When one is feeling poorly the world around us feels grey and devoid of colour – like a silent black and white film with French subtitles. Even though we know what’s going on up there on the screen we still feel disconnected and “blah” (that’s the technical term in case you couldn’t quite fathom what we were on about). We suggest you take action to colour out the greyness of the sick patient.
Quite often people are under the wrong impression that the reason we bring people who are sick flowers simply because they are pretty and they’re a better gift than a bunch of grapes from the supermarket. But that is not true, flowers signify love, adoration and appreciation. It has also been proven to lift spirits and lighten up a room.
When finding the right bunch of flowers or floral arrangement from your favourite online florist you should always consider the fragrance of the flowers. Hospital rooms and wards sometimes (ok more often than not) have more than one patient and mostly the fragrance of a certain flower might be more of a hindrance than a help where the healing power of flowers are concerned.
A good idea when picking out some get well flowers to send to a friend is to find a selection that is bright and cheery but also has a subtle fragrance. Something warm like a Cream roses in a woven basket will brighten up their day and make them smile.
You can also buy a potted plant as a different kind of get well flowers to send, simply because the hospital is unlikely to have a selection of vases to loan to the patients and florists (that aren’t NetFlorist) don’t always provide the vase. It will also last longer for a patient that will be hospitalised or stuck in bed at home a while.
So, log in to your NetFlorist account and shop around to buy the perfect get well flowers for the loved one - the best range of flowers for a get well occasion you will ever see, right here, at NetFlorist.