Bosses Day, celebrated on October 16th, is fast approaching and we want to help you celebrate your boss in style this year. Bosses Day originated in 1958 when Patricia Bays Haroski realized her boss (and father) was working tirelessly to make work life easier for his employees. She chose his birthday as the day to honor all bosses for their unending support of office staff and today we celebrate all bosses on National Bosses Day. Tobler’s Flowers is eager to share with you our wide variety of gifts, plants and flowers for you to present to your boss this year. Read More about Honor Your Bosses With Green Gifts
Taking care of yourself in every way possible is a great way to de-stress, relax and feel well enough to care for those around you. But finding simple ways to do this can often be challenging. One simple way to care for yourself is by including plant life in your environment. Take stock of the space where you spend the most time and look for small ways to improve it. Create a plant friendly, uncluttered space that allows room for meditation and quiet thinking. You’ll breathe easier with plants in your space and find that gazing on their natural beauty energizes and relaxes you at the same time. Tobler’s Flowers encourages you to select some of our beautiful plants to include in your stress-free home or work space. Read More about Start Your Self Care September With A Plant
You may not be able to cultivate your own garden for Earth Day, but we've got the next best thing here at Tobler's Flowers.
April 22 is a global celebration of the Earth, focusing our attention on how to care for and preserve it, how to improve the quality of life on it, and, of course, how best to honor it. It's a time to take stock of our abundant natural resources and riches, and in the latter's case, we're turning our attention to our planet's beautiful flowers and plants. Read More about A Garden That Grows For Earth Day
How do you bring a garden into your home during a season that emphasizes the garden so much? Easy, you put it into a basket. You take as much living green as you can, and you put it in something that has long been associated with comfort and plenty, since ancient times in fact, when farmers would bring their spring seedlings to be blessed at the church in baskets. Here at Tobler's Flowers, we love designing right into a basket. It adds texture and a rustic feeling to even the most elegant grouping of flowers. Read More about A Splendid Basket To Give For Easter
When the weather begins to warm up outside, we love to spend hours exploring, walking, and enjoying the beauty of spring - there is nothing quite like being surrounded by all nature has to offer. Filling our homes with indoor flowering and green plants allows us to have that feeling of fresh new life and vitality all day long, even if we need to do housework or cook dinner. And these plants not only look amazing, but they help to reduce stress, elevate our sense of well-being, and even help clean the air. This week we take a look at some of our most popular indoor plants and give you a few tips on keeping them healthy and thriving.
Be Ready with Your Gifts: Easter is April 16, and Administrative Professionals Week begins April 23rd. Both are right around the corner! Have you ordered your floral arrangements or plants from Tobler's Flowers yet? Read More about How to Care for Flowering and Green Plants
In post-World War II America, businesses were thriving and in need of more people to join the workforce. At that time, secretaries were normally male, but more were needed. National Secretaries Day was launched as a recruitment tool of sorts, to encourage women to train for a career as a secretary, and the rest is history. Throughout the decades, many things have changed - for instance, the job title "secretary" has largely been replaced by "administrative professional", which is a more encompassing job title. Also, administrative employees are now primarily female, with men only representing 5% of the administrative workforce. Read More about Send Flowers for Administrative Professionals Week