The Right Flower for Nurse’s Week

Share the flowers!

Whether you work in a hospital or have a special someone in your life who is a nurse, Nurse’s Week is a great time to let them know how much you appreciate all that they do in helping others. While it may be tempting to go down to the hospital gift shop, take an extra step to let that special nurse know that you are thinking of her. Here are some of our favorite bouquets for Nurse’s Week:

Brighten Up the Nurse’s Station

This Sending a Smile arrangement is so bright and cheerful that it is sure to bring a smile to those special nurses in your life. A great option for sending to a team of nurses for them to keep at the nurses station, it is a bright and sunny plant of yellow mini roses, planted in a yellow smiley face mug. This plant is especially perfect for the nurse or nurses who work with children; it offers a cheerful greeting to all who see it.

A Bright Basket of Colorful Flowers

This is a gorgeous option for the special nurse in your life. A basket full of beautiful, cheerful flowers, with a bright, white-washed basket, will be a stunning way to brighten up the office. To add to the vibrant pop of color are the flowers themselves, this arrangement is full of green button pompons, white daisy pompons, hot pink mini carnations and purple carnations. A bright green ribbon tops off this dazzling arrangement. Whether you have male or female nurses on your team, there are colors in here to please all!

The FTD Wondrous Nature Flower Bouquet With Basket

The Low Allergen Option

For some health care professionals, the pollen from flowers is a serious consideration and so a low-pollen option, such as a green plant, is a great option. This peace plant features beautiful, big green leaves with white fanning, single petal blooms. Containing all large leaves and blooms, they are low on the pollen scale. It comes in a beautiful terra cotta ceramic pot, and is nice and hardy, so perfect for indoor placement. For those who need absolutely no pollen, FTD has a stunning collection of silk flowers (link) that are sans pollen, but still beautiful.

This Nurse’s Week, show the nurse or nurses in your life how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication!

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