5 Local Deals On Valentine's Day Flowers/Gifts

Show your sweetheart you care without breaking the bank.

With the blizzard this past weekend, did Valentine's Day sneak up on you? Don't get caught without a gift on Thursday. We found some local flower shop deals that are sure to warm your Valentine's heart.

1. Love Bundle

Roses and Rice Florist, located at 481 Montauk Hwy, East Quogue, is offering a love bundle, which includes a dozen roses, balloon and a box of homemade chocolates for $89.99. The shop also has other specials, including a bouquet of tulips for $8.95 and boxes of home-made chocolates starting at $11.95. For more information, call 631-653-4910.

2. Recycled Wine Bottle With a Single Rose

Wildflower Florist & Gifts, located at 1 Sunset Ave in Westhampton Beach is offering a single rose in a vase made from a recycled wine bottle with a vintage label for $14.00. Other deals are also available including mini bouquets for $35. For more information, call 631-998-3677.

3. Sweet Scented Candles

Flowers By Rori, located at 3 Midland Street Quogue, is featuring candles with various scents that are on sale for $25, originally $50. The shop also has an array of roses and flowers. For more information, call 631-653-0683 -

4. Roses by the Dozen

The Hampton Bay Boy Scouts, are selling roses by the dozen at a booth across the street from the Hampton Bays Fire Department. Red roses are being sold for $25 a dozen; colored roses for $20 a dozen and single roses are $5 each. For more information, click here.

5. Very Berry Chocolate Daisy

Edible Arrangements, located at 82 Riverhead Road in Westhampton is selling its Very Berry Chocolate Daisy edible arraignment for $45 for Valentine's Day. The arrangement features chocolate-colored strawberries, pineapple hearts and grapes in a sweatheart mug. For more information, call 631-288-5800.

Patch wants to know: Where do you go for flowers on Valentine's Day. Which shop is your favorite? Comment below.

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