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When somebody is sick, he or she is often isolated, lonely and feels out of touch. Not to mention feeling just plain bad! A gift plant is a great way to let someone know you care, even if you can't be there in person.

In addition to being beautiful, plants have been proven to support healing and elevate mood, and reduce stress. Plants give off oxygen, thus creating even more healthful air to breath. In addition, plants absorb toxins, and can literally clean the indoor environment. Studies further demonstrate that keeping plants in one's physical environment can reduce the stress. What other gift offers so much?

Follow Hospital Policy.When sending get-well gift plants to the hospital, call the hospital before placing the order to make sure a plant gift is allowed.

Get the delivery right.Make sure you have the name and address of the hospital, name of the patient, and your phone number in case there are any problems.

Choose a gift that is easy to care for. When sending plant gifts to a sick person's home, consider the condition of the recipient. If the recipient is very ill or bed ridden, then make sure your get-well plant gift is easy to care for. A larger tropical plant like a bromeliad offers a big cheerful display and minimum maintenance. A pothos or mother in law tongue add beauty and interest to the environment, yet need minimal care.

Keep it small. A tall, slim orchid, or compact flowering plant like an azalea or mini rose offers a burst of color for tight spaces. An orchid or small green plant can be placed on a nightstand for intimate enjoyment and easy watering.

Send a personalized gift message:
  • We miss you at the office! Get well soon.
  • Hope these brighten your day and lift your spirits.
  • Sending you my love and prayers.
  • I hope you're back on your feet soon.
  • Our prayers are with you, hope you feel better soon..
  • Sending you all the healing thoughts in the world.
  • Sending you sunshine and cheer!
  • I hope this brightens your day!