A Guide to Trader Joe’s Floral Section

Walking through the doors of Trader Joe’s the first notable thing is their floral section.  Immediately past the doors, there are lots of options and colorful bouquets that can draw anybody in. 

Flowers do a great job at brightening up any space. Especially during the winter, flowers can make a space feel like a home. 

If you’re anything like me and love plants but struggle to keep them alive, then you don’t want to spend a fortune buying them. I love spending time looking at the flowers but always walk away not knowing what to buy.

Selection

Trader Joe’s is a cost-effective place to buy plants and flowers that are still aesthetically pleasing. Lifestyle blogger Julie Blanner knows a fair amount about flowers, and her article “Everything You Need to Know About Trader Joe’s Flowers” breaks down the pros and cons of Trader Joe’s floral section. 

In this article, she lists her favorite Trader Joes flowers. Among them are:

  • Ranunculus
  • Peonies
  • Tulips
  • Hydrangea
  • Freesia
  • Roses
  • Stock
  • Lisianthus
  • Dahlias
  • Blooming Branches
  • Berries

Cost

At Hyvee, the average cost of a normal bouquet costs around 10.99. At Trader Joe’s, bouquets cost anywhere from 3.99 to 5.99. Even if you’re going the extra mile to prepare a fancy boquet where a floral shop may charge you 5 dollars per stem, Peanut Blossom blog provided an article on how to produce a fancy bouquet with just 20 dollars

Overall, Trader Joe’s is a great place for anybody who likes the look of flowers but knows nothing about them. The premade bouquets are cheap and easy to grab and put in your cart along with your weekly groceries to spruce up your living space for the week. 

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