Finding Flowers in Watertown for Your Special Someone this V-Day

February 14th is just around the corner, and no doubt you’re starting to sweat what to give your Valentine. We got you – and we say don’t overthink it, people. Who doesn’t want to be showered with roses on V-Day? Is there a better day of the year to get spoiled with dozens of long-stemmed beauties? The good news is that Watertown has some of the most amazing florists in the state – and we’ve checked in with a bunch of them who are all ready to take your order. So channel bae’s dream colors and get those credit cards ready:

-- Just outside Watertown Square, Watertown Main Street Florist offers dozens of bouquet options for your valentine, including traditional long-stemmed red roses and their signature “Be My Love” arrangement with fragrant white lilies and daisies mixed in. They’re open every day from 9 AM to 7 PM and deliver nationwide. http://www.watertownsfriendlyflowers.com/ 

-- Family-owned Cass the Florist delivers across Watertown and will create both custom and standard arrangements for the holiday, including the Garden Romance bouquet filled with purple hydrangea, pale pink roses, and white lilies. They’re just two blocks from legendary Massis Bakery (https://www.massisbakery.com/index.html) (so why not grab some baklava) and open Monday through Saturday, 8:30 to 5:30. Check their website for special Valentine’s Day hours.  http://www.casstheflorist.net/

-- Watertown Florist at 449 Main Street offers a massive selection, including every kind of rose imaginable - arranged in vases, planters, baskets, and other custom containers. Their delivery area includes Watertown, Newton, Waltham, Lexington and Brighton. http://www.watertownfloristma.com/

-- In business for over 40 years, Anthony’s Florist is located steps from the Arsenal Project at 50 North Beacon Street. Their staff can handle almost any kind of special request, and are expert in all things romantic (they’ve literally done hundreds of weddings). They even handle international deliveries for a $20 fee.  http://anthonyswatertownflorist.com/

 -- If you need options in Harvard Square, look no further than Brattle Square Florist. In business since 1917, they’re legendary in the flower biz and the go-to source for area hotels, restaurants, universities and event venues. They buy thousands of fresh flowers every day, and can accommodate the simplest or most elaborate arrangement your Valentine craves. Brattle Square is open every day – Mon thru Sat 8am-7pm, Sundays 9am-6pm.  http://brattlesquareflorist.com/