October 16 is National Boss’s Day; do you know what you’re getting your boss this year?
National Boss’s Day is a time set aside to show gratitude to our managers, supervisors and bosses. It was established in 1962 and has gained popularity ever since. The holiday was established to improve relations between employers and their staff.
Do you have the kind of boss that other workers envy? Then National Boss’s Day is the perfect time to show your gratitude. Flowers naturally express appreciation and thoughtfulness; here are some flower gift ideas for surprising your boss on National Boss’s Day:
Rich Autumn Blooms
By mid-October, autumn is in full swing, so an autumn arrangement can mark the occasion perfectly. Some examples of autumn flowers include daisies, asters and sunflowers, but just about any bloom in orange, yellow or rust tones can express fall radiance. A Smiley Face arrangement is sure to bring to smile to your boss’ face; it combines white and yellow daisies in a bright, smiling yellow vase. Autumn Lace combines lavender blooms including asters, mini carnations, roses, larkspur and dusty miller with eucalyptus and a lace bow.
The Stately Lily
If your boss went above and beyond this year, lilies can make a statement. Pink Snow combines enchanting stargazer lilies, Peruvian lilies, mini carnations, winter peonies, pink roses and genista with dusty miller and cedar in a frosted glass vase. An Angel Basket Bouquet combines stargazer lilies with pink roses and larkspur as well as waxflower and greens in a lovely handled basket.
If cut flowers aren’t a fit for your boss but they still appreciate the rich energy of plants, a green plant can be the ideal Boss’s Day gift. The Peace Lily promotes harmony and good energy in a space and will improve the “feng sui” of their office. The Dieffenbachia Plant brings positive energy with its gorgeous broad leaves featuring light markings; it’s also easy to care for.
The orchid exudes an unforgettable, unique and exotic energy. The orchid also conveys strength, wisdom, respect and integrity. Dendrobium Daydreams is sure to make an impact with its bold purple blooms, and an Orchid Magic arrangement blends orange and purple mokaras with yellow oncidium in a tinted ginger style glass vase.
If you’re truly grateful for your boss, sending flowers this Boss’s Day can let them know they’re appreciated. Flowers show thoughtfulness, and you can use these ideas to help choose the perfect gift for National Boss’s Day.