Flowers have a very special effect on people who are not feeling well and may be even sick. They bring cheerfulness and colour to the recipient and will make his heart and soul feel better – and this with flowers! Therefore, it is such a nice gesture to send a cute get better bouquet and cheer someone up. A piece of nature that smells super nice and fresh on top will let them know you are thinking of them. Wish a speedy recovery with flowers!
Get Well Soon Bouquet From Our Florists
Our florist experts know exactly which flowers are best to wish a speedy recovery. We delivery your bouquet to the address of your wishing, also to the hospital! The florists also know which flowers are safe to send to the hospital.
Complete your order with a nice and positive personal message on a greeting card and if you want to send flowers to the hospital make sure to also add a vase – most hospitals do not provide vases.
Yes! Our florists will delviery your get better soon flowers also to the hospital. We recommend calling the hospital first, to make sure they accept flowers in the hospital rooms.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Due to the current situation related to Covid-19 we cannot guarantee flower deliveries to hospitals. To respect our florists` safety and free will, we will let the florist decide if they accept deliveries for hospitals. As a customer who is interested in sending flowers to the hospital, just place your order. If the delivery will not be possible we will be in touch with you to discuss alternatives.
Which flowers are allowed in the hospital?
Roses, tulips, gerbera, daisy, ranunculi, anemone, and calendula.
Which flowers Say Get well soon?
Lightly smelling cut flowers. Try to stay away from chrysanthemums as they are often used a funeral flower.
Which flowers are not allowed in the hospital?
Usually, strong smelling flowers like hydrangea or lilies are not allowed in the hospital. Potted flowers and pot plants are also not allowed. On the intensive care station, no flowers are allowed.
Does the hospital provide a vase?
No. Make sure to add a vase to your order as the hospital do not guarantee any vases.