Ever wonder why National Nurses Week happens during the same time every year? Well, it’s no coincidence! It’s all because of Florence Nightingale. Her birthday was on May 12th so every year we remember her on that day through the National Nurses Week. The first time National Nurses Week was recognized was in 1954.
Florence Nightingale was the founder of modern nursing. She became recognized while serving as a manager of nurses trained by her during the Crimean War. She was alive from 1820 to 1910 and gave nursing a great reputation while she was an icon.
Want a way to celebrate and say thank you during National Nurses Week to your favorite nurses? Below are our best floral bouquets at Nosegay to recognize all the amazing nurses out there.
Deep Emotions. The Deep Emotions Rose Bouquet is sure to shower your special recipient with affection. Hot pink roses and spray roses share the spotlight with orange roses, hypericum berries and lily grass arranged in a clear glass vase. Freshly eye-catching, this bouquet evokes warm feelings with its charm.
Grace’s Garden. A bright and full mix of two fuschia peonies, two hot pink spray roses, one pink hyrdrangea, three white lisianthus stems and three white garden roses in a green mason jar.
Homegrown. A bright and full mix of purple hydrangeas, Picasso calla lilies, lavender roses, purple lizanthus, blue veronica, dark purple hydrangeas and lavender wax flowers set in a rustic green mason jar.
Softness. This luscious monochromatic mix of white hydrangea, white tulips, white ranunculus and white peonies are complimented by green hydrangea and set in a green ceramic vase that your recipient will love to reuse again and again.
Pink Sensation. Pink Sensation is our bright and cheery mix of pink tulips, hot pink gerber daisies, pale pink alstromerias and accents of blue thistle all presented in a leaf lined cylinder glass vase.
Visit our website http://www.nosegayflowers.com/ or give our store a call to find the perfect flowers for all your favorite nurses this week.