Recent studies have proven that people who are feeling sick or recovering from an injury are often vulnerable to sadness and anxiety. Happily, a Harvard study has also indicated that receiving flowers creates a positive reaction of immediate happiness and general well-being. Therefore, if a loved one is not feeling well, get well gifts of flowers may be the ideal way to let them know that you care! Whether you will be personally bringing the bouquet to them on a visit, or plan on having us deliver, you can trust the experts at Julia’s Florist.
Your selection of which flowers to send will depend greatly on the reason for your loved ones’ stay in the hospital and hospital policy. While maternity wards are nearly always happy to receive flowers, critical care units may not be allowed to accepted flowers or plants. It is always the best idea to call the hospital in advance to determine if there are any restrictions that will affect your get well gifts. (Have any questions about Wilmington hospitals? Just give us a call. We deliver to these facilities often).
With hospital approval – or if you are sending directly to someone’s home – bright and vibrant colors are always a good choice. Folks who are shut in or not feeling well will appreciate these happy and hopeful colors. You may also decide to send a beautiful flowering plant, such as an orchid, which will add color to their home for many months. Green plants are known for their ability to purify and cleanse the air, making them a thoughtful and helpful gift.
Don’t forget to add cheerful get well balloons to any gift you choose – these colorful additions are guaranteed to make them smile. And if the doctor says it is ok – we also have delicious chocolates, gourmet baskets and more.
After all ,no one likes being hurt or sick – but get well gifts from Julia’s Florist can help to speed their recovery.