Flowers are a great way to let someone who
is ill, or just feeling blue, know you're thinking of her,
even if you can't visit her in person. They're not only a
terrific way to brighten up a hospital room, but can ease
the loneliness of recovering at home.
Behavioral research has shown the presence
of flowers triggers happy emotions, heightens feelings of
life satisfaction and affects social behavior in a positive
manner far beyond what is normally believed.
Flowers are a simple, sincere and
unobtrusive way to lift spirits, bring a smile to a tired
face or brighten up a room for someone who is under the
weather. In fact, they might be just the trick to cheer
If you order flowers to be delivered to a hospital, it's
helpful to have the following information ready : name of
the hospital, patient's name, room number and when you want
the flowers delivered. It is also good to know if the
hospital has a policy regarding flowers. For instance, most
urgent care and intensive care units do not allow flowers.
Sometimes hospital rooms have certain display areas for
flowers, but they must be a specified size. To know more
about the hospital in your area, please call Pods & Petals’
Giftlab Customer Service at 03-79557555.