In case you forgot to pick some up.
Valentine's Day roses.
A red rose of the Carmen variety in full bloom in a greenhouse February 7, 2007 at Moshav Menukha in southern Israel.
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Good news lovebirds! If you haven't ordered Valentine's Day flowers for your sweetheart yet, don't worry. Amazon's got your back.

Real Simple reports that the online retailer is offering free two-hour delivery of fresh flowers from Saturday, February 11 through Tuesday, February 14 on its Prime Now service. The flowers are sourced from KaBloom and from local stores in select cities, and will show up at your door looking as beautiful as your significant other.

Prime Now is available to Amazon Prime members in 30 cities across the U.S. Simply search by your zip code and start shopping. One-hour delivery is also available in select cities for $7.99. Members will also receive $10 off their first Now purchase.

Not into flowers? You can also send gifts, candy, cards, and even lunch from a local restaurant. According to Fortune, Prime Now is also offering great deals on chocolate boxes. You can buy two Cailler chocolate boxes and get 25% off, or get a free MARS candy item (M&Ms, Snickers, Twix, etc.) with the promo code VDAY17.

Sounds pretty sweet. See what's available on Prime Now and start shopping.