The 5 Best Valentine’s Day Flower Arrangements Online, Across All Price Ranges


Oregon is teeming with flower growers, and creative florists turn to these farms year round for fragrant flowers and decorative foliage.

For Valentine’s Day, February 14, Beth Syphers of Crowley House Flower Farms & Studio near Salem suggests donors think beyond red roses.

“Good designers and florists can use what’s in season in the area – the first flowers like tulips and anemones – and make an amazing bouquet or arrangement,” says Syphers, which specializes in flowers, vines, naturally grown, high quality foliage and berries. .

The goal: Give someone you love a moment of happiness.

Florists will help write a card and explain the symbolism behind each flower.

Enjoy the flowers

Hand-tied seasonal flower bouquets for $ 50.15

For Valentine’s Day, online florists connect customers with local florists who can deliver fresh-cut flowers, in traditional and modern arrangements, as well as live plants and edible gifts.

Just in time to take advantage of the pre-Valentine’s Day sales, we have selected five online companies specializing in flower arrangements, in all price ranges.

Order a bouquet for February 14 or spring for a floral subscription that lets loved ones know they are remembered on special occasions and “just because” days.

Enjoy Flowers, a family business with over five decades in the flower industry, offers discounts of up to 15% and a free upgrade for prepaid subscriptions which can be canceled at any time.

Garden roses, hydrangeas, lilies, alstroemeria, carnations, Matsumoto and Charmelia – a variety of flowers of “charming beauty” – are grown using rainwater and using sustainable methods. in Colombia.

The flowers are delivered four days after harvest.

Hand-tied seasonal flower bouquets start at $ 50.15 or a DIY collection of fresh, loose stems starting at $ 41.65. Shipping is free to contiguous United States.

From You Flowers

Two dozen roses with bear and Godiva for $ 69.99

From You Flowers has a Valentine Rose Romance bouquet with a dozen roses on sale for $ 59.99 (18 roses for $ 79.99; two dozen roses for $ 99.99) plus service and handling charges (the prices change quickly). Benefit from an additional 20% discount with the code IR6.

Fresh red roses are bundled with soft greenery in brown parchment and tied with string, then delivered the same day by a local florist.

Modern rainbow roses, mixed floral bouquets, succulents, fruit gift baskets and other gifts are also available.

Two dozen red and pink roses with Godiva and a bear (seen here) cost $ 69.99 (usually $ 139.99 or $ 20 less for a dozen roses) plus the vase from $ 6.99 to 12.99 $ and service and handling charges. Tracking emails offer free shipping.

Some flowers can be arranged in a personalized “face vase” ($ 12.99) which is wrapped in your uploaded photo with your personalized text added.

Bouquet of Roses and Lilies in a Waterford Vase for $ 159.99 – $ 179.99 offers a Limited Edition Bouquet of Roses and Lilies in a Marquis by Waterford Lotus Vase for $ 159.99 to $ 179.99.

The crystal vase has a large scalloped top and wedge cuts that catch the light for added sparkle. also features an arrangement with rose flowers sprinkled with gold at the ends as well as purple and lavender flowers gathered into a mixed bouquet.

The company, which started as a florist in 1976, owns Harry & David, based in Medford, Wolferman’s Bakery, Stock Yard’s steaks and chops (where you can get delivered in the evening) and Cushman’s, allowing the company to ship not only fresh flowers, but fruits, gourmet foods, gift baskets, cookies, baked goods, popcorn, specialty treats, premium chocolates, and premium steaks and chops.


Red Bouquet in a Red Mirrored Ceramic Vase for $ 68

Teleflora’s Radiant Red Bouquet, featuring red roses, white Asian lilies, red carnations and green accents, is on sale for $ 68. The arrangement is held in a bright red mirrored ceramic vase.

The company also offers same-day and next-day deliveries from local florists, as well as a bunch of daily deals, reward points, promo codes, coupons, and discounts for people logging their emails. for the first time.

Donors can choose a price and a local florist will create a one-of-a-kind arrangement with fresh, seasonal flowers.

Shop for Valentine’s Day themed or flower type arrangements, from roses and carnations to daisies, tulips, lilies and more.

There is a flower glossary to learn that birds of paradise, also known as crane flowers, look like a brightly colored bird in flight, and peonies have tissue paper petals that close at the bottom. shade and open with sunlight.

There is also a guide to writing “short and sweet” cards and messages.

Want to know the symbolism of a flower, what is its floriography called? Go to


Bouquet Be my beloved for $ 49- $ 70

The FTD Be My Beloved Bouquet, on sale for $ 49 to $ 70 (usually $ 70 to $ 100), features pink, hot pink, and red roses, carnations, and alstroemeria.

The century-old business, which includes, and, partners with local florists to create and deliver flower arrangements available for same-day delivery.

The FTD Mercury Man logo is displayed in more than 30,000 flower shops in more than 125 countries. The long-standing slogan is #sayitwithflowers.

Valentine’s Day themed flowers are on sale with up to 30% off at

Harry and david

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Here at 10 Creative Ways To Shower A Loved One With Flowers From A Carefree Succulent Garden to farms that have festivals and picking days, where a stalk can cost as little as 25 cents.

Maybe you’d like to spread the love with a $ 60 annual membership to the Portland Japanese Garden? Mom will be able to sip tea in the new pavilion before strolling under the maple trees that change color with the seasons.

–Janet Eastman | 503-294-4072

[email protected] | @janeteastman

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