Valentine's Day Selections Now Available!
Ordering for Valentine's Day? Our Valentine's Day designs are available for delivery February 12th, 13th, and 14th. Please visit the Valentine's Day section to see available products for those dates.
We've curated the most popular arrangements over the years that recipients have loved the most. We are offering a set menu for the 12th - 14th to ensure the highest quality blooms are sent out.
Get Well Flowers
Sending flowers to someone you care about who is currently unwell is the perfect way to show them that they’re in your thoughts and you wish them a speedy recovery. Flowers provide a vibrant burst of color and life into a room, which is exactly what’s needed when someone is sick.
Flowers are a universally loved gift that represents love, happiness, and generosity, and are suitable for any occasion. When we send somebody flowers, it tells them that we’re thinking about them, and we want to bring a little joy to their day. When somebody we love is unwell, there’s only so much you can do to make them happy.
Thankfully, one of those things is by sending a beautiful bouquet, with a study proving that flowers do make people feel better. At French Florist, we understand that receiving the gift of flowers can brighten somebody’s mood when they’re unwell. Because of that, every single bouquet our artists design is done so with the utmost care and attention, ensuring that they pass strict quality-control checks. Our local in-house delivery team uses modern refrigerated trucks that keep bouquets at the optimal temperature, so they remain as beautiful as the moment they were picked from the ground.
You can be confident that the get-well flowers delivery you’re sending to your friend or family member will be fresh, colorful, and last longer than other flowers you may have sent before.
Below are some of the best get well soon flowers you can send to someone who needs cheering up.
Daisies have the look of the quintessential flower; they’re bright, colorful, and have large heads with long petals atop a single tall stem. Daisies are found in a wide range of colors and have a long life so they should still look fresh long after the recipient has made a recovery.
Sunflowers are a great way to make a statement to someone who’s under the weather. They’re big, they’re bright, and they’re full of life. Sunflowers are true showstoppers and command the attention of anyone who walks into the room, making them a great choice for someone who’s not well.
Pansies come in an array of striking colors, mixing two or three colors on a single head. Pansies represent feelings of love, so sending them to somebody you care about lets them know exactly how you feel and adds cheer to any room.
Daffodils represent new beginnings and everlasting life and are a low-effort, striking flower in a shade of yellow that almost glows.
Orchids are a great all-round floral gift and are a low-maintenance choice that will stay fresh and vibrant for a long time. They have a peaceful and calming effect, which makes them a great choice for someone who’s recovering.
Peonies are often associated with spring and have big, bold blooms that provide a bushy cloud of color. They’re not as common as other flower types, which makes them a unique and eye-catching choice for get well flowers.
Hydrangeas are unique and colorful flowers that can live for up to 50 years when grown in the right conditions. They represent grace and beauty, so are a great way to cheer up somebody who’s not feeling their best.
Are you ready to let somebody know you’re thinking about them by sending get well soon flowers? French Florist has a wide range of beautiful bouquets available for same-day delivery right now.
While all flowers are beautiful and would be gratefully received, some carry deeper meanings that you may need to be aware of. For example, lilies and chrysanthemums are linked with death, which you may want to avoid when sending to somebody who’s unwell.
The color of a flower can have different meanings, so this may be something to consider when selecting get well flowers to send to a loved one.
- White flowers are linked to purity
- Red flowers are linked to love and passion
- Pink flowers suggest innocence or sensitivity
- Orange flowers evoke happiness and warmth
- Blue flowers are calm and contemplative
- Purple flowers are mysterious and charming
- Yellow flowers are linked to friendship, life, and the sun
- Green flowers suggest good fortune and harmony
A combination of flowers of these colors can not only be visually striking but have a much deeper meaning for the recipient.
Yes, you can send get well flowers directly to any hospital in the LA area, however, it’s recommended that you check before sending. It may be the hospital’s policy that flowers can’t be displayed in an ICU, so you’ll want to confirm this before placing your order.
Of course. We have Express Delivery availability that you can select during checking out. This guarantees you an early priority delivery time. Please select this time for a priority delivery time...
We always retain the wonderful element of surprising the person you’re sending flowers to. If our delivery driver knocks on the door and there is no answer, our customer service team will call to the recipient’s phone number. If no one answers, we may call you to ask to advise. If our driver is at a business or residence where there is a safe location we will leave it in a safe place, and then leave a voicemail for your recipient to let them know they have flowers. We’ll leave our information as well so that they can reach out in case there are any concerns. In occurrences when we do not feel like there is a safe place to leave the flowers, we return them to the shop and notify you and your recipient, letting your recipient know to reach out to us to reschedule the delivery of a fresh arrangement at a time that works best for them. This is something we offer typically at no extra cost.