Best Flower Delivery 4 You

A flower for every mom. Photo: Retailer

Even the mom who tells you not to buy her anything will be pleased with a bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day, whether it’s delivered in person or ordered online. But not all moms have the same tastes. While one might prefer a traditional bouquet of roses, another may want something a little more unique, or even something that’s not a floral arrangement at all (like a plant she can watch grow all year long). Fortunately, online florists have lots of different options, so we took the time to weed through their offerings and select the best of the best — for all types of moms.

For the mom who likes it curated

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Instead of presenting you with hundreds of options to scroll through, UrbanStems offers a rotating selection of seasonal bouquets, as well as arrangements — like this one — created by Vogue editors.

$150 AT URBANSTEMS

For the mom who could use a reset

UrbanStems The Taurus

As calming and down to earth as its namesake star sign, UrbanStems’ Taurus arrangement features roses in shades of blush pink and ivory mingled with lush greenery and nestled in an earthenware vase. Also included is a set of citrine and labradorite crystals that will help her breathe, focus, and recharge her energy.

$88 AT URBANSTEMS

For the mom who appreciates a good deal

ProFlowers Smiles & Sunshine

She’ll be very impressed that this arrangement of multicolored roses and lilies set you back only $44 — with a glass vase included.

FROM $44 AT PROFLOWERS

For the mom who supports small businesses

BloomNation Isabelle

Available in most major metro areas around the U.S., BloomNation works by connecting shoppers with local florists. It’s a great way to find a unique bouquet and show some love to a small business in your mom’s neighborhood. If she’s in New York, for example, consider this elegant display of white roses, ranunculus, and anemones from Jersey-based Le Jardin Rose.

FROM $149 AT BLOOMNATION

For the mom whose love language is words of affirmation

FTD Blue Hydrangea Plant & Lovepop Pop-Up Card

This charming arrangement of hydrangeas comes with a cute pop-up card — perfect for including a heartfelt note expressing your appreciation for everything she does.

$68 AT FTD

For the mom who lives on the edge

Teleflora Grand Gesture

For the more adventurous mom, Telefora offers options like this modern, structural arrangement of white calla lilies, kale, and galax leaves in a bamboo dish.

FROM $80 AT TELEFLORA

For the mom who thinks pink

1-800-Flowers Simply Pink Bouquet

If you like having a zillion options, there is of course always good old, reliable 1-800-Flowers, which will supply these all-pink blooms in a pink-tinted glass vase — or pretty much anything else your mom’s heart desires.

FROM $50 AT 1-800-FLOWERS

For the mom who thinks purple

1-800 Flowers Mother’s Day Radiant Tulips

Case in point: If Mom prefers purple, this lovely array of sunny tulips comes with a fluted violet vase.

FROM $45 AT 1-800-FLOWERS

For the mom who loves every color

The Bouqs Company Sprinkles Grand

With pops of pink, purple, yellow, and orange, this alstroemeria bouquet will certainly brighten up her day.

$79 AT THE BOUQS CO.

For the DIY mom

Postal Petals Beanie Box

Founded during the pandemic, Postal Petals is a Black- and woman-owned company that helped support domestic flower farms whose businesses suffered when events and weddings around the country were canceled. The company delivers boxes of loose stems for recipients to arrange, and this collection of Gerbera daisies and baby’s breath feels especially cheery. If you’d rather shop local, Postal Petals also provides a directory of Black florists around the country.

$89 AT POSTAL PETALS

For the plant mom who’s low on light

Bloomscape Sansevieria
Photo: Retailer

If Mom has caught plant fever, this handsome extra-large snake plant will be a striking yet low-maintenance addition to her budding collection. Because it doesn’t need quite as much sun as other houseplants, it will work in almost any room.

$149 AT BLOOMSCAPE

For the plant mom with a tiny house

Pro Flowers Succulent Garden

If she doesn’t have the real estate, this sweet succulent garden will thrive on a sunny windowsill.

$50 AT PROFLOWERS

For the minimalist mom

H. Bloom White Single Stem Orchid Plant

With proper care, this orchid can last up to two months, and in simple white, it will be a beautiful addition to any space.

$100 AT H.BLOOM

For the maximalist mom

Farmgirl Flowers Fancy Pants XL Burlap Wrapped Bouquet

Farmgirl Flowers’ extra-large bouquet contains a whopping 45 stems of seasonal blooms, all swathed in an abundance of decorative foliage.

$129 AT FARMGIRL FLOWERS

For the mom who grows her own

Jackson & Perkins La Park Floribunda Rose

Jackson & Perkins has been a purveyor of award-winning roses for more than 150 years. If your mom is the type who can rattle off the differences between grandiflora and floribunda varieties, this beautiful sherbet-colored bloom is sure to stand out in her garden.

FROM $40 AT JACKSON & PERKINS

For the mom who commits

Seeds of Life Mom's Southern Magnolia

Most bouquets will last for a couple weeks at most, but with some patient care and attention, a flowering tree can grow and flourish for years to come. As a symbol of perseverance and purity, magnolias are an especially lovely choice.

FROM $74 AT SEEDS OF LIFE

For the mom who hates to say good-bye

Venus Et Fleur Small Square Eternity Roses

Venus Et Fleur’s roses are real, but they’ve been dehydrated and preserved in such a way that they’ll last for up to a year — and look beautiful and fresh the whole time. Actress Sarah Michelle Gellar told us she gifted a box to her mother-in-law.

$299 AT VENUS ET FLEUR

For the dog mom

1-800 Flowers A-DOG-able in a Basket

If she considers the family pet one of her de facto kids (or her dog is her actual favorite child), she’s sure to appreciate this adorable puppy-shaped arrangement.

$60 AT 1-800-FLOWERS

For the mom who likes ’em fake (when you’re on a budget)

Luyue Vintage Artificial Peony Silk Flowers

We’ve written about these silk peonies before, and though they don’t come as part of an arrangement, they’re still convincing dupes for the real thing. (Just be sure to gift them in a nice vase.)

$14 AT AMAZON

For the mom who likes ’em fake (but is also an aesthete)

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New York features editor Katy Schneider started noticing anthuriums popping up everywhere a few years ago. Since they can cost $20 per stem, she says they’re a great option to buy faux.

FROM $6 AT ETSY

For the mom who likes ’em real (but preserved)

Terrain Preserved Blue Poppy Bouquet

Blue larkspur, wispy stems, poppy pods, and brush twigs come together in this organic dried bouquet with a whimsical look. It’s handcrafted by a woman-owned team in Washington state and will last much longer than a fresh arrangement.

$68 AT TERRAIN

For the mom who’s still a kid at heart

LEGO Flower Bouquet Building Kit 10280

She’ll love assembling this sculptural Lego bouquet to create a playful arrangement of asters, roses, and snapdragons. The set features 15 individual adjustable stems, letting her tailor their heights and arrangement to her liking. (For extra points, pair it with a vase, so she can use display it once she’s done building.)

$49 AT AMAZON
$49 AT TARGET

For the mom who prefers leafy greens

Hamama Microgreens Growing Kit

If she likes to experiment in the kitchen, she’ll love growing her own microgreens with this windowsill-ready kit. Available varieties include a “super-salad” mix, broccoli, and kale.

FROM $40 AT AMAZON