When someone you care about is in the hospital, you want to find something to brighten their day. Flowers and plants can do wonders to put a smile on people’s faces. Incredibly, flowers and plants in people’s hospital rooms can even reduce their hospitalization!
If someone you care about has taken ill, saying “I hope you feel better soon” with an arrangement from Phoenix Flowers can be an excellent want to show you care. Knowing the type of arrangement that will work best for people in hospital rooms can help you make a selection that not only looks beautiful but also fits your loved one’s needs. Here are wonderful ideas to get started.
Green plants for someone who is ill
People who are ill and spend a significant amount of time in bed will appreciate the beautiful greenery of a plant, but they do not have the ability to spend a lot of time taking care of them. For this reason, Peace Lily, Dieffenbachia, or dish gardens tend to serve well. These plants require minimal care and only a little light. This makes it easy for the patient to enjoy the beauty of the plant without it becoming a burden of the person recovering.
Natural Wonder Bouquet
Blooming plants for people who are ill
The burst of color that a flowering plant can offer also can easily brighten a room. The stunning colors that can come with flowering plants can easily bring the beauty of the outdoors inside. To maintain this vibrant look, however, you want plants with flowers that last a long time. Two excellent choices would be kalanchoe or azaleas, both of which offer excellent colors.
When sending people flowers to dress up their dreary hospital rooms, call ahead to learn more about deliveries to the medical center and verify the room number of the patient. This will make it easier to ensure that the plant gets to the right place. Then, see how the beautiful arrangements from Phoenix Flowers can help you show someone you care.
For sample Get Well messages to include with your flowers, or tips on how to write the perfect Get Well message, visit our Card Messaging page.