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Posted by campbellsflowers on September 23, 2019 | Last Updated: September 24, 2019 Floral Design Flower Gifts Flowers Get Well Flowers

Send The Right Get-Well Blooms To Encourage and Support

When someone you love is in the hospital, you want to do everything you can to encourage and support them. A great way to do this is by sending a beautiful bouquet of get-well flowers. Flowers have been proven to lift spirits and brighten smiles. But with so many options, it’s difficult to know which flowers would be the best to send. 

The floral designers at Campbell’s Flowers are ready to help you navigate hospital policies. We have a few tips to guide you in making a smart decision about your blooms and help you choose meaningful flowers that convey what you want to say. Follow this guide to send beautiful blooms to your loved one the next time they are in the hospital.

Send the Right Blooms at the Right Time

While it’s always nice to receive a bouquet of flowers, sending get-well flowers can be a little more involved. It’s important to think about the situation and circumstances in a hospital setting before you send your fabulous blooms. Here are some tips on how to send appropriate flowers to the hospital.

  1. Choose flowers that are allergy-free. Hospital rooms are full of medical personnel and hospital staff who may or may not be allergic to certain types of flowers. Select more hypoallergenic varieties like orchids or carnations that will not set off allergies of allergy-prone individuals.
  2. Choose flowers that are long-lasting and low-maintenance. Flowers that will last for a while are a great option because your recipient can bring them home after their stay. Low-maintenance varieties make a great gift as they allow your loved one to focus on healing and recovery.
  3. Choose flowers that are bright and happy. To lift spirits and brighten drab hospital rooms, choose options like sunflowers that are bright and happy. A cheerful bouquet with colorful blooms will cheer your patient on to recovery.
  4. Choose flowers in smaller arrangements. Big, showy floral bouquets are a wonderful thought but could get in the way in a busy hospital room. Instead, opt for a more compact design that will stay out of the way during your patient’s hospital stay.
  5. Choose flowers that come in durable containers. In a busy hospital room, flowers can be dropped, moved or bumped. Send blooms in durable containers to ensure your flowers will be protected in case they are knocked over.

Send Blooms that Convey the Perfect Message

Flowers of different varieties often carry specific meanings behind them. The floral designers at Campbell’s Flowers have broken down some of the more popular get-well flowers and the messages they symbolize. Find several of these, including asters and alstroemeria, in our Make A Wish Bouquet!

  • Asters: Symbolizing patience and elegance, these short petals and happy yellow centers bring a wish for endurance in the face of difficult circumstances.
  • Hydrangea: The cloud-like gathering of blooms in soft colors symbolize perseverance, another great wish for anyone enduring a hospital stay. 
  • Alstroemeria: These fresh, full blooms represent withstanding the trials of life. 
  • Daisies: Happy and bright, daisies signify thoughts of positivity and hope. 
  • Roses: These classic beauties bring symbols of hope, optimism, and perseverance. 
  • Peonies: These thick, ruffled blooms symbolize healing, good health, and a happy life. 

Make A Wish Bouquet

When sending flowers to a hospital, be sure to talk to the hospital first to determine preferred delivery times. Make sure flowers are accepted on your patient’s floor and be sure to convey this information to your florist. You’ll also want to mention the hospital’s full name and address and your patient’s full name and room number when you order your arrangement. The floral designers at Campbell’s Flowers will take it from there. Our professionals are happy to create and deliver your perfect floral design to encourage your friend or loved one to get well soon.