Sure, you could hop online and order from 1-800 Flowers or FTD or Bouqs — convenient, fast, door delivery, and they may even have a killer special they’re running. But if you really want to impress your darling, buying local flowers is the surest way to their heart. Check out where to pick up a bouquet from local florists below (psst, they deliver).


Tiger Lily
$45-$275, wine and flower option; $145 for flowers and wine choice; $155 for sparkling champagne and flowers. Local delivery only.

The Flower Cottage

$39.99-$209.95. Delivers to Charleston, Isle of Palms, North Charleston, Mt. Pleasant, and Sullivan’s Island.


The Greenery Florist

$59.95-$79.99. Charleston and Mt. Pleasant delivery.


James Island

Charleston Flower Market
$25-$250. Zone 1 same-day delivery ($9.99): Folly, James Island, Johns Island, Charleston, North Charleston, West Ashley, Mt. Pleasant. Zone 2 next-day delivery ($14.99): Kiawah, Seabrook, Wadmalaw, Daniel Island, Sullivan’s, IOP, upper Mt. Pleasant. 


West Ashley

Charleston Florist
$45-$135. Has been serving Lowcountry for more than 80 years! $10 delivery fee; delivers most area zipcodes. 

Blossoms and Stems

$29.95-$112.95. Serves Charleston, IOP, James Island, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, Summerville, and West Ashley.


Seithel’s Florist

$19.99-$319.99; rose petals for $9.99. Free delivery for local online orders: Charleston, North Charleston, Daniel Island, James Island, Johns Island. 


Mt. Pleasant

Buy the Bunch
$60-$152.96 Delivers to Mt. Pleasant, Wando, Charleston, IOP, and Sullivan’s Island. 


North Charleston

Creech’s Florist
$37.95-$114.95. Serves Charleston, Goose Creek, Hanahan, James Island, Johns Island, Ladson, Mt. Pleasant, North Charleston, and Summerville.

Hood’s Florist and Gifts

$40-$150. Charleston, North Charleston, and Hanahan delivery.

[location-9]Roadside Blooms
$25 in-store arrangements, delivery starting at $59. Valentine’s Day package with Accent on Wine and Sweeteeth starting at $85, delivery included. [location-11]

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