If happiness promotes healing, and flowers promote happiness, is there any better gift for an ailing friend than flowers? We think not.
Send some cheer to the invalid in your life with a fresh bouquet in vivid, life-affirming shades. Gerbera Daisies may be the classic "Get Well Soon" flower, but don't let that limit you; try Tulips, Lilies, or even a mixed bouquet.
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Sending get well flowers and gifts can convey wishes for a speedy recovery to a friend, colleague,or family member while also serving as a colorful reminder that they are loved. Regardless if they are battling a cold at home or recovering from an operation in the hospital, sending get well flowers can serve to lift their mood, and provide a bright spot of hope when they are hurting.
Delivering Get Well Gifts
Get well gifts can do wonders for those fighting illness and injury, and sending flowers, especially, will bring some sunshine inside and a let them know you’re thinking of them. Get well flowers are thoughtful and their bright appearance can encourage the recipient that they’ll be back on his or her feet soon.
If your loved one is in the hospital, you can have the get well flowers delivered to your house, where you can bring them to him or her the next time you visit. Or, if you live far away, you can have the flowers delivered directly to their hospital room. Bright, fresh flowers sent to one’s stark hospital room is an uplifting get well gift that can help their mood and their recovery.
Best Get Well Flowers For Chronic Illness
Those battling chronic illness also have to deal with the depression and loneliness that can accompany such ailments. Those in a rehab facility or nursing home face a daily battle which can take a toll on their spirits, so it is important to you show you care, even if your loved one insists everything is okay. A thoughtful, cheery, and non-invasive way to do that is by sending a bright bouquet of get well flowers. Alternatively, consider sending a potted plant, something that can keep them company while they are healing or in recovery, such as a Phalaenopsis Orchid or a flowering bonsai.
Get Well Flowers Considerations
If your loved one enjoys gardening, farmer’s markets, or the field to vase aesthetic, consider one of our Farmer’s Market or Secret Garden Bouquets. These bright bunches contain the freshest seasonal blooms in the brightest colors -- an array snapdragons, lilies, and daisies combine for a fragrant, gorgeous show.
Other things you should consider when selecting Get Well Flowers is whether or not the recipient has allergies or is sensitive to smells. If so, you may want to choose get well flowers with no scent. Luckily, there are plenty of options! Sunflowers, Asiatic Lilies,Gerbera Daisies, Tulips, Calla Lilies and Iris are just a few blooms that have no scent but come in gorgeous, bright colors.
Also, take into consideration if your friend is recovering from a serious accident or invasive surgery. Many hospitals will not accept get well flowers if the patient is still in the Intensive Care Unit. It is recommended to wait a couple weeks (at least until they are out of the ICU) before sending get well gifts. A beautiful bouquet of get well flowers and positive well-wishes will be a site for sore eyes once they are able to receive them.
Our get well flowers are fresh cut from the farm and will be delivered overnight to any doorstep. From an array of exotic bonsais to bright, vibrant get well flowers, you will have plenty of options when browsing our selection of get well gifts. And with overnight delivery included, you can be sure your family member, colleague, or loved one gets a reminder of your loving care when they need it most.