Do You Need Same-Day Flower Delivery to Long Island?
Do you need the best online flowers tonight? From promotions to a new birth to the loss of a loved one, life happens fast, and sometimes you need beautiful flowers in a hurry.
When you order by 11 a.m. Eastern, a local florist will hand-deliver a stunning bouquet by the end of the day for all of life’s unexpected moments.
Responsibly-Sourced Flowers You Can Feel Good About
Do you worry about the environment? While traditional flower delivery methods result in up to half the stems dying before they can be enjoyed, the responsibly-sourced farm-fresh flowers from The Bouqs Co. average less than 7% wasted stems.
The Big Apple and Beyond
We know Long Island is more than just New York City, and we can deliver gorgeous floral arrangements all over the island, not just Brooklyn and Queens. From Montauk and the Hamptons to Amityville and from Greenport to Riverhead to Garden City, we’ve got you covered!
Harbes Orchard’s Annual Apple Harvest
The second weekend of every September, don’t miss out on the opportunity to pick your own apples or pumpkins at the Harbes Orchard’s Annual Apple Harvest in Riverhead. In addition to the apple and pumpkin picking, you’ll find a corn maze, pony rides, food, music, and more.
Do You Send Vases to Long Island With the Flowers?
Since we know some people already have a favorite vase and we hate waste, we don’t include one with every order. However, we do have some lovely options you can add to your flower purchase.
What Time Will My Flowers Be Delivered?
FedEx delivers most of our beautiful bouquets by 8 p.m., while a local florist hand-delivers same-day flower arrangements by the end of the day.
Can You Deliver Flowers to a Hospital?
Yes; however, we can’t guarantee your flowers will make it to your loved one’s room. Same-day Bouqs are delivered to the front desk and our other Bouqs go to the mailroom. You should also know that ICUs do not accept flower deliveries for either patients or staff.
Long Island Symbolic Flower
New York chose the rose to be the state flower in 1955.
Botanical Gardens Near Long Island
Clark Botanic Gardens
193 I U Willets Rd, Albertson, NY 11507
Flowers Endemic to Long Island
Wild columbine (Aquilegia canadensis), Smooth blue aster (Aster laevis, syn. Symphyotrichum laeve), Spotted bee-balm (Monarda punctata), Seaside goldenrod (Solidago sempervirens), Birdfoot violet (Viola pedata), Wild blue lupine (Lupinus perennis), Field pussytoes (Antennaria neglecta)
Flower Market Near Long Island
Long Island Wholesale Florist
62-6 Flushing Ave, Queens, NY 11378