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Bosses’ day is just around the corner, and finding the perfect gift can be difficult. Finding a thoughtful gift for your boss is even more challenging! Luckily, we have compiled a list of Bosses Day Flowers & Plants that are sure to impress your boss. Whether you want something simple or something extravagant, this list has got you covered!

Bosses Day 

Bosses Day is a day to recognize your boss and show appreciation for their hard work and dedication. It is held on the first Monday of August each year, so this year it will be celebrated on Monday, August 5th. This holiday was first started in 1996 by a group called Bosses Day Inc. They created an organization that would help people recognize their bosses on this special day by giving them gifts like flowers or plants with messages of thanks attached to them.

On Bosses Day, you can thank your boss for all they do by giving them something small but meaningful like flowers or plants that have hidden messages inside them! You can also make them a thank-you card or even bake them some cookies! It’s a great way to say thank you for all their hard work, dedication, and support throughout the year. If you’re wondering what you should get your boss on this holiday, here are some ideas:

The first thing you should do is thank your boss for all of their hard work and dedication throughout the year. If they are celebrating this holiday with you, it is a great time to go out for lunch or dinner together! You could also make them a thank-you card or bake them some cookies as another way of showing appreciation.

If you want to get your boss something special for Bosses Day, here are some ideas:

  • Flowers, plants or a plant pot with an inside message attached to it!
  • A card with a personalized message written inside.
  • Cookies or cupcakes decorated with icing and sprinkles.

The History of Bosses Day

Bosses Day is a holiday that celebrates your boss. It is a day to show them appreciation for all they do and how much you appreciate them, even if you do not always feel like it! The history of Bosses Day dates back to 2009 when several employees at the office supply chain Staples decided to celebrate their manager with cake and other gifts on his birthday (which was also the same day as Father’s Day). From there, other businesses began doing the same thing for their managers and soon enough it became an official national holiday in many countries around the world including Canada, Australia and New Zealand!

The United States has yet to make Bosses Day an official holiday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate it! If you’re looking for ways to show your boss how much they mean to you, consider some of these ideas:

  • Send them a thank-you card or flowers.
  • Make them something special (cookies, cupcakes, etc.-Take them out to lunch or dinner
  • Write a note of appreciation and put it on their desk when no one else is around)
  • Write them a thank-you note and include it in their paycheck.

Best Flowers for Bosses Day

  • Roses
  • Sunflowers
  • Daisies (the traditional flower of the day)
  • Mums are also a great choice for Bosses Day. They are easy to find, they do not cost much, and they last a long time. You can even get them in different colors so you can send one to each person on your list!
  • If you want something a little more exotic than roses or daisies, consider sending an orchid.
  • Orchids are beautiful flowers that come in many different varieties and colors–they will be sure to impress whoever receives them!

If you want to send your boss flowers but do not have time to go out and pick them up, consider ordering online. There are many sites that offer a wide variety of flowers for Bosses Day, so you will be able to find something that suits your budget and style! You can also order plants or gift baskets if you want to give someone more than just a bouquet of flowers. If you are not sure what type of boss he or she is, consider sending flowers that are appropriate to the occasion. For example, if your boss has just won an award at work or had a baby, consider ordering something special like a basket of fruit or balloons. If you want to give him or her flowers but do not know what kind they prefer.

You can also purchase a card with a message inside, so they know why they are receiving the gift. If you want to give your boss flowers but do not have time to go out and pick them up, consider ordering online. There are many sites that offer a wide variety of flowers for Bosses Day, so you will be able to find something that suits your budget and style! You can also order plants or gift baskets if you want to give someone more than just a bouquet of flowers.

When giving flowers or plants as gifts, it is important to choose ones that will make an impact on the recipient while also fitting within your budget. Below are some of our favorite suggestions:

  • A bouquet of fresh roses. Roses are one of the most popular flowers to give as a gift because they are beautiful and long-lasting.
  • A small potted plant, like an orchid or Ficus tree. These plants are easy to care for and will be appreciated by just about anyone who receives them.
  • A flowering plant that blooms year-round, such as a hydrangea bush or a gerbera daisy (also known as “African daisies”)
  • A fruit basket, like one filled with apples and oranges. Fresh fruit is a great way to show someone you care about them because it is sweet and healthy!
  • A box of chocolates or other sweets. Chocolate is one of the most popular gifts for Valentine’s Day, but it can also be used as a Bosses Day gift as well.
  • Gift cards are a great option for Bosses Day, as well. You can choose from retailers such as Amazon, Target and Starbucks-A small but thoughtful gift, like a keychain or pen set.
  • A personalized gift, such as an engraved watch or bracelet.


I hope this article has been helpful in finding the perfect gift for your boss. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our Professional Floral Designers are eager to assist!



Samantha Rose Design’s Offers Fresh and Caring Bosses Day Flowers

Flower & Plant Care
You received these beautiful flowers, and you are not sure how to properly care for them. You are not alone, not everyone knows how. Flowers delivered to you will most likely have a food preservative for the flowers. But you will need to change out the water in a few days. So here are a few pointers to help you enjoy your flowers longer.

  • After a few days change out the water and give flowers a fresh cut (about ¾”) with a sharp knife or clippers.
  • Wash out the vase/container it is in before placing flowers back after cutting.
  • Add an aspirin to the water. Aspirin seems to lengthen the life of flowers. Make sure it is aspirin and not ibuprofen or you can dissolve 3 tbsp of sugar and 2 tbsp of white vinegar per quart of warm water. The sugar nourishes the plants while the vinegar inhibits bacteria growth.
    Did you know that you can also add a few drops of Vodka or any other clear spirit to combat bacteria along with a teaspoon of sugar? Try it!
  • Make sure to keep your vase/ container with fresh water. Your arrangement may be in floral foam, but you can still add water with the preservatives mentioned above to help conserve your flowers.
  • Make sure to remove any foliage or stem cuttings that may have fallen in the water as these will promote bacteria growth and cause the water to get ugly.
  • Never put fresh flowers directly in the sun or around/on top of any heat source, particularly in the winter, watch for heaters!
  • Certain flowers are “thirsty flowers” such as daisies, hydrangeas, gerberas, alstroemeria (Peruvian lilies), so be sure to always check for water levels.
  • Other flowers are sensitive to ethylene gas, which can be released by vegetables & fruits, so it is best to keep flowers in general away from materials that can give off this gas.
  • Lilies are beautiful flowers, but their pollen can stain clothing and furniture. Be sure to remove the anthers (orange coated tips at the end of the stamen). You can remove them with a tissue. As the lilies open, be sure to repeat removal of anthers.
  •  Hydrangeas need water for maximum vase life but sometimes the blossom will wilt prematurely, if this happens, remove the hydrangea(s) from the arrangement, give them an angled cut and place in warm water for about an hour. The flowers should revive.

(If the dirt starts to look or feel dry then your plant is thirsty and needs water!)


Bosses Day Flowers



Pitcher Of Gratitude

This one-of-a-kind vintage green pitcher is filled with sunflowers, peach roses, bronze daisy’s orange alstroemeria (may come in bud form), red hypericum, purple statice, green buttons and two juicy apples!

This gift, within a gift, allows you to use this vintage pitcher for your own flowers, adding the perfect splash of color to any kitchen or room in your home.

This vintage arrangement was designed by our very own Master Designer Bryan!



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