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Tempe Flower Delivery

Send flowers in Tempe, AZ with The Bouqs Co. We have a great selection of flowers that can be delivered as soon as the same day in Tempe.

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Send Flowers in Tempe, AZ Online

Are you looking for easy online flower delivery to Tempe, AZ? You should trust The Bouqs Co. to provide the best and freshest blooms you can buy online. Just how are our flowers so fresh? Well, we source our blooms directly from farmers around the world – all of whom use responsible farming practices like minimizing waste and recycling water – and then we ship directly to your recipient’s door. We’ve cut out the middleman, so you get flowers from the field faster than our competitors.


Order Flowers in Arizona’s Biggest College Town

Just 10 minutes from Phoenix, Tempe is home to Arizona State University, and thus has a bustling population of college students and families alike. For the friends or relatives that live in Tempe, flower delivery from The Bouqs can be an excellent gift for any occasion. Whether you’re unable to make their latest birthday celebration, you’re away and want to send a gift of congratulations, or you want to cheer them up for any particular reason, our flower bouquets can help remind them how much you care.


All About Flowers in Tempe, AZ

Tempe’s Symbolic Flower

Tempe may not have its very own flower, but the blossom of the Saguaro Cactus is Arizona’s state flower.


Botanical Gardens Near Tempe

Desert Botanical Garden, located at 1201 N Galvin Pkwy, Phoenix, AZ 85008


Tempe’s Flower Markets

Tempe itself doesn’t host a flower market, but the Arizona Flower Market is held nearby in Phoenix’s Flower District.


Flowers Endemic to Tempe

Despite Arizona being known for its desert land, there is certainly more that grows here than just cacti! Some of the best flowers in Tempe that grow natively are the Western Yarrow, Thurber’s Desert-honeysuckle, Small-Leaf Geigertree, Shrubby Indian Mallow, Pine-needle Milkweed, Goodding verbena, and Desert Marigold.