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The Best Florists for Rose Flowers in New York City

Updated 31st May, 2021 by Petal Republic NYC

Welcome to our local guide to the best rose flower delivery services in New York City. Here you’ll find a collection of our favorite local florists for beautiful single stem roses, classic bouquets, and creative floral designs showcasing the venerable rose flower in all its glory. What’s more, many of these excellent studios offer speedy same-day rose flower delivery throughout the week across Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Brons, and Staten Island.

12 Great Options for Roses Delivery in NYC:

1) Ode à la Rose Chic French roses and bouquets$$
2) Roses OnlyExquisite equatorial roses$$$
3) UrbanStemsModern and stylish rose arrangements$$
4) FromYouFlowersAffordable roses for every occasion$
5) FLOWERBXStylish single variety rose collections$$$
6) Gabriela WakehamLuxurious & contemporary arrangements$$$$
7) PlantshedModern and stylish rose arrangements$$
8) Sahola Artistic, contemporary rose arrangements$$$$
9) Venus Et FleurSpectacular Eternity Roses$$$$
10) Julia TestaModern and stylish rose arrangements$$$
11) The Mini Rose Co. Leading Manhattan rose floral studio$$$
12) BloomsyBoxFarm-to-door rose delivery specialist$

The Best Florists for Roses in NYC

1) Ode à la Rose

Chic Parisienne floristry in the heart of New York City.

About Ode à la Rose:

Established in 2012, Ode à la Rose is the creation of two French ex-pats who dreamt of recreating their beloved Parisienne floral traditions right here in New York City. Their understanding of timeless elegance and a deep appreciation for everyday pleasures has hit the mark.

From a dedicated floral design studio in the city, the expert team of in-house designers curates a broad array of luscious flower arrangements with stems sourced from eco-friendly farms across South America and Europe.  Roses are top of the bill (as you might expect) and there’s a wealth of bouquets perfect for a range of occasions.

Expect exquisite packaging and photo proofs of your completed order via email when they are about to ship.

Rose Collection: 

Ode à la Rose offer classic 15” stem bouquets of different sizes. The bouquets come in a number of decadent floral tones: expect deep luscious reds, soft pinks, creamy whites, popping yellow, and rich purples. They can also customize gorgeous assorted color arrangements. If you fancy something untraditional, they offer a stunning option of the Forever Roses, which apparently last up to 2 years!!  

Expect to Pay:

Prices start at $50 for 7 stems, $65 for 12 , up to $144 for 36 roses, $375 for 100 roses.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same day or specified day flower delivery is available throughout the week.

2) Roses Only

An exceptional rose selection sourced from the world’s leading growers.

About Roses Only:

Roses Only pride themselves on only sourcing the finest rose stems available. These, they’ve found, our grown in equatorial climates, typically at altitudes of 8,000 feet above sea level which helps produce large, luscious blooms and long stems.

Rose Collection: 

Roses Only produce an epic collection of boxed fresh-cut rose arrangements covering numerous colors and stem combinations. There’s everything from single stem red roses, a classic dozen red rose bouquets, eternity roses, and truly grand compositions featuring 50+ stems.

Expect to Pay:

Smaller rose arrangements start at around $59 but expect to pay upwards of $85 for their classic boxed collections.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same day or specified day flower delivery is available throughout the week.

3) UrbanStems

Stylish and on-trend rose arrangements starting from $50.

About UrbanStems Rose Delivery NYC:

UrbanStems are a stylish flower delivery specialist. They partner with the likes of Vogue across a range of seasonal and occasion-specific designs to curate an ever-evolving collection of on-trend floral arrangements.

Rose Collection:

Here you’ll find a wide variety of roses featuring prominently across much of UrbanStem’s core collection. They curate an excellent variety of red rose bouquets for Valentine’s Day in addition to softer white roses for Mother’s Day and birthdays throughout the year.

Expect to Pay:

Signature rose bouquets typically range from $45 to $75.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

UrbanStems offer super-speedy same-day rose delivery throughout NYC.

4) FromYouFlowers

The cheapest option for rose delivery in New York City.

About FromYouFlowers New York City Rose Delivery:

FromYouFlowers offers one of the cheapest flower delivery services in New York City full stop. Here you’ll find a huge assortment of floral compositions including an extensive line of rose arrangements. They also provide speedy same-day delivery throughout the week.

Rose Collection:

Here you’ll find well over 100 rose arrangements readily available for delivery. There are options for every gifting occasion including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, The Holidays, birthdays, romantic gestures, and much more.

