We all know that when moms receive a Mother’s Day gift “from” children of a certain age, they usually haven’t contributed much.
But now Morrisons have launched ‘pocket money bouquets’ at the special price of £ 3.50 so young people can really show their mothers some personal appreciation.
Llama Bouquet bouquets are packed with four different types of flowers, chrysanthemums, santini, carnations and gypsophilia.
And the piggy bank friendly bouquet features specially tinted ‘dip-dye’ flowers and a llama motif – the next craze for creatures to rival the unicorn.
Morrisons flower buyer Donna Haywood explained that the llamas bouquet was designed after the supermarket did some research.
They found that young customers wanted Mother’s Day flowers they could afford and that UK children are now receiving an average of £ 5 of spending money a week today.
She said: “A lot of our young clients want to show their appreciation to their mom.
“This is why we have worked hard to make the llamas bouquet affordable for UK sons and daughters. “
While sorting the flowers, what about some other ways to spoil Mom on her important day?
Fortunately, all of the major supermarkets are going to great lengths to ensure that all the bases are covered this year.
This week, we announced that Aldi’s “Mother of All Steaks” will be back on the shelves in time for the celebration.
The huge steak, a 21-day ripened Rump, costs just £ 4.99 for 160z and will be available on March 28.