Does Walmart Sell Flowers? [Types, Special Events, Price, Quality + More] 

Walmart prides itself on offering a wide variety of products and services for its millions of everyday customers, seeking to make life just a little bit easier.

However, you may be wondering if Walmart sells flowers, and what their price and quality are like. Here is everything I have managed to find out!

Does Walmart Sell Flowers? 

Yes, Walmart sells an extensive range of fresh flowers (Roses, sunflowers, gerberas, lilies, chrysanthemums, etc.) that are typically sold in bunches towards the front of the store. Depending on the season and time of year, Walmart flowers will vary in availability and cost between $5-$100 depending on the bunch, bouquet, and arrangement.

To learn more about the types of flowers Walmart sells, pricing, and more, keep on reading!

What Types Of Flowers Does Walmart Sell? 

Walmart sells a wide variety of fresh-cut flowers in their stores and even more rarities if the store has a dedicated flower section.

Typically, Walmart sells flower bunches, bouquets, and arrangements made from Roses, carnations, chrysanthemums, sunflowers, lilies, and tons more!

Does Walmart Provide Flowers For Special Events? 

Walmart does sell specialized flowers for weddings, including flower arrangements, fake flower bunches, and other wedding flower items (even including cakes!).

Walmart also sells flowers around Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day and stocks extra types of flowers such as roses and hydrangeas.

Additionally, many Walmart locations will also stock special flowers and arrangements around Christmas, Thanks Giving, and other special holidays.

However, Walmart does not sell any specialized flower items for any other occasions or specific events, but custom orders of flower bunches and bouquets can be ordered at Walmart, so customers can very easily customize for any event.

How Much Do Walmart Flowers Cost?

How Much Do Walmart Flowers Cost? 

The cost of flowers from Walmart depends entirely on the variety and amount purchased. Typically, bunches of flowers from Walmart will cost anywhere from $5 – $40.

More extravagant flower displays can cost anywhere from $50 – $100.

Are Walmart Flowers Of Good Quality? 

Flowers bought from a Walmart store are largely regarded to be of decently high quality and have quite a good life span when they are well-lit and hydrated in a vase.

However, this can vary from season to season and how long the flowers have been on display.

Does Walmart Sell Artificial Flowers? 

Yes, as well as fresh flowers, Walmart also sells artificial flowers, which cost slightly less ($2 -$30), and of course, last longer!

Artificial flowers can usually be found in the crafting department or in any Walmart store’s home decoration department.

Does Walmart Sell Flower Seeds? 

Yes, Walmart also sells a wide range of flower seeds (including daisies, sunflowers, strawflowers, roses, marigolds, etc).

Flower seeds can usually be found in the garden center department of any Walmart store and start from only $2 per pack!

Where Can Flowers Be Found At Walmart?

Depending on which Walmart store you decide to visit, and the size of the location, some Walmart stores have their own dedicated floral display sections, with dedicated staff who can customize your order.

If a Walmart store does not have a dedicated floral display section, then flowers can usually be found in the produce section of the store and are usually sold in bunches.

For more options, you can also buy flowers from Dollar General, Walgreens, and Costco (who also deliver flowers!).

Conclusion: Does Walmart Sell Flowers? 

Yes. Walmart does sell a wide variety of flowers, in bunches, separately, or as special bouquets. These flowers can range in price, but are largely affordable, while still providing a high-quality product.  

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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