Expect to Pay:

A classic dozen red roses starts at just $29.99

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery is available throughout New York City.


The best option for single stem bouquets in the city.


The favored florist of the fashion elite, FLOWERBX is the creation of Whitney Bromberg Hawkings – a 19-year veteran at Tom Ford turned leading global florist.

FLOWERBX focuses on doing a couple of things better than anyone else – sourcing the most exceptional single stems from the best growers on the planet and streamlining the entire process to ensure you – the buyer is getting the freshest stems at an affordable price in as quick a time as possible. 

Rose Collection: 

FLOWEBX offers an extensive selection of over 15 different rose colors and varieties. Their classic single stem bouquets come in 20 to 100 rose bouquets starting from around $70. There are also gift set options that I love including 30 stems, floral scissors, and stylish vases in metal or glass

Expect to Pay:

From $70 for 20 stems to $240 for 100 stems in a vase.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery in New York City: $20 flat fee. Order flowers before 1:00 pm from Monday to Friday, and have your chosen bunch delivered the very same day.

Next-day rose delivery in New York City: $15 flat fee, orders by 5:00 pm.

Standard-delivery: $15 flat fee (orders placed 2 or more days in advance).

6) Gabriela Wakeham

Luxury Manahattan florists based in the heart of the NYC Flower District.

About Gabriela Wakeham NYC Rose Delivery:

Gabriela Wakeham is an upmarket floristry studio catering to weddings, special events in addition to luxury flower delivery services throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

The studio is well regarded for its cutting edge designs, immaculate blooms and speedy same-day rose delivery services.

Rose Collection:

Here you’ll find a wide assortment of single-variety rose arrangements in addition to elegant mixed-stem arrangements expertly considered for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s, Birthdays, and romantic gestures throughout the year.

You can also pick and choose between a number of stylish vases or opt for a classic wrapped bouquet.

Expect to Pay:

The studio’s signature rose compositions typically start from $90.

Rose Delivery New York City:

Rose arrangements are available for same-day delivery throughout Manhattan and west Brooklyn.

7) Plantshed

A landmark New York florist for every budget

About Plantshed:

Plantshed has deep roots in New York City, with floristry running through the family-owned and operated business dating back to the 1950s. This veteran offers a broad range of flowers, plants, potteries and features one of the largest variety of rose arrangements in the city.

Plantshed maintains three locations in New York City, including a dedicated 10,000 sqft optimized growing facility as well as a rooftop greenhouse. The Upper West Side greenhouse grows native grasses, evergreens, tropical plants, and blooming annuals. 

Rose Collection: 

Plantshed boasts the largest variety of New York City roses from large Ecuadorian roses to petite spray roses. They offer the classic colors, red, yellow, white, and pink, as well as some bolder shades such as hot pink, orange, purple, peach and bicolor, rose varieties.

In addition to classic bouquets, you can also choose from a vast selection of unique decorative arrangements: vases, glass bowls, wreaths, hearts, baskets, and even rosaries.

Expect to Pay:

Rose arrangements start at $39, $75+ for larger bouquets and $125+ for more expansive floral creations.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery in Manhattan and West Brooklyn is available 7 days a week – orders by 3 pm.

Next-day rose delivery in New York City is available 7 days a week  – delivery fees are determined based on the recipient’s address.

8) Sahola

Creative floristry studio known for their contemporary and artistic designs.

About Sahola:

Founded by creative director Olga Sahraoui, SAHOLA is a boutique, luxury Manhattan florist. It’s not surprising that ‘haute couture’ is one of their key visionary words as they offer floral arrangements fusing fashion, beauty, and bold artistic intent. They even showcase exquisite floral headpieces in their fashion art gallery, which is unique to Sohola. As for rose delivery, expect cutting edge contemporary design and unique rose arrangements perfect for special occasions. 

Rose Collection: 

Sahola offers a variety of options from creative vase and box rose arrangements to their signature rose hat boxes. All arrangements will be dazzling and the rose delivery options are categorized into classic, winter and luxury collections. 

Expect to Pay:

Rose arrangements start at $75, $125+ for larger bouquets, $175+ for more expansive floral creations. 

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery in New York City – orders must be placed by 12:00 pm EST.

Next-day rose delivery in New York City  – orders placed by 6:00 pm EST.

