Whether you’re in need of a vibrant bouquet for Valentine’s Day or just looking to bring some life into your home to beat the winter blues, these flower shops in Boston each bring something to the table. Visit Winston Flower for elegantly designed pre-assembled bouquets or head to Studio by Garden Streets to build your own “forever floral” arrangement.
1. Winston Flowers, Multiple locations
Winston Flowers doesn’t need an introduction. Possibly one of Boston’s premiere flower shops, with additional locations in Chestnut Hill and Wellesley, Winston is a reliable florist selling elevated bouquets and greenery year-round. Bouquets here average over $100 but come in stunning hand-blown glass vases that are themselves a work of art.
Winston Flowers offers beautiful arrangements, and the larger Chestnut Hill location has an entire greenhouse with landscaping plants as well as houseplants. Floral enthusiasts will never want to leave.
Find Winston Flowers in Back Bay, Chestnut Hill, and Wellesley
2. Rouvalis, Beacon Hill
Tucked away on a hill off of Charles Street is Rouvalis, a charmingly elegant flower shop that pieces into the European energy of Beacon Hill marvelously. In the spring and summer, flowers fill the outdoor showcase and encourage visitors to pick stems for an uplifting bouquet. Year-round you’ll find a small but mighty selection of seasonal stems at Rouvalis, which has been serving Boston for more than 4 decades.
40 W. Cedar St. Boston, MA 02108
3. Robin’s Flower Shop, Downtown
Serving Bostonians for over 37 years, Robin’s Flower Shop offers globally curated flowers from its work with the Boston Flower Exchange. Whether you’re in need of tulips from the Netherlands or hibiscus from Hawaii, they’ll deliver with a smile.
1 Devonshire Pl Ste 1, Boston, MA 02109
4. Bloom Couture Floral Studio, South End
A “Boston Best” winner in 2015 and 2018 by Improper Bostonian, this South End shop serves major flower power. Bouquets here are incredibly unique and make a statement. The “Passion” bouquet will certainly light a spark this Valentine’s Day.
769 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02118 ·
5. Central Square Florist, Central Square
You might recognize Central Square Florist from its cheeky signs outside which welcome guest to come in for a free rose based on their “name of the day” sign. “Come on in for your free rose if your name is…!” They have a great assortment of flowers and offer local delivery in the Boston area and neighboring cities.
653 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139
6. Brattle Square Florist, Harvard Square
A neighborhood staple for over 100 years, this shop has sold flowers “enthusiastically” since day one, and you’ll certainly feel the welcoming presence of the team here. The shop has a wide selection of flowers and lovely houseplants as well.
31 Brattle St, Cambridge, MA 02138
7. Rococo Floral, Somerville
This colorful little shop located inside Bow Market offers big statement flowers. Rococo is the place to go when you’re looking for exotic stems that could be hard to find when out of season.
1 Bow Market Way Somerville, MA 02143
This massive workshop space offers a variety of quick grab and go greenery options in addition to fun workshops where you get to unleash your inner arrangement designer. You can make a succulent arrangement for something longer lasting or pick from their dried “forever flower” stems to create a bouquet to stand the test of time. They also offer fresh flowers on a rotating basis.
9. Forevermark Flowers, Newton
Not too far from Boston College and Cleveland Circle is a wonderful flower shop worth the trip out of the city. An expert in occasion bouquets, Forevermark Flowers has been adding beauty to special occasions for years. You’re guaranteed to find a breathtaking bouquet here or great options for a DIY or professional arrangement.
562 Commonwealth Ave, Newton, MA 02459
10. Table & Tulip
Notting Hill in Boston is the energy at Table & Tulip. The team here is capable of whipping up ethereal bouquets for floral enthusiasts.
461 Shawmut Ave, Boston, MA 02118