Nosegay is celebrating June with free delivery all month long! If you are a local delivery, you’ll get to take advantage of this amazing deal! So that means it’s time to pick out the perfect bouquet for everyone you know. We went ahead and pulled out some of our favorite summer bouquets. One of our favorite things about some of our new bouquets this summer is the creative ways we are packaging them. Whether its burlap wrapping or a cute mason jar, we have got lots of great creative and trendy options!

Homegrown: A bright and full mix of purple hydrangeas, Picasso calla lilies, lavender roses, purple lizanthus, blue veronica, dark purple hydrangeas and lavender wax flowers set in a rustic green mason jar.

Grace’s Garden: A bright and full mix of two fuschia peonies, two hot pink spray roses, one pink hyrdrangea, three white lisianthus stems and three white garden roses in a green mason jar.

Pink Cymbidiums: Leaf lined cube with pink cymbidium orchids and premium green accents come together to make a strong and contemporary impression sure to impress anyone.

Tia’s Treasue: Your special someone will treasure this large and full bouquet of soft seasonal flowers made up of garden roses, hydrangeas, lilac, astilbe and hyacinths grouped in beautiful clusters and set in a large glass bowl vase. Perfect for Mother's Day, birthdays and more!

Manchester Manor: Fresh from the garden! This Victorian inspired selection of flowers consists of pussy willows with roses, trachelium, billy balls and veronica all set in a moss lined cylinder vase.

Bright and Cheerful: This cheerful and colorful mix of tall orange snap dragons and purple larkspur together with clusters of red gerber daisies and orange roses will make anyone cheerful!

Love Bowl: Our Love Bowl arrangement is a contemporary, full selection of four green hydrangeas, five pink tulips, five hot pink roses, five light pink roses and two green cymbidiums set in a large, 8 inch bubble vase that has been lined with bear grass. We guarantee this will impress your loved one!