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Posted by apothos on October 15, 2014 | Last Updated: June 21, 2021 Uncategorized

Flower Gift Giving Tips for National Boss’s Day

Every October 16 is National Boss’s Day, a day set aside for showing gratitude to those great bosses we truly appreciate. The holiday was created to help improve relations between employees and their employers. National Boss’s Day was established in 1962 and has gained popularity and recognition in our country ever since.

If you have the sort of boss that other workers envy, National Boss’s Day is a great time to let them know you appreciate them. Flowers are a wonderful way to express gratitude; consider these flower gift ideas for National Boss’s Day:

Celebrate with Autumn Blooms

By this time of year, autumn is in full swing; why not send an autumn arrangement to mark the occasion? Sunflowers and daisies express the radiance of autumn, but just about any yellow, orange or rust-red bloom can express the best of the season. Splash of Autumn delights with gerbera daisies, roses, lilies, berries, and more. Autumn Daisies features big gerbera blooms in bright autumn colors that will make an impression.

Exotic Orchids

An orchid brings beautiful, exotic energy to any space. It conveys the qualities of strength, wisdom and integrity. Abundance of Love combines purple dendrobium orchids with white hydrangea and lilies, pink roses and accents of red hearts in an elegant clear glass vase. Autumn Glory features orchids along with vibrant Asiatic lilies, roses, and more.

The Regal Lily

Talk about making an impact… the large, elegant lily always makes a big statement. For a boss that goes above and beyond, it’s the perfect flower to show your appreciation. An Enchanting Stargazer Lilies bouquet is sure to delight, and a Park Avenue arrangement combines casablanca lilies, hydrangea, roses, tulips and geranium leaf.

Green it Up

If your boss isn’t into cut flower bouquets but still appreciates the energy of plants, a green plant can be the perfect gift for Boss’s Day. The Arbicola Plant features rich, shiny leaves and is low-maintenance and easy to care for. The same goes for the Peace Lily, which promotes harmony and good feng shui in a space and will treat your boss to white blooms as well. A Dish Garden combines a variety of green plants to promote good energy in any office.

If you enjoy your job — or at the very least, appreciate your boss — don’t forget to send flowers this National Boss’s Day. Flowers always convey thoughtfulness, and these ideas can help you to select the perfect National Boss’s Day gift.