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Posted by Currans Flowers on December 31, 2016 | Last Updated: January 7, 2017 Flowers

Send Good Wishes with Get Well Flowers

get well flowersHow do you show a friend or loved one that you’re thinking about them when they fall ill, are stuck at home with the flu, or have to be hospitalized? No one plans to be sick, and so often we want to show our loved ones how much we care but don’t know what to do. Curran’s Flowers in Danvers will help you to give beautiful encouragement and a sympathetic smile by arranging and delivering quality florals, balloons or gifts. By sending a beautifully arranged bouquet of get well flowers, you send your love and good wishes right along with them.
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A bright arrangement of orange and pink gerbera daisies in a unique Dutch Conan vase lends a cheerful and happy element to any bedside. Or you can choose to brighten someone’s day with a gorgeous arrangement of wildflowers that includes larkspur, gerbera daisies, hydrangea, and asters.  get well flowers

If you loved one is in the hospital, call the facility to see if they have any restrictions in place regarding gifts. If flowers are not allowed, you can instead select our Get Well Wishes Gift Pack – overflowing with games, candy and chicken soup and certain to chase away the blues and warm the spirits. Don’t forget to add a bright bouquet of cheerful balloons and ribbons!

Whether at home or in the hospital, a green plant is always welcomed. This gift literally is a breath of fresh air, with its ability to clease the air of toxins. To someone on the road to recovery, plants are not only beautiful but beneficial – so browse our selection of green plants, flowering plants or orchids to find the perfect choice.
get well flowersWhatever your choice, Curran’s Flowers will deliver your warm wishes for a speedy recovery in a timely and professional manner.  When get well flowers are needed, our floral designers will create unique, artistic displays of affection for you to share with friends and loved ones. No one likes to be sick – so let’s help them to feel better.