Trio' curated by Mabu Mabu.

Delivery: Order before 2pm for same day delivery
Price: From $30
Pick-up option: No 

It's right there in the title: Easy Flowers makes sending a quick bunch of blooms a breeze. The website even boasts that you can order flowers from the moon and they will still find a way to get your bouquet in the recipient's hands ASAP. You'll find a very diverse catalogue of flower types and out-of-the-box arrangements like flowers based on your star sign and more. Plus they often have deals on, like the current 20 percent popular Valentine's Day flowers. Kerching!

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Delivery: Order by 2pm on weekdays and by 10am on Saturdays for same day delivery
Price: From $75
Pick-up option: No 

The Petals Florist Network aggregates 1,600 local florists from around Australia to ensure your blooms are delivered fast and fresh. The arrangements are mostly bold and bright with eye-catching colour at the forefront. You can browse by occasion (birthday, Valentine's Day, saying 'I'm sorry', even corporate) or let the floral designers work their magic with gorgeous custom arrangements. Petals also has a range of potted plants you can send to brighten someone's living space in a more permanent way.

Delivery: same day delivery if you order before 1.30pm, Mon-Fri
Price: from $59
Pick-up option: not yet

This Melbourne-founded flower company recently relaunched in Sydney, delivering beautiful bouquets and considered gifts across the city. Pick from a range of seasonal signature bunches that arrive in plump arrangements, artfully spilling over the edges of their hessian wrapping. Their Valentine's edit also includes some gift sets to impress, including vegan chocolates from Loco Love, mini bottles of locally sourced wine from Just A Glass, artisan candles and more.

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Delivery: Seven days a week. Same-day delivery from Monday-Friday, order by 2pm. Same-day delivery on Saturdays, order by 10am. International orders vary.
Price: From $65
Pick-up option: No

If you want your flowers delivered on a weekend, it might be time to turn to the big boys. Interflora, which is a global delivery service that works with florists all over the world (including 750 across Australia), will deliver your blooms seven days a week if you order online by 2pm (by 10am at the weekend). The floral behemoth delivers worldwide, too, so you can make your Valentine's day while also making Palentine's Day with that best bud who'se moved half way across the globe.

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Delivery: Same-day delivery, order before 12pm
Price: From $55
Pick-up option: Yes, but the store closes at 2pm most days. Check the website for regularly updated hours

If you find the choosing part of bouquets overwhelming, My Flower Man is the florist for you. Their arrangements are simple, minimalistic and always feature natives paired with imported flowers. You simply select a 'mixed bunch' or 'single variety' and then decide how much you want to spend. Hey presto, a stunning bunch of blooms turn up for your beau.

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Delivery: Order before 2pm for same-day delivery (before 12pm at the weekend). They can also deliver outside Sydney by arrangement
Price: From $75
Pick-up option: Yes

Florists Ed West and Dan Scala took over the Potts Point flower shop several years ago. They’ve kept the sophisticated operation, arranging bunches of native flowers or imported roses, orchids and anthuriums to order. They offer other gifts, too, such as Australian made candles and very locally made (300 metres away) Kakawa chocolates. 

Delivery: You can order for delivery the following Thursday (Sydney and Melbourne)
Price: From $69
Pick-up option: No

This boutique subscription service sends a box of fresh cut flowers to the doorstop of you or your giftee. But this isn’t your typical pre-arranged bunch. Bloombox invites you to try your hand at floristry and arrange the blooms yourself, which arrive standing upright in a compostable box. Bloombox partners directly with local growers to assemble more simple classic bunches as well as ‘creative’ bunches with some more left-of-centre flora in the mix. You can choose to have blooms delivered weekly, fortnightly or monthly, or pay a little more for a one-off box of floral delights.

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Delivery: Free next-day delivery and same day in some suburbs, depending on courier availability
Price: From $49
Pick-up option: No

A couple of years ago, Alec Ramsey and Stefan Muff launched a new eco-friendly flower service, delivering carefully picked fresh posies to your doorstep from sustainable flower farms. They partner with farmers across the country, including East Coast Wildflowers in NSW, the Tulip Garden Nursery in Victoria, and Robertson Flower Farm in Queensland to ensure their blooms don’t wilt in store.

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Delivery: Order by 11.30am for Monday-Saturday delivery
Price: From $39
Pick-up option: Yes

The ethos behind The Posy Post is refreshingly simple: gorgeous, locally sourced blooms, wrapped in crisp white paper and delivered with a pretty card. Every day, the florists create one unique posy in three different sizes. They'll post a beautiful photo of it at 6.30pm the night before so you know what's coming. They often sell-out fast, so get in there quick or pre-order for a surprise. Their Valentine's bouquet is pictured and available to order on their website already and they have a gift set option too with bath salts, chocolate and more in varying sizes. Beyond Sydney, The Posy Post also delivers to Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and the Central Coast.

Plant deliveries in Sydney

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Delivery: Monday-Friday, order before 11am
Price: $39-$99
Pick-up option: No

Sophia Kaplan and Lauren Camilleri have made plant giving easy and more accessible with their simple online shop, Leaf Supply. The two green-thumbed friends came together over their love of monstera deliciosa and begonia and decided to go into business together, launching a plant delivery service with three varieties available each month. Leaf Supply also collaborates with a ceramicist each month for their ‘Luxe Leaf’ option – a plant and a ceramic pot combo for $99.

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