9) Venus Et Fleur

New York’s first bespoke, luxe rose arrangements and home of the Eternity® Rose

About Venus ET Fleur:

If you’re looking for something quite spectacular in the Rose department then Venus ET Fleur might be right up your street. This Manhattan studio is the founder of the Eternity® Rose. These are real, natural roses that, with proper care, maintain their beautiful appearance for up to a year.

Rose Collection: 

The signature collection of boxed arrangements features metallic, suede, leather, marble, gemstone, glass, and heart-shaped designs. The color variety goes far beyond the standard lush reds and pinks, and it includes avant-garde colors such as dark purples, blues, and black.

Expect to Pay:

Expect to pay $250 to $500+ for a classic boxed floral rose arrangement. Sub $100 options are available!  

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery is available to all New York City boroughs.

10) Julia Testa

Modern, contemporary and stylish Manhattan florist

About Julia Testa:

Much loved florist Julia Testa has a growing reputation in the city for exceptional floral design. She believes design composition is part of an experience and she has led an expert team of in-house designers. They create an array of custom-made compositions tailored to a vast range of occasions and personal tastes.

Rose Collection: 

Julia Testa’s floral design studio offers a well-appointed selection of both classic chic and whimsical rose arrangements. They are delivered in modern glass or ceramic vases and there is even one stunning eternal rose option in a glass box. They use the classic shades of reds, whites, peaches, and pinks in their creations.

Expect to Pay:

Floral arrangements start at $75 for smaller arrangements, $100+ for larger bouquets and $150+ for more expansive floral creations.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Same-day rose delivery in New York City – orders must be placed by 3:00 pm EST.

Next-day rose delivery in New York City  – orders placed by 5:00 pm EST.

11) The Mini Rose Co.

Organic and timeless floral designs sourced from the New York flower market

About The Mini Rose Co.:

In 2013, veteran designer Samantha Maranca used her expertise in visual merchandising, interior design, and passion for floral design to launch The Mini Rose Co. It is now one of New York’s most stylish studios attaining press in top lifestyle publications such as New York Magazine. Known for using the freshest flowers from the New York City flower market, Samantha and her team excel at elevating the look of space using unique texture combinations and unexpected elements. For a combination of craft, subtly ingenious arrangements that add stylish warmth to all settings, The Mini Rose Co. hits the mark.

Rose Collection: 

The Mini Rose Co. offers single stem rose bouquets as well as stunning mixed color arrangements. Each of the featured gift bouquet designs comes in a perfectly selected vase in glass, ceramic, metal, and wood options. 

Expect to Pay:

$100 to $150+ for a boxed rose arrangements. Other flower species up to $250.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Next-day rose delivery is available in Manhattan and select parts of Brooklyn and Queens

12) BloomsyBox

Farm-to-door rose delivery specialists.

About BloomsyBox Rose Delivery New York City:

BloomsyBox delivers all its fresh flowers directly from the flower farm where they’re produced. Fresh roses are cut, composed, neatly packaged, and shipped immediately to your doorstep. There are no middlemen, storefronts, or warehouses involved which ensure roses arrive fresher than you might find elsewhere (and also saves on costs making their arrangements super affordable).

They’re particularly well regarded for their monthly rose subscriptions as well if you’re after a regular flower delivery.

Rose Collection:

Here you’ll find one of the most extensive collections of fresh roses throughout the year. There’s a great choice of colors as well as different rose varieties to pick from.

Expect to Pay:

Rose bouquets start from just $39.99 and you pick between a range of size options.

Valentine’s Day Flower Delivery in New York City:

Fresh roses directly from the farm in typically 5 to 7 days.

The best of New York City with Petal Republic:

Rose Delivery New York City FAQ:

Most NYC florists and flower shops carry a number of rose varieties throughout the year. Some of our favorite florists who are are highly regarded for their rose collections include Ode a la Rose, Roses Only, UrbanStems, Gabriela Wakeham, Julia Testa, The Mini Rose Co., and Plantshed.

Yes, many florists and specialist online flower delivery services utilize special packaging technology to ensure fresh roses arrive in pristine condition. Often rose buds are shipped pre-bloom as well to ensure the delicate petals aren’t damaged in transit.

Florists typically purchase single red roses at a wholesale price ranging from $1 to $3 depending on variety and quality. Consumers can expect to pay anywhere from $4 to $10 for a single red rose in New York City.

Expedited / same-day flower delivery is typically a $15 to $20 surcharge on all orders. There are however some florists and flower shops who will provide free delivery on all orders typically over $80. 

