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Floral Embrace™ Floral Embrace™
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Fields of Europe™ for Spring Fields of Europe™ for Spring
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Sugar n’ Spice Bouquet™ Sugar n’ Spice Bouquet™
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Springtime Wishes™ Springtime Wishes™
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Splendid and Sweet Splendid and Sweet
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Lavender Dreams™ Lavender Dreams™
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Floral Treasures Bouquet Floral Treasures Bouquet
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Delightful Day Delightful Day
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Timeless Tulips® Timeless Tulips®
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Expressions of Pink™ Expressions of Pink™
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Springtime Bird’s Nest of Flowers™ Springtime Bird’s Nest of Flowers™
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Showers of Flowers™ Showers of Flowers™
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Sunset Passion™ Sunset Passion™
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Serene Green™ Serene Green™
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Flower Delivery New York City

New York, New York - The Big Apple - The City that Never Sleeps. Send flowers to all five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island. From Greenwich Village to Flushing, 1800Flowers offers same-day delivery across the New York metropolitan region.

New York Flowers & Plants

1. The New York State Flower is the Rose.

2. There are more than one million living flowers and plants at the New York Botanical Garden, a sprawling 250-acre garden complex located in the Bronx. Special annual exhibits include the Holiday Train Show, Orchid Show and Fall Festival. The smaller, 52-acre Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Prospect Park is known for its blooming cherry trees, bonsai museum and native flora garden.

3. Visit one of New York City's 1700 unique parks. Start with some of the city's most famous green spaces: Central Park, Prospect Park, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, the High Line, Hudson River Park and Pelham Bay Park.

Neighborhood Hot Spots & Main Attractions

1. The Empire State Building, Staten Island Ferry, Coney Island Beach and Boardwalk, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Statue of Liberty, The High Line.

2. For a glimpse of local New York City life, check out Chinatown, the Lower East Side, Williamsburg, Jackson Heights, Tribeca, Brighton Beach and Belmont.

Flowers & Gifts for Locals in New York

Send flowers to New York sports fans to celebrate a big win! Think blue and orange for the Knicks (basketball), Islanders (hockey) and Mets (baseball). Go green for the Jets (football), blue and white for the Yankees (baseball), and red, white and blue for the Giants (football).

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Locals Love

Secret restaurants and speakeasies, independent movie theaters, giant soft pretzels from food carts, cycling around the city, and $1 pizza.

Locals Hate

Anyone or anything blocking the city's designated bicycle lanes, sidewalks or pedestrian areas. Keep it moving, folks!

New York Fun Facts

  • The Waldorf Astoria was the world's first luxury hotel and hosts all sitting U.S. Presidents in a bulletproof suite. The hotel also keeps bees on their rooftop that produce honey harvested from nearby Central Park's flowers and trees.
  • Next time you're in the Big Apple, remember to look up! New York City is the country's leader in urban rooftop farms and gardens.
  • Lombardi's, the first pizzeria in America opened in New York City in 1905. You can still order a pie there today!
  • The Empire State building's tower lights change color to reflect various holidays, events and organizations. The tower's LED light system is capable of displaying 16 million different colors.
  • The New York subway system is 772 miles long, more than 80 miles longer than all the state's thruways.
  • Central Park was the first landscaped public park in the United States.
  • With roughly 800 languages spoken, New York is the world's most linguistically diverse city.

Local New York Florists

Visit our florist in Astoria, Queens to send flowers & gifts 365 days a year! Serving Astoria, Long Island City and the surrounding areas, our Astoria shop is dedicated to delivering the freshest, highest quality gifts to your loved ones.

Your Red Roses in the Bronx at E. 138th St & Willis Ave delivers smiles to the Bronx and New York City areas. With same-day flower delivery and unique gifts, this local florist has the perfect gift for all occasions.

Stop by our Brooklyn florist at 87th St & 86th St. to shop for fresh flower bouquets, gourmet gift baskets, fruit baskets & more. Not in the NY area? Don't worry! Order online to send flowers to that special someone in the Brooklyn area straight from our local florist!

Studio Arts in Forest Hills is located at Austin St & Continental Ave. Our florists love their customers and make sure that every arrangement and gift lives up to the recipients' standards. Our freshness and satisfaction guarantee assures you that your special someone will love your thoughtful gift.

Flowers by Nonna in Ridgewood, NY has friendly and fast service to all of Queens. From Sweet 16's to Weddings & more, this florist can fulfill all of your flower & gifting needs!

Park Place Florist in Woodhaven has been serving customers since 1979. Family owned & operated for over 30 years, these florists know how to create the perfect arrangement or gift for the special person in your life!

New York Food & Culture

  • New York is famous for its pizza and the city's locals are famous for arguing over who serves the best slice. Visit one of New York City's iconic pizzerias: Lombardi's, Patsy's, John's of Bleecker, Di Fara, Grimaldi's, Paulie Gee's, or Roberta's.
  • For authentic international cuisine, head to Queens. The borough is home to the highest concentration of cultures on the planet, resulting in a deliciously diverse food scene. Try Tibetan, Bangladeshi, Uzbek, Dominican, Colombian, or Egyptian food, and more.