Even the mom who asks that you buy her nothing will be pleased with a bouquet of flowers, and even the laziest gift-giver can order a bouquet online. You can do it today, even, and start feeling very accomplished and ahead of the game. Here we’ve made Mother’s Day gifting the easiest it’s ever been, with a bouquet (and a place to shop for a bouquet) for every type of mom. And if you happen to prefer handing the flowers to mom yourself, we’ve got great vases for that, too.
For the mom who likes it curated
For the mom who’s indecisive
For the mom who’s kind of a hippie
Over at The Bouqs Company, they’ll tell you the name of the farmer who grew and picked your flowers, show you a picture of them, and tell you about their farm. But we think mom’ll love these white ranunculus flowers even if she doesn’t know they were grown in volcanic soil in Ecuador.
For the mom who wants to do good
For the mom who wants it colorful
This massive, multicolored bouquet is a rainbow of miniature roses.
For the mom who thinks pink
If you do like having a zillion options, there is of course always good old, reliable 1-800-Flowers, who will supply two dozen perfect pink-petal roses for mom, or pretty much anything else her heart desires.
For the mom who lives on the edge
For the mom with a green thumb
If mom’s caught plant fever, let her create her own succulent garden with this DIY terrarium from the Sill.
For the mom who appreciates a statement
If your mom believes that bigger is better, The Bouqs Company offers supersized “grand” versions of their popular bouquets. This one has triple the blooms of the already eye-catching original.
For the mom who likes ‘em simple
For the mom who likes ‘em fake
For the mom who likes ‘em fake (when you’re on a budget)
For the mom who likes ‘em fake (but is also an aesthete)
For the mom who likes ‘em real (but preserved)
For the mom who buys flowers for the vase
Even if the amaryllis eventually dies, this dip-dyed ceramic vase is pretty enough to display on its own.
For the mom who’s a minimalist
For the mom who prefers herbs
For the mom who’d like to eat her bouquet
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