The Most Beautiful Flower Shops in San Francisco
Eleanor Gerber-Siff in her sweet Mission shop, Wallflower. (Molly Decoudreaux)

The Most Beautiful Flower Shops in San Francisco


If we had all the money in the world, we'd fill our homes—and yours too—with weekly deliveries of fresh, cheerful blooms.

Luckily, there's no shortage of beautiful places in San Francisco to pick up lush bouquets for all occasions—whether we simply seek to brighten a dreary workspace, cheer up a lonely friend, or spark romance on a big date. Here are the San Francisco flower shops that always make us smile.


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Beautiful, locally sourced petals and charming, vintage-inspired interiors invite us again and again into this flowery oasis, which recently moved from its Mission location to Duboce Triangle. Expect stunning arrangements perfect for weddings, parties, special occasions—and be sure to follow them on Instagram for blooming inspiration. Shop in store for wrapped bouquets, vase arrangements, and indoor plants, and order gifts such as candles, tarot decks, and bath products online for shipping. // Open daily; 2190 Market St. (Duboce Triangle),


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Romantic types who dream of little more than a fresh baguette and an even fresher bouquet tucked into the basket of their vintage bicycle will love Wallflower, the little flower store located kitty-corner from the OG Tartine Bakery. Operated by SF native Eleanor Gerber-Siff, the bright shops bursts with the likes of pale peach foxgloves, caramel garden roses, coral dahlias, and foliage in every shade. Pop in or order vase arrangements (from $150) and wrapped bouquets (from $100) online. Weekly and monthly subscriptions are also available. // Open daily; 593 Guerrero St. (Mission),

Bloom Gallery

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In Fall 2023, this five-year-old online florist opened its first storefront in Mission Bay. Shop IRL for its signature Bloom Boxes, arrangements in stylish cardboard packaging, or order up custom arrangements for weddings and other special occasions. // Delivery available; 1160 Fourth St. (Mission Bay),


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Owner Sandra Bautista draws her aesthetic both from her Mexican roots and a love for Scandinavian design at her studio whose name means "give light" in Spanish. Withone-of-a-kind arrangements in playful colors and a modern hygge touch, it's working. Shop online and in store for seasonal and holiday bouquets, floral subscriptions, and gift sets including candles, soaps, and cards. // Closed Mondays; 858 Cole St. (Cole Valley),

Flowers of the Valley

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Walking down 24th Street in Noe Valley, you can't miss this colorful storefront absolutely bursting with blooms, wreaths, succulents, and more. It's the perfect spot to grab a sorry-I'm-late bouq on your way home or an after-dinner rose for your date. Committed to using only the freshest stems, the shop recommends opting for their designers' choice bouquets (starting at $100; local delivery is offered for $10. // Open daily;4077 24th St. (Noe Valley),

Le Bouquet

A neighborhood gem since 1987, Le Bouquet keeps a selection of seasonal blooms and plants available in the shop and online. A terrific option for weddings and special occasions, it's also a lovely spot to bring a smile any day of the week. Valentine's arrangements start at $75. // Open daily, order by 5pm for same-day delivery;2203-05 Union St. (Cow Hollow),


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San Francisco Legacy Business Ixia is well known for its dramatically earthy windows, dressed with organic sculptures of floating branches, driftwood, soft mosses, and reeds of bamboo. Of course you will also find the usual pretty blooms and tropicals—bromeliads, orchids, and anemones—as well as more modern artful takes on smaller bouquets for gifts special occasions. Shop orchids and arrangements online, or sign up for subscriptions to guarantee fresh floral delivery to your home on the regular. // 2331 Market St. (Upper Market),

The Bud Stop

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After nearly 40 years, the sidewalk stand known as The Bud Stop bringing its Parisian style into a new, grownup brick-and-mortar just a few doors down from its OG address. Don't worry, it's still just as convenient for grab-and-go hand-tied arrangements. Delivery is also available. // Closed Mondays; 2206 Union St. (Cow Hollow),

The Floral Loft

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Entering the Floral Loft is like stepping into an enchanted garden. Old ovens and benches provide stages for all kinds of flowers and succulents. Plus, the husband and wife owners specialize in floral design and weddings. Dial up a designer's choice bouquet for contactless deliveries weekdays in SF. // Open daily; 1871 Hayes St. (NoPa), 415-796-3435,

Urban Flowers

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We love this family-owned Castro neighborhood shop for its surprisingly affordable and wide range of greens. Choose from a great selection of plants, tropical foliage, and branches to create you own bouquet. Or let the employees do their magic. Delivery is available to select locales around the Bay Area. // Open daily; 4029 18th St. (Castro),

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