Costco Flowers

Isn’t having fresh flowers in the home the absolute best? How can we resist such pretty blooms at such great Costco prices?

boxwood clippings costco flowers

boxwood clippings flowers from costco

Lilies have always been a favorite in our home growing up at Easter. They are a symbol of re-birth, not to mention they smell divine and last forever (no pun intended…hehe).

They should be in the warehouse very soon for $9.99 a bunch!

Do you have a favorite spring flower you are keeping your eyes peeled for?

3 Responses to “Costco Flowers”

  1. Chrissy Says:

    I just went to Costco last weekend and picked up 2 bunches of hydrangea and then even though it was not going with my Spring vibe I picked up 2 dozen bright pink roses. The color was too pretty to pass up.

  2. Lucinda Says:

    I sometimes will go to our local nursery and buy blooming plants. Re-pot them in a pretty container and fresh blooms for weeks. Do they die ~ yes, but still a very reasonable way to have fresh blooms in the house. This is especially nice for centerpieces, it’s low enough to see everyone.

  3. LB Says:

    I think Costco flowers are a steal. Two friends got married this summer. Some of us got together to do their flowers and we opted to go to Costco. It was amazing how cheaply we did their arrangements, and they turned out really lovely too.