Enjoy Flowers is a subscription service that delivers a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers to your door on a bi-weekly or monthly basis.
Their “farm-to-front-door” model means you always get exceptionally fresh blooms that are sourced and shipped from their own farms, so you can enjoy stunning flowers that last twice as long. Working with their partner farms in Colombia (where 1,500 employees enjoy above average wages and benefits), Enjoy Flowers takes pride in meeting high standards for environmental protection. They collect up to 96% of the rainwater on their Rainforest Alliance Certified farms for use in irrigation and also recycle 24,000 tons of vegetable waste into 10,000 tons of compost yearly.
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Flowers will be delivered right to your door just 4 days after cutting — compared to the 8-14 days of an average supermarket or florist bouquet. This gives you a week or more of extra life in your flowers at home to enjoy. Their floral designs are crafted by expert designers, giving you custom-made arrangements every month. You can expect to receive a wide variety of blooms including famous Colombian roses, garden roses, alstroemerias, lilies, chrysanthemums, hydrangeas and CHARMELIA® — all pre-arranged and ready to display.
Subscriptions range from $41.65 to $69 per delivery, depending on the frequency (bi-weekly or monthly) and amount of stems included/size of the bouquet (20-50 stems). Shipping is free within the continental US. Gift subscriptions and one-time purchase bouquets are also available. — For a limited time, you can save 15% on your first delivery with coupon code “ROSEBUDS“!
Let’s unbox my April 2021 Enjoy Flowers bouquet!
The flowers were securely packaged in a long cardboard box and delivered via FedEx.
An easy-open pull tab on the side of the box made for a seamless unboxing experience.
A peek inside. — I received a 25-stem bouquet from their Signature Collection ($59/month).
Glued to the inside of the box was a helpful guide to the removal and care of your new blooms. As with any bouquet, you’ll need to trim the end of each stem at a 45-degree angle, remove any leaves that would sit below the water line, and prepare your vase with the included packet of flower food mixed into fresh cold water.
Well hello there, pretty flowers. 🙂
As with all fresh flowers, these guys needed to be trimmed up a bit before heading to their new home/vase.
*Snip, snip, snip* — Done!
And here they are! — It’s tough to gauge from the photo above, but these flowers are HUGE! (The vase they’re in is over 12 inches tall/4 inches wide.) I let them “settle in” for a few hours before taking these pictures and was impressed at how quickly the roses opened up.
You can never have too many roses. 😉
Pretty yellow lilies.
I think the burgundy roses were my favorite. Okay, and the huge pink ones. So pretty!
The photo above was taken 5 or 6 days after receiving the bouquet. — Still going strong!
I don’t think I’ve purchased/received any bouquets since my last Enjoy Flowers review back in July, so I was long overdue for some pretty blooms in my life. 😉 The flowers above were absolutely beautiful — and minus a few wilting petals — still look as nice as the day they were delivered. 😀 (Psst… Mother’s Day is May 9th!) — Remember, for a limited time you can save 15% on your first delivery with coupon code “ROSEBUDS“!