Your Brooklyn Florist
Brooklyn is a borough rich with history. For generations, Coney Island and Prospect Park have entertained residents and visitors. Brooklyn has long been home to die-hard sports fans. From the Brooklyn Dodgers to the Brooklyn Nets, Brooklyn brings passion to every area of life. The Bouqs Co. echoes that passion and wants to partner with you for all your floral needs.
Trees Grow in Brooklyn
New York has been called the concrete jungle but it’s a city that loves its green spaces as well. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden offers visitors 52 acres of gorgeous manicured gardens and special collections of flowers and plants. There are several specialty gardens that include the Water Garden, Rose Garden, Shakespeare Garden, a Fragrance Garden, and more. There is even a bonsai museum and a lily pond. The Brooklyn Botanic Garden also showcases an impressive collection of flowering cherry trees that produce some of the most beautiful blossoms.
Farm-Fresh Flowers for Brooklyn
When you’re looking to brighten your favorite Brooklynite’s day, check out our selection of farm-fresh blooms. Have you ever bought flowers for someone only to have them wilt a day later? We’ve updated online floral delivery for the 21st century by reimagining how flowers get from the flower fields to your table. Our flowers are responsibly-sourced, so you can feel good about your purchase as well! Win-win for everyone.
Flowers for Any Occasion
Are you looking to send flowers for a birthday? Or send condolences with a thoughtful flower arrangement? Whether you are a home garden cultivating your own little nook of blooms in Brooklyn, a professional who wants to freshen up your office with colorful blooms, or a caring friend sending flowers to a loved one, we can ensure you receive farm-fresh flowers sure to brighten the day.
Same-Day and Next-Day Flower Delivery in Brooklyn
Flatbush, Williamsburg, Bed-Sty (Bedford-Stuyvesant to non-natives), Red Hook, Prospect Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Boerum Hill, Fort Greene, South Slope, Brooklyn Heights, We also deliver across New York City to Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens, and Staten Island. We even deliver to your friendly rivals up in Boston so you can send a friendly reminder of your latest victory to family and friends in Boston.
Brooklyn Symbolic Flower
Brooklyn’s official flower is Forsythia.
Botanical Gardens in Brooklyn
Brooklyn Botanic Garden 990 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Flower Markets in Brooklyn
Global Wholesale Flowers Brooklyn 1019 McDonald Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Flowers Endemic to Brooklyn
Smooth blue aster (Aster laevis, syn. Symphyotrichum laeve), Wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), Wild blue lupine (Lupinus perennis), Spotted bee-balm (Monarda punctata), Seaside goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens), Birdfoot violet (Viola pedata), Field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta)
How do I keep my flowers fresh?
There are several simple steps you can take to make your farm-fresh Bouqs last longer. First, don’t just drop them in the vase. Cut the steps about an inch or two from the bottom at a 45-degree angle. This helps them absorb the water better and keeps them fresh. Next, make sure your vase is clean. After all, you wash your clothes, right? Your blooms will also appreciate a clean vase. Mix in a little sugar, lemon juice, or lime juice. This will give your flowers nutrients to keep them healthy.
Do you offer same-day and next-day flower delivery in Brooklyn?
Yes, absolutely. While you'll have a bigger selection to choose from when you have time to plan ahead, we do have many bouquets available for same-day or next-day delivery when you order by 11 a.m. Eastern Time.
When is the cherry blossom festival at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden?
The cherry trees bloom from April to mid-May. The yearly festival, the Sakura Matsuri Cherry Blossom Festival, usually takes place at the end of April. The annual festival also serves tea and other delectable dishes and you can browse cherry blossom-inspired artwork.