We know National Boss Day was on Monday, October 17th but it’s never too late to celebrate! One of the best way to show your boss appreciation is with a beautiful bouquet of flowers or special gift. Even if it’s small, as long as it’s from the heart, they will love receiving it. Also, a card goes a long way! Here are some of our favorite bouquets from Nosegay to help you celebrate this week for National Boss day.
Evergreen. Succulents, green roses, hydrangea, green hypericum berries, cymbidium orchids, and lots of other green goodies are tucked into this compact, all-green flower arrangement. Such a fresh and modern design!
Golden Sky. A unique amber glass vase holds vibrant shades of the sun with sunflowers, orange roses, red ranunculus and accents of green hydrangeas and lavender wax flowers. A one of a kind arrangement for your one of a kind loved one!
Deluxe Duo Planter. All the classical elegance an orchid provides, taken up a notch! This wooden rectangle planter holds a double stem white Phalaenopsis orchid and finished with ivy. This long-lasting plant will stay beautiful and fresh for at least 3-4 weeks!
Succulent Dish Garden Box. Succulents are some of the best gifts, especially for those special men and black thumbed people in your life! These luscious little drought tolerant plants will last much longer than cut flowers. They make a great decoration for someone's desk or office, adding a pop of natural green and fun textures to liven up any space. Let us arrange a special concrete box succulent arrangement for you today! These succulents will be delivered in a premium concrete box that is perfect for reusing.
Sunrise. A golden sphere of cheerful sunflowers tied with a rustic bow with a sunflower blossom peeking out from a nest of ivy.
Apple Cider. Dahlias, roses, snap dragons in orange, yellow and gold, accented with orange gonphremas, yellow solidago and orange gerbers in yellow tear shaped vase.
Orange Burst. This large, front-facing arrangement features an abundance of vibrant orange lilies, orange roses, and lavender stock. Tucked into one side of a large round glass bowl, this arrangement will look great on a front facing mantle.