This flower delivery guide is a great resource for anyone interested in sending flowers in Philly. Whether you’re sending flowers to a friend, wife, or your sister (it is, after all, the City of Brotherly Love, so be a good brother!), you want to choose the best possible option.

Sending flowers online can sometimes be tricky and disappointing. Type “Flower Delivery Philadelphia” or “Send Flowers to Philadelphia” in Google and you can quickly be overwhelmed with all the options available out there.

So to make it easier for you, we summed up the options that are available out there when it comes to sending flowers to Philadelphia

1)Ode à la Rose: highly recommended (wink wink :-))

2)National Flower Delivery Companies

3)Local Philadelphia Florists

4)DIY Solutions


We started Ode à la Rose in 2012 with a simple concept: we wanted to deliver elegant bouquets made with the highest quality flowers.

After a few months of delivering our flowers, we realized that the act of sending flowers is more than just about the flowers. It’s also about what happens before, during and after the delivery has been made.

So, we set out to find ways to improve the flower delivery experience every step of the way. How do we make flower delivery better?

First, we realized that most of the time, the sender never gets to see the flowers that are received. To resolve this, we started taking pictures of each arrangement that left our workshop. By sending our customers a snapshot of their bouquet, they can see for themselves that what they see on our website is actually what their loved one has received.

Second, we wanted to make the gifting experience more special. So we created a beautiful gift box that complements the beauty of our blooms. Our gift box not only enhances the gifting experience, but it was also engineered so that your flowers are carefully preserved during transportation.

Last, we know that a picture is worth a thousand words, so we added a new photo feature to our flower delivery! Uploading a photo to send with your order is free and very easy (especially when you’re using our mobile site) and we print the photo in high resolution on glossy photo paper and place it in the box with your message. Think of the possibilities: you with your bestie for her birthday bouquet, a photo of all the grandchildren for the grandparents, a #TBT to your wedding on your anniversary…

So what are you waiting for? Order a beautiful bouquet now!

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Signature Red Rose Arrangement

Starting at $59.99

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Wildflower and Roses Bouquet

Starting at $59.99

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Assorted Color Rose Arrangement

Starting at $59.99

Assorted Rose Tin Pail white garden roses Roses and Snapdragon Bouquet
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Assorted Rose Tin Pail

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White Garden Roses

Starting at $89.99

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Roses & Snapdragon

Starting at $89.99

If you’re not convinced by our pitch, these are your other options for sending flowers to Philadelphia.


Most of the big national flower delivery companies deliver to Philadelphia. Some send flowers overnight through Fedex or UPS, others dispatch their orders to a local florist.

Depending on which company you choose, you will have the choice between next day and same day delivery.

If you’re on a tight budget, ProFlowers is probably the way to go. If you’re willing to spend more money on your flower arrangement, companies like FTD or Teleflora can certainly do the job.


There are many local florists in Philadelphia. Some are great, others can be disappointing. To minimize risk, always quickly check client reviews sites like Yelp. They will quickly give you a pretty accurate idea of what you can expect.

For your convenience, we’ve put together a selection of mom and pop florist shops in Philadelphia. We can’t vouch for them but we hope this can be helpful in case of a last minute emergency.

You can find a local florist in any of the following Philadelphia neighborhoods:

Callowhill | Chesnut Hill | Chinatown | Fairmount | Fishtown | Germantown | Logan Square | Manayunk | Market East | Northern Liberties |  Old City | Rittenhouse Square | Society Hill



319 N 11th St
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(267) 858-1355

AAA Sunflower Florist

449 N 12th St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

(215) 627-8141

Chestnut Hill

Robertson’s Flowers & Events

8501 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19118

(215) 836-3050

Chestnut Hill Flower and Garden

7639 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19118

(610) 279-5569

Florum Flowers

8229 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19118

(609) 213-5631


Rose 4 U Florist

116 N. 11th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 238-1634

Bee’s Flowers Art & Crafts

919 Race St
Philadelphia, PA 19107


Plants Etc

2313 Fairmount Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130

(215) 236-3060

Pink Daffodils Florist

547 N 20th St
Philadelphia, PA 19130

(215) 391-3418

Robert Mitchell Florist

2006 Hamilton St
Philadelphia, PA 19130

(215) 557-7565


Ross the Florist

212 E Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19125

(215) 739-5551

Riverside Floral Designs

Girard & Montgomeryave
Philadelphia, PA 19102

(215) 426-9030


Rothe Florists

7148 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19119

(215) 660-5359

Logan Florist Gifts

5807 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19144

(215) 844-5123

Keep N Touch Flowers, Inc

5719 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19144

(215) 298-6838

Logan Square

Carl Alan Floral Designs LTD

1700 Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 246-0171

The Philadelphia Flower Market

1500 JFK Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19102

(215) 563-5478



4250 Main St
Philadelphia, PA 19127

(215) 482-4609

Chrissy’s Flowers

4461 Main St
Philadelphia, PA 19127

(267) 335-5409

Market East

Market Blooms

Reading Terminal Market
12th & Filbert Streets Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 625-6667

Bonatsos’ Flower Shop

133 South 10th St
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 923-1330

Young’s Florist

1124 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 238-0788

Northern Liberties

Flowers, Etcetera By Denise

637 N Second St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

(215) 238-0808

Beautiful Blooms Events

1016 New Market St
Philadelphia, PA 19123

(215) 925-9300

Old City

Petit Jardin En Ville

134 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 923-1600

Papertini Floral & Event Design

16 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

(267) 438-4350

Old City Flowers

31 S 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19106

(215) 925-2882

Rittenhouse Square

Nature’s Gallery Florist

2124 Walnut St
Philadelphia, PA 19103

(215) 563-5554

Pure Design

500 S 22nd St
Philadelphia, PA 19146

(215) 545-6666

Avanda Flower Shop

401 S 16th St
Philadelphia, PA 19146

(215) 545-2338

Society Hill

My Fleur Lady

509 S 6th St
Philidelphia, PA 19147

(267) 273-0473

Little Shop of Flowers

335 South St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

(215) 625-9372

Paper Moon

520 S 4th St
Philadelphia, PA 19147

(267) 687-2780



If you don’t want to take any risks, you can head to Whole Foods, Trader’s Joe or your local supermarket and buy cut loose flowers. The quality of the flowers is on a case by case basis but you can sometimes have great surprises.

Bonus: If you’re clueless about how to arrange cut flowers, this video which was put together by Pottery Barn is a great tutorial. Check it out!


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