Just some of our happy customers...
"I hate when I spend an exorbitant amount on flowers only to have them arrive nothing like the photos. Floom flowers, however, arrive exactly like the photo. My only choice for flowers."
"Beautiful bouquets, delivered same day. So good that we've even made it the default way we order flowers for our office! Highly recommended!"
"Amazing customer service! I had to change the delivery address last minute and she was very accommodating and helpful even though the florist didn't deliver within the location. Will buy again!"
Send flowers from flower shops in Illinois with Floom today for any occasion whether it be Valentine's Day or Mother's Day. Enter your zipcode before 1pm to order same day Illinois flowers to someone's home and brighten the recipient's day, today!
Order your Illinois flowers online with Floom, and the local independent florist fulfilling your order will ensure they are hand-delivered to your chosen recipient. We also provide the option for a handwritten message (our florists all have nice handwriting, we promise!) with the delivery of your bouquet in our delivery cards.
Why send flowers with Floom?
What you see is what you get
Always unique, never generic
Hand-delivered with care and attention
Popular Flower Questions
What is the Illinois state flower?
Enter your zipcode to view a selection of bouquets and florists available within your area in Chicago.
Can I send flowers to Illinois today?
We offer same-day delivery on selected products in most areas, from Chicago to Lincoln, when you order before 1 pm and next day delivery when you order before 12 pm. We even deliver same-day flowers on mother's day and valentine's day.
Where do Floom flowers come from?
Our bouquets from local florists to Illinois and are usually local to your desired delivery area within the state, ensuring your flowers stay fresh for as long as possible.
By following our care tips will help keep them fresh for longer.
What flowers are in season?
Seasonal flowers change with the season, whilst those grown in one season are typically ready to be harvested and used within bouquets the following season. Spring sees Daffodils, Tulips and Hyacinths used in bouquets, summer we see Dahlias and Peoniesas the most popular stem. During the autumnal months' Chrysanthemums become popular, whilst thee winter sees Ranunculus used often within bouquets, as well as holiday-themed flowers and plants such as holly and ivy, added to bouquets for an extra festive touch.