How much does a PetalStory subscription cost?
We offer several subscription options to best accommodate our customers.
- Standard / Free delivery
- Deluxe / Free delivery
- Grand / Free delivery
For custom orders, please call 516-206-2221 to discuss options.
How can I subscribe?
It’s simple! You can scroll up and click Get My Flowers.
Can I cancel, pause or change my subscription at any time?
Yes. You can pause your subscription, change your order, or cancel at any time. Your cancelation will take effect for the following week.
Where do you deliver?
Below you will find the list of areas we deliver.
- Lynbrook, NY, USA
- Valley Stream, NY, USA
- Oceanside, NY, USA
- Hewlett, NY, USA
- Flushing, Queens, NY, USA
- Hewlett Neck, NY, USA
- Bay Park, NY, USA
- Cedarhurst, NY, USA
- North Woodmere, South Valley Stream, NY, USA
- Inwood, NY, USA
- East Rockaway, NY, USA
- Malverne, NY, USA
- Far Rockaway, Queens, NY, USA
- Lawrence, NY, USA
- Rockville Centre, NY, USA
- Hewlett Harbor, NY, USA
- Hewlett Bay Park, NY 11557, USA
- Woodmere, NY, USA
- Woodsburgh, NY, US
Can I choose a specific day/time for my delivery?
Unfortunately not. Flowers are delivered on Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays so you have a fresh bouquet for Shabbos.
Can I give a subscription as a gift?
Sure! A Petal Story subscription makes for a meaningful, unique gift that your loved one will surely appreciate. The person you are gifting must be within our service area.
Can I customize my bouquet?
What does the flower packaging look like?
Each bouquet is wrapped with care by our incredible design team. Our packaging is fresh, unique, and elegant, just like the bouquet inside.
How should I best care for my flowers?
- Cut the stems! One of the most common mistakes people make after receiving flowers is forgetting to cut off the stems. Use garden shears to cut 1-2 inches off at an angle. Cutting the steps at an angle allows for better water intake since they aren’t sitting flat on bottom of the vase. After the initial cut, make sure to re-trim your bouquet once every few days.
- Remove any leaves below the water line. It will not only enhance the appearance of your bouquet, but it will also prevent bacterial growth. Some flowers, like roses, have guard petals, the 2 or 3 outermost petals of the flowers. Removing these will allow your flowers to open up fully. After your initial pruning, you should check your flowers daily for dead or loose leaves and petals in order to avoid bacterial rot.
- Water wisely.Your flowers won’t last long without water, especially once their stems have been cut. After picking out a clean vase, fill it with room temperature water and add in a packet of flower food. Make sure that the packet has been properly mixed and that the water is not too diluted or too concentrated. It’s also important to clean your vase thoroughly and change the water and flower food every 2-3 days.
- Avoid direct sunlight, heat, drafts and fruit. Your flowers will last longer in a room with cool temperatures. Avoid displaying them in direct sunlight or near appliances that generate heat. You’ll also want to avoid areas like open windows, heating or cooling vents and ceiling fans as they can cause the flowers to quickly dehydrate. You should also avoid placing your bouquets near fruit because ripening fruits release tiny amounts of ethylene gas which can reduce the longevity of your fresh arrangements.