Gorgeous flower bouquets for Mother's Day

Real Simple
Photo: James Baigrie

When blooms are your go-to gift for Mother's Day, these sites deliver the best buds of the bunch.

This May 13, want to plant a kiss on Mom from afar? From a mix of wild flowers to a grand box of tulips, pick buds that are sure to brighten her day.

More from
Real Simple:

Mother’s Day Gift Basket Ideas

24 Unique Mother’s Day Cards

9 Tasty Gifts and Treats for Mom

Courtesy of teleflora.com

One Fine Day

A bouquet that’s filled with a few of her favorite buds like pale yellow roses, hot pink tulips, matsumoto asters, and lavender cushion spray mums.

To buy: $50, teleflora.com.
Enter the code SIMPLE20 at checkout to receive 20 percent off this item.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of ftd.com

Blushing Invitations Bouquet

A special delivery for the leading lady in your life. Surprise her with an arrangement of fuchsia roses, pale pink carnations, and lush green filler.

To buy: $48, ftd.com.

Courtesy of organicbouquet.com

Spring Tulips

Ten multicolored stems exploding with seasonal charm.

To buy: $40, organicbouquet.com.
Enter the code REALSIMPLE15 at checkout to receive 15 percent off this item.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of floraflora.com

Gerbera Daisies

Skip the seasonal mix and commit to one stem. This bunch of bright and cheerful daisies is sure to give her something to smile about.

To buy: $46, floraflora.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE at checkout to receive free standard shipping on this order.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of ftd.com

For All You Do Bouquet

Brighten up a room—and her special day—with this vibrant arrangement of lavender Peruvian lilies, magenta mini carnations, and lush greens.

To buy: $36, ftd.com.

Courtesy of teleflora.com

Hats Off to Mom Bouquet

There’s nothing quite as exquisite as an assortment of roses that arrive in a one-of-a-kind vessel.

To buy: $50, teleflora.com. Enter the code SIMPLE20 at checkout to receive 20 percent off this item.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of floraflora.com

Spray Roses

When in doubt, turn to the never-let-you-down classic bloom. A bountiful arrangement of 50 long stemmed roses bursting with color.

To buy: $39, floraflora.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE at checkout to receive free standard shipping on this item.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of calyxflowers.com

Starlet Orchids

A lush bouquet of magenta orchids celebrates her true love and beauty.

To buy: $80, calyxflowers.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE30 at checkout to receive $30 off this bouquet.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Courtesy of flowerbud.com

Blue Irises

For the woman who stands above all the rest, treat her to a spectacular bouquet of cobalt irises.

To buy: $69, flowerbud.com. Enter the code RS10 at checkout to receive 10 percent off this item.*


*These discounts will be available from April 12, 2012, to May 12, 2012, or while supplies last.

Photo: Grant Cornett

Giselle Succulent Trough

This set of five succulents is incredibly easy to care for: Just water the soil when it feels dry. Great for those with the proverbial black thumb.

To buy: $59.20, oliveandcocoa.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE20 at checkout.*


* Shipping not included. These discounts will be available from May 1, 2012, to June 30, 2012, or while supplies last.

Photo: Grant Cornett

Opulent Orchids

Make Grandma feel as if she’s having a spa vacation at home. These elegant white orchids potted in a bamboo box should stay in full bloom for three to four months.

To buy: $95.96, teleflora.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE at checkout.*

Photo: Grant Cornett

Orchid Passion

A vibrant orchid-and-hydrangea arrangement begs to be placed in an entryway or in some other high-traffic location. It will distract and delight all day long.

To buy: $120, starflor.com. Enter the code RS12 at checkout.*

Photo: Grant Cornett

Grand Box of Tulips

Thanking her for years of car-pool service is a tall order. But a delivery of 120 loose tulips should fit the bill—and about 10 of her vases.

To buy: $159, flowerbud.com/realsimple.html.*

Photo : Grant Cornett

Edible-Flowers Kit

Skip the garden-variety box of chocolates. Instead, charm an epicure with a trio of flowers that can top spring salads. The kit includes seeds for lemon pansies, nasturtiums, and violas.

