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Grocery store flowers are good flowers to buy on your way home from work, at the spur of the moment, with no planning. They’re perfect “I was thinking of you” flowers. They’re spontaneous.

But Valentine’s Day is not a day for spontaneity. It falls on the same date every year. You are given a month and a half to plan for it after the holidays. Flowers are still a wonderful gift, but these flowers have to be damn good flowers. They should arrive in artful arrangements sourced from local florists, healthy and beautiful, with at least a week of shelf life in them.

These three online flower delivery companies responsibly source their bouquets, and the bouquets themselves are masterpieces. Consider one for a romantic Valentine’s Day present. And because you’re smart, you’ll lock down that online order soon to guarantee shipment in time for February 14—but just in case, there are same-day shipping options for all you procrastinators. Either way, no sweat.

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Bouqs

Bouqs ships its flowers across the country after sourcing them from eco-friendly farms around the world. It also connects you with artisan florists in your area, which opens up the possibility of same-day delivery. The selection on Bouqs’ website is wide, including a range of bouquets crafted specially for Valentine’s Day. Whether you’re on the lookout for Asiatic lilies from California or pink and purple roses from Ecuador, you’ll find a worthy option.

Starting at $36 + $12 nationwide delivery

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UrbanStems

To ensure its flowers are grown sustainably and responsibly, UrbanStems works with Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. The flowers are then arranged by UrbanStems designers and delivered either that day or the next. You can also pre-order a bouquet up to two weeks in advance. Shop UrbanStems’ Valentine’s Day collection for extra special blooms.

Starting at $48 (no delivery fees)

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Floom

Floom works with independent florists in three cities: Los Angeles, New York, and San Francisco. Unfortunately, that means Floom only delivers in those three cities. But if you’re lucky enough to live there, Floom makes it easy to order a totally unique, truly gorgeous arrangement without you having to leave the house to hunt down a boutique florist—and in many cases, a vase is included. And the local nature of its business means your delivery options are next-day or same-day.

From $49 + $15 next-day delivery

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