Love is in the air! Treat your Valentine to a beautiful (and ethically sourced!) bouquet this February the 14th.
Here's a list of 5 of our favorite sustainable flower companies so you can say 'j'adore' in style...
Photo courtesy of Summer Space Studio
Flowers of all kinds are always a wonderful gift but why not make the sentiment last with these gorgeous paper flowers? Poy Granati is the owner and artisan behind the creation of these incredibly realistic looking flowers. You can purchase a single stem or bouquet or even place a custom order. The 'You are Loved' bouquet (pictured above) is the perfect gift to show your love this season. Poy also offers online and in-person workshops if you’re feeling creative!
FLOWERS IN A BAG
Dubbed "Long Island's first flower truck and digital florist", Hometown Flower Co. is a family-run business that sources all of its flowers locally from Long Island farms. We're currently swooning over their dried floral collection which includes arrangements of enchanting combinations that will last for eternity. Their mobile flower truck called "Baby Blue" (a vintage 1976 Ford F-100) can even be requested for weddings and private events!
The Bouqs Co. partners with eco-friendly farms around the world to bring beautiful, fresh flowers and plants to your doorstep. They offer a wide variety of options ranging from whimsical bouquets to classic Valentine's Day roses. Try out a flower subscription for a delightful delivery of flowers on the regular.
4. Urban Stems
RESPONSIBLY SOURCED BLOOMS
Urban Stems works directly with Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms and offers a stunning selection of responsibly and sustainably sourced floral arrangements. With plenty of festive Valentine's options, plants, and even dried bouquets, you'll be sure to find an incredibly unique gift for that special someone (or yourself!).
It's Bloomsybox’s mission to provide gorgeous floral arrangements while supporting fair and sustainable farming practices. They source primarily from Rainforest Alliance Certified™ farms and ensure fair working conditions and wages for those involved in their supply chain. For a unique subscription experience check out their NYBG Collection -a seasonal arrangement delivered monthly and inspired by The New York Botanical Garden. (A percentage of proceeds benefit the garden's research and programs.)