To buy: $55.96, redenvelope.com. Enter the code REALSIMPLE at checkout.*

Photo: Grant Cornett

Preserved Boxwood Topiary

For the always-manicured type: neatly groomed greenery delivered to her door. A monthly spritz of water is all that’s needed to maintain the shape.

To buy: $55, janeonmain.com. Enter the code RS2012 at checkout.*

Sorry you didn't like this comment. Please provide a reason below.

Are you sure?
Rating failed. Try again.
Request failed. Try again.
We will promote constructive and witty comments to the top, so everyone sees them!
Sorry, we can’t load comments right now. Try again.

    Recommended for You

    • This teen’s warning has people looking out for shirts wrapped around their windshield wipers

      If you were getting into your car late at night and saw a shirt wrapped around your windshield wiper blade, what would…

      Hello Giggles
    • Trump can't find any US trade surpluses. Here you go, Mr. President

      Trump has heavily criticized international trade deals and trade deficits with Mexico and China, in particular.

      CNBC
    • Wiz Khalifa Shares Meaningful Message To Fans After Death Of Trans Sister

      Rapper Wiz Khalifa is mourning the demise of his transgender sister, but he still managed to post a heartwarming message for his fans on Twitter.

      International Business Times
    • Shooting of 2 Indians in US bar sends shock waves in India

      HYDERABAD, India (AP) — The shooting of two Indians in a crowded suburban Kansas City bar has sent shock waves through their hometowns, and India's government is rushing diplomats to monitor progress in the investigation into the crime.

      Associated Press
    • Call Her Hot Mama June! Honey Boo Boo and Pumpkin Talk About Their Mom’s Journey from 460 Lbs. to a Size 4

      Mama June Shannon may just need to change her name to Hot Mama June. After undergoing weight loss surgery, the matriarch of the Here Comes Honey Boo Boo family will reveal her new body on the reality TV screen in WE tv’s new docu-dramedy Mama June: From Not to Hot. But first, her daughters Alana (known better to fans as “Honey Boo Boo”) and Lauryn (AKA “Pumpkin”) stopped by Entertainment Tonight to explain how their mother went from 460 lbs. to a size 4. “She had gastric sleeve back in May of 2015, and then she slowly started losing weight, and the reason she got the gastric sleeve was because she hit a plateau — she couldn’t lose any weight,” Pumpkin explained of her mom’s surgery to make her stomach smaller.

      People
    • Magic Johnson debate turns into ESPN-on-ESPN racism claims

      A handful of ESPN personalities bared their claws Thursday in response to radio host Dan Le Batard’s Magic Johnson takedown, which at least one of his colleagues believed to be racially motivated. Debating Johnson’s recent promotion to the Lakers’ president of basketball operations with co-host Jon “Stugotz” Weiner on his ESPN radio show Thursday morning, Le Batard sounded dumbfounded by the Lakers’ faith in their former star who, according to the talking head, hasn’t proven himself in any of his careers outside of basketball. “What you’ve got here though, is a testament to the power of fame. And a testament to the power of a modicum of charm,” Le Batard said. “Because Magic Johnson is charming.

      New York Post q
    • Former Nursing Home Worker Accused of Giving Lap Dance to 100-Year-Old Patient Speaks Out

      A former Ohio nursing home worker accused of performing a lewd act on a 100-year-old patient with dementia is speaking out.

      Tribune
    • Water released from Shasta Dam's top gates for first time in nearly two decades

      For the first time in almost two decades, water was released Thursday from the topmost gates of the dam impounding Lake Shasta, California's largest reservoir, marking another milestone in what is shaping up to be the state's wettest year on record. The release lasted only 15 minutes and was only a test to confirm that the gates were functioning properly in case they need to be used at a later time, according to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. The gates operated as expected, the bureau’s spokesman Louis Moore said. With the reservoir at 135% of its historical average for this time of year and nearly 93% of its capacity, dam engineers were releasing billions of gallons of water to make room for incoming flows from the surrounding foothills and Sierra Nevada, according to the bureau.

