When someone we love is sick or in the hospital, we can sometimes feel helpless. We want to do something to help, but it is out of our hands. In these cases, it is important to let them know that we love and care about them, and are sending good wishes for a quick recovery. What you may not realize, is that not only is sending flowers a thoughtful gesture – but these beautiful arrangements can actually help to keep a patient’s spirits up and aid in their recovery!
A recent Harvard study found that receiving flowers had an immediate effect on people. They instantly felt significantly happier, and their general sense of well-being also noticeably improved. Whether your friend or family member is at home or at a medical facility – get well flowers from Zeidler’s may be just the thing to help them on the road to recovery.
Vivid colors bring life, vitality, and joy into any room – but which flowers are best to send? Once you have confirmed with the hospital that floral arrangements are allowed, you may want to choose easy care, low-fragrance flowers such as gerbera daisies, sunflowers, tulips, and mums.
Bright colors such as yellow, pink, purple and orange add splashes of vibrant beauty and color to a dull and sterile environment. The entire mood of the room changes when these gorgeous flowers are added to any space, guaranteeing to lift spirits.
Green plants have not only been proven to help patients emotionally but they also offer physical benefits! A wide variety of plants do their part to purify the air by removing pollutants and toxins, making the air that the patient breathes healthier and cleaner. Get well flowers or green and flowering plants, you’ll find the perfect gift at Zeidler’s Flowers! Zeidler’s Flowers delivers to all local Evansville area hospitals, rehabilitation centers, and nursing homes. If you have a question regarding delivery to a loved one, please do not hesitate to call.
** We do recommend that you call the hospital ahead before ordering as some medical centers have restrictions on what can be delivered based upon the patient’s condition and unit.