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Nurses Week Flowers

National Nurses Week, celebrated from May 6-12 every year, is an opportunity for everyone to recognize and appreciate the important work nurses do. Show some love to a nurse in your life with fresh flowers!

What flowers symbolize nursing?

Nurses are real-life heroes, so you might try to get a flower arrangement that expresses your gratitude for all that they do and tells them, “Thank you.” Flowers like hydrangeas and roses are just the flowers for Nurses Week, because they symbolize thankfulness, gratitude, and admiration.

However, you don’t need to be so particular in the type of flowers you give a nurse—after all, it’s the thought that counts. If a nurse in your life has a favorite flower, then it’s probably a good idea to purchase a bouquet of those particular blooms. When in doubt, it’s hard to go wrong with an arrangement of beautiful pink flowers.

What is a good gift for Nurses Week?

Get the nurse in your life something that will brighten their spirits. At Proflowers, we have gift baskets filled with all kinds of treats and goodies that would put a smile on any nurse’s face. From gourmet chocolates to fresh fruit to soft-baked cookies, we have a wonderful selection of Nurses Week gifts available.

Will my flowers and gifts get delivered safely?

Of course! Customer satisfaction is our top priority, which is why we always ensure that your flowers and gifts arrive on time and in great condition. Whether you’re ordering green flowers or red roses, you can be sure that they’ll arrive on your doorstep looking fresh and ready to be displayed.

If you need Nurses Week flowers in a rush, we even have same day mixed bouquets available for delivery. Simply shop our selection of same day flowers and make sure to order by 2 pm on weekdays and 1 pm on weekends.

How do you celebrate Nurses Week?

There are many ways to celebrate Nurses Week! Show all of the nurses in your life how much you appreciate them with unique nurse practitioner gifts or some hand-arranged fresh flowers. Throw a little party in honor of a nurse you know or take them out to dinner. In the end, quality time is the best way to express your appreciation for all of their hard work.