Military Father’s Day Flowers

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Father’s Day is a great way to honor your dad, but if your dad is in the armed forces, then military Father’s Day flowers are an even better way to honor both Dad, and his service to his country. There are some wonderful options available to brighten the day of the military man in your life, here are a few of our favorites:

The Military Tribute Series by FTD

FTD recently unveiled a gorgeous line of tribute flowers for the military. The bouquets are a stunning, patriotic mix of bold blue iris and statice flowers, vibrant red roses and hypercium berries, and crisp, white spider mums. The whole arrangement is pulled together with a royal blue ribbon to carry forward the theme of our country’s colors. Each bouquet comes with a keepsake paperweight that features the emblem of the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Air Force or the Army.

Rosemary Tree with Barbecue Cookbook

If your military dad loves to barbecue, this stunning rosemary tree will fit the bill. A rosemary tree comes nestled in a patriotic blue pot with red stars, topped off with red tissue paper. Rosemary is a beautiful and fragrant way to honor Dad, and it can be used in the delicious recipes included in the accompanying cookbook, “BBQ with Rosemary.”

American Dreams Rosemary Tree With Free Cookbook

A Mini Rose Bush

If your dad likes to garden, this handsome mini rose bush is the perfect gift for him. Bright red miniature roses arrive in a dazzling ceramic container that is adorned with our red, white and blue stars and stripes. Each plant comes with a small American flag peaking out of the plant. To honor the armed forces even more, 15% of the purchase price of this plant is donated to the USO, whose mission is to lift the sprits of our troops and their families.

Saying “thanks” to your military dad on Father’s Day is a great way to let him know how much you appreciate him, and offering him an arrangement inspired by patriotism is the cherry on top!

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