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20 Stems in a Medium Apothecary Vase 6 Colours
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Luxury Get Well Soon flowers delivery

Nothing brightens your day when you're not feeling your best like a beautiful flower delivery to your door. We offer flexible standard delivery across the UK, as well as next-day delivery options nationwide. If you're based in London, you can let someone know your thoughts are with them today, and send flowers with our same-day delivery service. You can also add a personalised message to your arrangement to make it extra thoughtful.

How can I make sure my flowers will be delivered on time and to the right location?

We know timing is everything when sending a beautiful bouquet. At FLOWERBX, we allow you to select a chosen delivery date, and our courier or shipping partner will always send updates regarding the delivery timings of your order. Always ensure you enter the correct full address when placing your flower order. Please note, nationwide orders shipped outside of London will be passed over to our partnered courier service, and all delivery enquiries should be directed towards them. Should you want to send flowers to someone in hospital, we always recommend checking with the specific contact first. Most hospitals do not allow fresh flowers in the ward.

Can I send a plant instead of cut flowers for a get-well-soon gift?

Yes! We love plants as a green and glorious alternative to cut flowers. We offer small or large varieties of potted plants, for outdoors or in, as well as floral varieties such as potted orchids. You can find the full collection here.

What are some popular flowers to send to say get well soon?

Some popular choices of flowers to say get well soon include:
Daisies - symbolising innocence and purity.
Sunflowers - bright and cheery flowers, with meanings of strength and resilience.
Roses - yellow roses are known to hold the meaning of good wishes, making them a great choice for someone who's poorly.
Hydrangeas - statement-making and cheery, colourful hydrangeas will lift anyone's spirits.
Carnations - represent love and healing.
Chrysanthemums - symbolise recovery, hope, and optimism.

How do I choose the right colours for a get-well-soon bouquet?

When choosing the right colour flowers for someone who is feeling under the weather, it's a great idea to pick an arrangement in their favourite shade, or include their most-loved variety. Signature colours to send to someone who is sick include the below:
Bright and cheerful yellow flowers represent optimism, joy, and happiness.
Soothing and calming shades of pale pink flowers, or something a little brighter to boost moods!
Send a message of spirituality and healing with pale purple flowers.
Calming and relaxing shades of blue flowers for tranquillity, healing, and peace.

Avoid flowers that may be associated with mourning or death, especially in shades of dark red or purple.

Are there any flowers that should be avoided for someone who is sick?

Always aim to avoid sending flowers that are heavy in pollen, overly fragrant, or include sharp thorns to people who are sick. When in doubt, always check with the recipient.