      Los Angeles Times q
    • We need to talk about the Finnish president’s dog Lennu, aka the most insane looking dog on the planet

      Some faces just can’t be ignored, which is why it is most urgent that we drop everything else and engage you in…

      Hello Giggles
    • US factory CEOs to Trump: Jobs exist; skills don't

      President Donald Trump brought two dozen manufacturing CEOs to the White House on Thursday and declared their collective commitment to restoring factory jobs lost to foreign competition. Yet some of the ...

      Associated Press
    • Entertainment Tonight
    • Garmin engineer shot and killed in Kansas by man who allegedly yelled ‘get out of my country’

      Srinivas Kuchibhotla GoFundMe A Kansas man was charged today after the fatal shooting of a Garmin engineer at a bar Wednesday night, police said.Witness said Purinton yelled “get out of my country”The suspect in the shooting, Adam Purinton, was drinking at the bar in Olathe, Kansas, at about 7:15PM that night, the Kansas City Star reported. A witness said he yelled “get out of my country” to two of the victims, reportedly saying the men, believed to originally be from India, were “Middle Eastern. ...

      The Verge q
    • The US Navy may have just figured out a way to save billions on bombs

      The US Navy may have come across a common sense way to save billions on bombs, according to...

      Business Insider
    • Mama June’s Weight Loss Surgeries Revealed -- How She Went From 460 Pounds to a Size 4

      How Mama June got down from 460 pounds to a reported size 4.

      Entertainment Tonight
    • Draymond Green is kicking again, this time against Blake Griffin

      Welp. Draymond Green kicked someone again.I’m going to let the video speak for itself. Green says his kicks are involuntary reactions and natural motions throughout the course of playing basketball. If nothing else, let’s just say that he makes solid contact with Blake Griffin there, who’s trying to tie him up for a loose ball.Literally earlier in the day, a Draymond Green video game was released that combines NBA Jam and karate. He has a long history of kicking people, after all. ...

      SB Nation q
    • Fox News’ Alan Colmes Dies at 66 After ‘Brief Illness’

      Fox News contributor and commentator Alan Colmes has died after a brief illness. He was 66.

      People
    • The Top 8 Trends of LFW and How to Wear Them Now (15 photos)

      Can you believe it? In what feels like a blink of a sparkle-lined eye, round two of this season's fashion month shows just wrapped in London . And, with a full schedule slated for Milan and Paris, the pace won't be slowing down. But you definitely should--at least long enough to read our break-down below of the biggest fall 2017 trends from across the pond (minus the perspective of Burberry, who showed in season with a buy now, see now model ). Scroll away for a sneak peek of what everyone will be wearing next autumn and, of course, editor-approved tips on making each look work right now. WATCH: Runway Remix: See Our Recap of London Fashion Week

      InStyle
    • Here's What Will Happen To Popeyes Chicken Once They Merge With Burger King

      If you haven't heard by now, Burger King just bought Popeyes for $1.8 billion (NBD), and if you're wondering what that means for the future of the chicken company, you're not alone. A change is definitely gonna come, and though we don't have any definitives yet, here's a glimpse at what you can expect. If you're a diehard fan of the Popeyes menu, be prepared to see some changes. Though you may have your personal favorites, anything that isn't a big menu seller has the chance to get axed in this merger, according to an article from Canadian Business. Price hikes to raise revenue are also a possibility, but they will likely update the items before raising the cost, serving up a larger size or adding

      Delish q
    • Wolf Blitzer grills Rep. Martha Blackburn on her claim that outsiders flooded her town hall

      Those Republicans who dutifully opted to meet with their constituents this week have gotten an earful from people angry about President Trump, his tax returns, the push to repeal ObamaCare and other issues. Many of these lawmakers, along with the Trump administration, explained the anger by claiming that the people packing town hall events are paid or otherwise organized leftist agitators from outside their districts. Democrats tried a similar defense in 2009 when their town hall events were flooded with angry conservatives, and they paid a steep cost in the 2010 midterm elections. In 2017, many of the people filling up the Republican town halls are "first-timers who echo in passion, though not

      The Week q