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MothersDay_Tulips_20ct_deck_(highres)Kids, Instacart and Whole Foods are about to do for you what they did for significant others on Valentine’s Day.

New_WFM_logo_vert_4cStarting tomorrow, the grocer and delivery service are partnering to provide flowers and a selection of gifts “curated by experts” for Mother’s Day. By using the Instacart app or website, shoppers can choose from two Whole Foods Market bouquet options, specify a preferred color, and detail what they’d like put on a handwritten card.

Orders, which can be placed up to six days in advance, are scheduled in delivery windows of one hour, two hours or at a scheduled time, and will be accepted between May 1 and May 10.

InstacartlogoThis isn’t the first time the companies have partnered. Back in February, the two had a similar offer for Valentine’s Day. Like that one, this is available in all 15 markets Instacart serves, including Seattle and Portland.

The bouquet options are either 20 tulips for $24.99, or a dozen roses for $29.99, both in assorted colors. Delivery costs another $3.99, but is free for first-time Instacart customers. Each is wrapped in “festive paper.”

“After seeing how much customers loved our Valentine’s Day floral delivery with Instacart,” said David Lannon, executive vice president of operations for Whole Foods Market, in a statement, “we’re now excited to offer a convenient, affordable way to celebrate moms everywhere with Whole Trade flowers that give back to women and communities around the globe.”

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