Whether Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day or Secretaries’ Day, we have you covered for all of your floral needs in 2014. Be the son, spouse and boss we know you are and remember these special dates to send flowers this year.
Valentine’s Day Friday, February 14
If you have a significant other, Valentine’s Day is likely the most important floral holiday to remember. Whether you go big with several dozen long stemmed roses or you find that perfect single bud, bring something floral home for Valentine’s Day this year.
St. Patrick’s Day Mon Mar 17
Passover* Apr 15 – 22
Easter Sunday Sun Apr 20
Another great floral holiday, a pretty Easter lily or a fresh spring arrangement will be perfect.
Administrative Professionals & Secretaries’ Day (US) Wed Apr 23
A nice arrangement of a variety of flowers would be great for your secretary or administrative assistant. Red roses are not recommended.
Cinco de Mayo Mon May 5
National Teachers Day Tue May 6
Nurses’ Week May 6 – 12
Dia de Las Madres (Mexico) Sat May 10
Mother’s Day (US/Canada) Sun May 11
If you have a wife that is a mother or your own mother, bring home flowers or send your mom a nice bouquet. Mother’s day is probably the second most important floral holiday to the women in your life.
Father’s Day Sun Jun 15
Grandparents’ Day Sun Sep 7
Rosh Hashanah* Sep 25 – 26
Yom Kippur* Sat Oct 4
Thanksgiving Day (Canada) Mon Oct 13
Boss’s Day (US) Thu Oct 16
Sweetest Day Sat Oct 18
Halloween Fri Oct 31
Thanksgiving Day (US) Thu Nov 27
As you go to choose Thanksgiving flowers, look for an arrangement that would make a nice table centerpiece. Large colorful flowers set in a cornucopia basket would look great.
Hanukkah* Dec 17 – 24
Christmas Day Thu Dec 25
Similar to Thanksgiving, choose Christmas flowers that will do well as a floral table arrangement as well. A good arrangement will have balsam or comparable greens that smell nice as well as bright red and white flowers.
Boxing Day (A, C, NZ, UK) Fri Dec 26
Kwanzaa Dec 26 – Jan 1