Long Island flowers
Long Island Flower Delivery
Floom takes away the hassle of ordering flowers and makes it easy to send a stunning flower bouquet from an independent florist for flower delivery in Long Island.
Our carefully selected Long Island florists are hand-picked to give you an excellent choice of inspired flower arrangements and plants, and an easy same-day delivery option for surprising someone special.
Simply enter your delivery zip code at the top to send the perfect flowers to someone in Long Island.
Order your Long Island 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
Just some of our happy customers...
Really straight forward ordering process, good selection of flowers, and it was nice to be kept updated of when the flowers I'd ordered had been dispatched. That's super helpful!
Floom is such a good idea! I've spent so much time trying to find good florists near to the person I'm sending to and this solves all those problems (especially as I'm based in Australia!) The flowers arrived with my friend on time and were beautiful and the notifications were great. Will definitely use again!
"Fast, efficient delivery - which was easy for me to arrange overseas - and a beautiful product that delighted the receiver."
Long Island florists
Long Island is an expansive, densely populated island in southeastern New York State, stretching east from New York City. Along its Atlantic coast are Jones Beach State Park, Fire Island and Montauk Point State Park. The area is part of Suffolk County and includes many notable towns such as Huntington and the popular holiday resort, The Hamptons. Long Island is joined to the mainland specifically, to the Borough of the Bronx, which is one of the five boroughs of New York City by two bridges and it is also joined to Manhattan Island and Staten Island by several bridges and tunnels.