Flower of the Month Clubs will Brighten Their Day

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Mum’s Flowers by ~Prescott

A subscription to a Flower of the Month Club is a lovely method for celebrating a year’s worth of occasions: birthdays, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, anniversaries, and more. Monthly flower deliveries are a fresh way to experience a wide range of flower varieties with everything from classic flower arrangements to colorful assortments of seasonal blooms to potted flowers that will bloom again and again.

Flower delivery gift clubs used to be “one size fits all,” only allowing members the choice between “assorted” or “roses.” Happily the choices are now as endless as they are colorful: organic, exotic, roses, blooming, planted and many more. The best part? Most popular flower club memberships dispatch bouquets straight from the growers — you can’t find flowers much fresher than that!

The most popular flower of the month club deliveries are:

Flower of the Month Club

The flower of the month gift from Clubs of America was rated the number one flower club by the Wall Street Journal and carries a one-hundred percent satisfaction guarantee. Flower club members receive a fresh, professionally designed bouquet direct from the grower each month, themed to the season and newly cut to ensure lasting beauty. Each shipment also includes an informative “Flower Expeditions” newsletter with each shipment. This club prides itself on having some of the rarest and most exotic flower bouquets. Recent deliveries from the Flower of the Month club have included flower arrangements such as Oriental Lilly Bouquet, Pincushion Protea Bouquet, Tropical Ginger & Heliconia Bouquet, and the Costa Rica Birds of Paradise Bouquet. (more information)

Bouquet of the Month Club

When you see a bouquet of beautiful flowers, you just can’t help but smile. A colorful Bouquet of the Month Club will bring that smile back again and again. Every month a floral bouquet of mixed blooms will arrive to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries and just-because days. Since the flowers are assorted, members can expect the arrangements to include a large variety of stunning cut flowers: birds of paradise blossoms, Stargazer lilies, gerbera daisies, Queen Anne’s lace, roses and more. Check out the Bouquet of the Month Club. (more information)

Traditional Flowers by the Month Club

Flower-lovers subscribed to a conventional flower of the month club such as one of those offered by ProFlowers.com can expect to receive traditional garden favorites, like Alstromeria, Lilies, Roses, Chrysanthemum, Iris, Azaleas, Daisies, Poms, Solidasters, Carnations, and others as they come into bloom throughout the year. It’s the most diverse bouquets and a great gift if you want to make sure to send bright and cheery arrangements every month. Another bonus? ProFlowers guarantees every bouquet with seven days of freshness. (more information)

EcoBlooms Organic Flowers of the Month Gift Club

Organic Bouquet delivers an arrangement of seasonal blooms each month filled with flowers guaranteed to be earth-friendly. EcoBlooms  is creating a new industry standard by ensuring that all packaging is made from recycled and recyclable materials. The organic flower of the month club also uses Carbonfund.org to purchase carbon offsets that mitigate the greenhouse gases generated from shipping the monthly deliveries. EcoBlooms products have multiple certifications which include one or more of the following: Veriflora Certified, Fair Trade certified, transitional, FlorVerde, EcoCert, Rain Forest Alliance, fair labor practices, FlorEcuador. This monthly flower program gives new meaning to the term “going green!” (more information)

Roses of the Month Delivery

Want to give a romantic gift all year round? Order a monthly delivery of roses and your beloved will receive seasonally-selected bouquets, each with a dozen roses. Show her the passion still burns with a classic red rose bouquet every month or go for color and let the meaning of each month’s rose tell the story of your love. ProFlowers will send a free vase with the first delivery of their Roses of the Month Club. (more information)

Orchid of the Month Club

Orchid of the Month Clubs, usually offer two choices for your monthly delivery of beautiful flowers—either a mixed bunch of cut orchids or a single type of planted orchid. Deliveries may bring the delicate beauty of White wonders, lavender mistines, pink jaguars, green jades, or any one of the many tropical species that make up the orchid family. Learn to grow your own flowers or join an orchid club that delivers arranged flowers and enjoy their stately charm in a vase. Read our article about the different Orchid of the Month Clubs to find the best of the best.

Monthly Tropical Flower Club

Looking for a bouquet of plants you don’t see every day? How about arrangements of tropical flowers that feature the striking flora of Hawaii? Arrangements for the tropical flower club members are made from the freshest, most exotic tropical flowers in season from Alii Flowers — flowers such as royal protea, bird of paradise, anthurium, red ginger, heliconia and other exotic foliage. For those that want to learn more about the flowers that are delivered, the Hawaiian Tropical Flower of the Month Club also includes a full-color book that explains how to care for and arrange tropical flowers. (more information)

Violet of the Month Club

Every month members of the Violet of the Month Club receive a special selection of premium Optimara African Violets to cultivate their collection of amazing purple flowers. In each shipment, Selective Gardner sends 3 African Violets—all genuine Rhapsodie and Optimara Violets. Gardeners and other admirers of African Violets will find this gift club breathtaking. (more information)

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  1. I like the roses of the month delivery. It would be an adorable and beautiful present.

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