Most NYC florists request same-day flower delivery orders by 1 pm EST that day. A few florists serving their local neighborhoods (typically locations inside a 1 to 2 mile radius) will be able to extend same-day flower delivery requests as late as 5 pm EST. 

The Rose Flower

June Birth Flower Roses

Rose is a broad genus of flowering plants. As a result, the flowers vary depending on the species or type. Wild roses, for instance, typically have five petals, whereas those in the Old Garden Roses and Modern Roses categories often have multiple sets of petals. More details on these types of roses below. 

The size of rose flowers ranges from miniature forms, which are about 1.25 cm (0.5 inch) across, to hybrid types measuring at least 17.5 cm (6.8 inches) in diameter. 

Types of Rose Flowers

With over 300 recognized rosa species and thousands of available hybrids of roses, you can find them in different colors, forms, and sizes. Although their broad lineage can be quite challenging to dissect, three main categories identify these famed blooms: Species (Wild) Roses, Old Garden Roses, and Modern Roses

Species Roses, otherwise referred to as Wild Roses, are rose species that occur naturally and not hybridized. They are typically shrub-like or large climbing types of perennials that require minimal maintenance. They bloom single, flat flowers once a year. 

Old Garden Roses, otherwise known as Heritage Roses, are roses that have been in existence before 1867. Included in this category are Alba roses, Ayrshire roses, Bourbon roses, China roses, Gallica roses, Moss roses, Portland roses, Ramblers roses, Tea roses, and more. These flowers have strong fragrances and beautiful bloom shapes. Moreover, they bloom once a year during the summer season.  

Modern Roses are roses hybridized after 1867. Unlike heritage roses, they flower continuously. Most importantly, they have a larger flower size and longer vase life. However, they are not as fragrant and as hardy as heritage roses. Included in this category are English roses, Floribunda roses, Grandiflora roses, Hybrid Tea roses, Rambler roses, Miniature roses, and more. 

Most Popular Rose Varieties

What the number of rose flowers in a bouquet represents

One of the most promising types of roses comes from the Modern Roses group – the Hybrid Tea Roses. A popular hybrid tea rose variety is the ‘Tahitian Sunset,’ which features apricot-pink blooms measuring up to 6 inches across. 

Another famed rose is the ‘About Face’ cultivar, which is an orange Grandiflora rose. It features bi-colored petals, rich green and glossy leaves, and long stems. The flowers grow up to 5 inches across and carry an apple-like fragrance. 

Other popular rose varieties are as follows: ‘Teasing Georgia,’ ‘Easy Does It,’ ‘Julia Child,’ ‘Mardi Gras,’ ‘Wild Blue Yonder,’ ‘Elle,’ ‘Pat Austin,’ and ‘Frankly Scarlett.’

The Number of Roses in a Bouquet and What They Represent:

What the number of rose flowers in a bouquet represents

Putting a flower bouquet together is a work of art that requires an understanding of the botanical language.

Single Rose Arrangements

A single rose is a simple yet significant way to send the message “I love you” to someone. It can also mean love at first sight. A single rose is a perfect choice for romantic occasions.

The price of a simple rose can vary depending on factors like the stem length, and timing, for instance. You could buy a single stem for as low as $1, but expect that number to double on occasions like Valentine’s day.

Simple Rose Bouquets

A simple bouquet of six flowers represents shared love. A nine-rose bouquet says, “together forever.” Simple bouquets are an excellent gift for many occasions, apart from romance, like birthdays and celebrating a friends’ achievement.

A six-rose bouquet with some baby flowers and wrapping paper can cost you anywhere between $10 to $20.

Premium Rose Bouquets

A premium bouquet with lots of roses is a fabulous gift for anniversaries and a way of showing your partner that you still admire and appreciate them.

For instance, a bouquet with 50 flowers represents love with no boundaries. A premium bouquet may range from $40 to $70.

Super Lux

Who wouldn’t admire a bouquet with a 100 roses or more? 100-rose flower bouquets signify union and complete devotion. For that reason, they fit the bill for grand romantic gestures.

Are you looking for a stunning bouquet for your proposal? A super lux rose bouquet is the one!

A super lux bouquet could be a bit heavy on the wallet, ranging from $70 and up to $100, but it definitely conveys a meaningful message.

Eternity Roses

Eternity roses can stay fresh for up to a year. They’re a fantastic way to show your significant other how special they are to you.

Eternity roses’ price can range from $40 for a single rose to $500 for a large bouquet.

For more, see our Ultimate Guide to Roses.


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