National Flower Day
Celebrate National Flower Day on March 21 by sending someone special in your life (or yourself) a beautiful floral arrangement, potted plant, or one of our lovely bulb gardens. Whether you want to send something bold and bright or sweet and sentimental, FTD has the fabulous floral arrangement for you.
Bouquets to Send for National Flower Day
Our lush bouquets are an excellent choice to buy or gift as a way to celebrate National Flower Day. Our Smiles and Sunshine bouquet features an elevated array of coordinated Spring colors and lush greenery that will brighten up anyone's day or any space. A new and unique offering is our Clear Skies bouquet which features a voluminous gathering of baby blue hydrangea and refreshing white belladonna delphinium blossoms that's sure to feel like a breath of fresh Spring air.
Potted Plants to Send for National Flower Day
If you're looking to make a stunning statement that will last for years to come, FTD has a wide range of potted plants to enjoy. From an elegant Jade Succulent Plant to a zen inspiring blooming Juniper Bonsai mini tree to a lovely pink and white orchid or even our Graceful Gardenia, FTD guarantees that any potted plant you choose for National Flower Day will be delivered on time to almost anywhere in the world 365 days a year.
Blooming Bulb Gardens to Send for National Flower Day
If you're seeking something special that will grow and bloom over time, look no further than one of our blooming bulb gardens. Delivered in a stylish wicker basket, FTD offers unique blooming bulb garden options in all sorts of shapes and sizes, including. These unique gifts will be delivered with a bit of greenery in 'bulb stage,’ which gives your giftee a chance to develop their green thumb by caring for and cultivating their bulbs until they bloom!
Looking to send a symbolic gift to a friend or family member who lives in the United States? The rose was signed into legislation as the national flower of the United States in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan. Consider treating yourself or a friend, significant other, or family member to a flower delivery on National Flower Day.