7 Best Valentine's Day Roses to Buy Online in 2021

Giving flowers for Valentine's Day is a classic romantic gesture. Even if your significant other is adamant about wanting something else this holiday, chances are someone in your life will love receiving a few long stems- even if it's just your mom.

Don't wait until the last minute to buy picked-over grocery store roses. Sending an all-red bouquet is sure to signal your sweetheart that love is in the air.

Here are the Best Valentine's Day roses you can buy online in 2021.

UrbanStems—$55 and Up

Designed to Impress. Urban Stems

UrbanStems has a large variety of prices ranging from about $35-$150 and will deliver next-day nationwide, whether you're looking for adorable succulents, a plain rose bouquet, or a beautifully arranged vase of flowers. The company also provides a subscription program with choices of $55, $75, or $100 per delivery if you want to treat yourself regularly or send flowers to a significant other.

Order at UrbanStems.

BloomsyBox—$44.99 per month

Send your sweetheart a new unique rose bouquet every month! BloomsyBox

A perfect way to fill the house with a rotation of beautiful hand-tied fresh blooms is to treat yourself (or a loved one) to monthly flower delivery. From $43.99 a month and up, BloomsyBox lets you select from weekly, biweekly or monthly subscriptions. All bouquet subscriptions are sourced from around the world from organic farms and offer free shipping.

Order at BloomsyBox.

Bouqs—$31 and Up

Order a Bouq that will make your Valentine’s heart sing. Bouqs Co.

The California-based Bouqs Co. collects its stems from eco-friendly farms around the world, recycling water, reducing waste and using only sustainable growing practices from the flower farms to your living room. Offering delivery the same day and next day, enticing flower subscriptions that offer 30 percent off regular prices and free delivery. The Bouqs Co. makes it easy for those looking for a sustainable and affordable experience when sending flowers to friends and family.

Order at Bouqs Co.

Farmgirl Flowers—$59 and Up

Add some va-va-voom to your Valentine's Day bouquet. Farmgirl

Are you looking to send flowers as a surprise for Galentine's Day? Your bestie may enjoy a $59 Farmgirl Flowers personalized arrangement. The site also offers the "Market Box," a DIY option overflowing with 25 stems and greens for the same cost so that you can create an ideal home arrangement.

Order at Farmgirl.

1800 Flowers—$34.99 and Up

Say everything you need to say without a single word this Valentine's Day. 1800Flowers

Looking for a last-minute Valentine's Day gift? Fortunately, for a freshly crafted selection of flowers, it is never too late. 1-800-Flowers has had a wide range of bouquets (including affordable options) available for same-day delivery in business for over 40 years, and its website even shows how much time you have left to order to ensure that your flowers are delivered on time.

Order at 1800Flowers.

H.Bloom—$65 and Up

Luxury flower arrangement delivered to your home or office. H. Bloom

H.Bloom's Instagram friendly, display-ready flower arrangements may be just what you're looking for, although more of an investment. These fresh blooms are positively luxurious, from florist-crafted "arrange your own" bouquets starting at $65 to gentle pastel early spring roses in a glass vase for $95 to lovely leafy glamorous displays for $165.

Order at H.Bloom.

Venus ET Fleur—$44 and Up

Real roses that last a year. Venus ET Fleur

Influenced from Parisian hat boxes, curated by floral industry specialists and made with roses sourced from Ecuador, the preserved luxury roses from Venus ET Fleur are intended to last up to a year. Send your valentine flowers a luxury delivery that will last almost as long as your love for them. You can personalize or create your arrangement with one rose beginning at $44, a box of four priced at $144, and several options over $400. The organization ships worldwide, but shipment is available the same day in L.A. and NYC.

Order at Venus ET Fleur.

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