Monday, May 12th is International Nurse’s Day, which part of Nurse’s Week from May 6th to May 12th. This is the time to celebrate and thank all those nurses that take care of us and our loved ones whether they work in hospitals, medical centers, care homes or doctor’s offices.
Created by the International Council of Nurses, May 12th was selected for this special event as it was the birth date of the founder of the nursing profession, Florence Nightingale. Each year, there is a new theme created for International Nurse’s Day. This year’s theme for 2014 International Nurse’s Day is “Nurses: A Force for Change.”
It’s time to tell that nurse that you know just how thankful you are for their commitment, care, and passion for taking care of others and providing assistance that brings them back to health. Whether it is a colleague, a friend, or family member, you can show your thanks with a flower arrangement, plant, or gift.
To give you some ideas that illustrate our wide range of flower and color choices as well as show that we have something for every budget and style, including traditional and metropolitan flower designs, here are some great ideas for you:
- We offer a number of local flower specials, giving you the ability to get even more value for your money on the freshest flowers available.
- We have some incredible spring flowers now in our San Diego flower shops, including tulips, sunflowers, lilacs, wildflowers, orchids, roses and hydrangea just to name a few.
- We sell a wide range of green plants, blooming plants, and succulents that are a beautiful and healthy gift for nurses.
- We can custom create any type of flower arrangement or bouquet based on your ideas as well as color and flower preferences.
- We provide many types of gifts in our store as well as gift baskets online that make a great choice for a nurse or a department of nurses.
We provide hand delivery of all our items throughout the San Diego area, including local San Diego hospitals and care facilities as well as residences throughout San Diego County. Now is the time to say thanks to that special, hard-working nurse!