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Posted by Breens Florist on January 2, 2017 | Last Updated: January 3, 2017 Blog

Get Well Flowers, Bouquets and Plants

gw2Flowers have a place in every walk of our lives. From the happy occasions to the challenging ones, floral designs celebrate with us, elevate our spirits, and represent empathy from loved ones. When a friend or family member is suffering from an illness or recovering from an injury, flowers brighten any room and atmosphere. When you need just the right floral arrangement to make someone feel better, call the experts at Breen’s Florist. get well flowers

If you are sending flowers to one of our local Houston hospitals or medical centers, you’ll want to first call to clarify any restrictions on the flowers you can send. If your loved one is recouping from an injury, there are likely no rules regarding which flowers they can receive; however when someone is ill, you may wish to choose carefully. For instance, lilies and lilacs have strong scents and may not be allowed. Irises and sunflowers are not only bright and cheerful but have little to no scent. making them good choices for a medical center.

Have Any Questions? It’s always a good idea to check with the hospital as to any restrictions, as well as the established delivery hours. Breen’s Florist has worked with all local hospitals and will be happy to help.

get well flowersIf your loved one is recuperating at home, virtually any type of flower is appropriate. If you aren’t sure where to start, yellow is an awesome design choice, as the color conveys cheerfulness. Bright colors will bring happiness into the space. You may also wish to create a bouquet of their favorite flowers, or an arrangement that celebrates their favorite color. Dish gardens, orchids, and green plants will add life and vitality to the environment as your loved ones recover.

Did You Know? A recent Harvard University study proved that fresh cut flowers in the home will both boost energy and alleviate anxiety and depression. Whether placed in a bedroom or a hospital room, a beautiful bouquet has been scientifically proven to have a positive impact on well-being.

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Whether it’s an injury or an illness, many people can begin to feel sad when trying to recover.  Get well flowers can remind those you love that they are special and cared for. Next time you want to say “I’m thinking of you”, send a thoughtful floral design from Breen’s Florist.