Hospital flowers FAQs
Are flowers a good gift for a friend in the hospital?
Yes, flowers are a lovely present for a friend in the hospital, they can bring color and life into their room. A colorful arrangement is also a perfect gift because:
- They brighten the spirit
- Flowers improve a patient’s mood and well-being
- Reduce stress
- Provide the opportunity for nature contact
- Make people happier and calmer
What kind of flowers do you give someone in the hospital?
Flower arrangements come in various sizes and you can choose from a great variety of colors. It’s always important to check with the hospital if you’re unsure whether flowers are permitted or not.
For instance, for a new mom or baby you can always choose colorful arrangements. Pastel colors, pink, purple, blue, and yellow are the most popular color choices.
- Sunflowers, and
- Daisies are a perfect option.
Our Top Picks
Baby Elephants: A gorgeous arrangement of roses, orchids and hydrangeas, carefully crafted in a cute elephant base.
For a friend or a family member in the hospital, you can choose bright flowers, colors that can be soothing, healing, and uplifting. These flowers are associated with cheer, positivity, happiness and encouragement:
Our Top Picks
Hint of Blue: A beautiful contrast of fresh roses and stunning dyed blue orchids in a small white ceramic vase.
How to Choose the perfect flowers for a friend or family member in the hospital
For a friend or a family member in the hospital, think about them and what they like. Remember what they most need, a thoughtful message for a quick recovery.
Choose joyful and bright colors
Consider the size of the flower bouquet
Check the hospital policies (for example, many intensive care units do not allow flowers or scented gifts)
Choose flowers that are long-lasting and easy to care for