Flowers Delivered to Virginia

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 Virginia including notable areas such as from Norfolk, Newport, Richmond and Washington DC as well as other areas throughout the state.

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Why send flowers with Floom?

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What you see is what you get

Love the bouquet on your screen? That’s exactly what our local florist will prepare freshly for your order… or your money back!
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Always unique, never generic

We only work with the most talented and unique artisans, and we’re passionate about supporting our skilled family of florists.
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Hand-delivered with care and attention

Each of our orders is professionally arranged, wrapped and safely delivered with a hand-written card… on the exact day that you need it.

Popular Flower Questions

How can I send flowers to Virginia?

Enter your zipcode to view a selection of bouquets from local florists available within your chosen area, from Washington DC to Richmond and Charlottesville.

What is the state flower of Virginia?

Virginia is the only state to have the same plant for state flower and state tree, the Flowering Dogwood.

Where is Virginia's flower district?

There are several flower markets within Virginia, notable markets include the The Wholesale Flower Market Inc within Chesapeake, 23320 and Metro Flower Market within Chantilly 20151.

Can I get flowers delivered in Virginia on a Sunday?

We deliver flowers on Sunday, including same-day delivery. This is dependant on each individual florist however. Enter your postcode and select the Sunday you wish to deliver on to view which bouquets are available to be sent within Virginia.

How do I extend the life of my flowers?

Always avoid direct sunlight, and never place your flowers next to radiator, heater or under an air conditioner. Remove all the leaves from the stems which will be sitting in the water. Change water every 3 days. Re-cut the stems every time you change the water. Want more top tips from our florists on extending your flower life? Read our guide here.


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