Get Well soon Flowers

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Send your get well wishes and brighten someone's day with a stunning bouquet of get well flowers.

We have brilliant blooms in a variety of colors and styles to suit all tastes and budgets. Find your favorites and make someone's day at Home or in the Hospital.

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Get well flowers.

Unfortunately, being sick does not make anyone happy. Certainly on moments like this, a heart under the belt with flowers is extra nice. With a beautiful bunch of get well flowers you not only let us know that you are thinking of someone, but you also give a get well soon gift that brightens up the whole thing. Not only nice to give, but also nice to get when things are not going well.

Send a Get well bouquet.

Do you want to surprise someone who is sick and sitting at home or in the hospital with a beautiful bouquet and / or fruit basket to wish you a good night? Then you will find the most beautiful bunch of flowers at Flowers.NL within a few clicks. We offer a large selection with all kinds of bouquets, plants and floral arrangements. From a colorful bouquet with a vase to an elegant bunch of wild flowers or a trendy plant, we have it all for you. Would you prefer a better bouquet with a vase so that you can put the flowers in immediately? That is of course also possible. Ideal for someone who is in the hospital.

Get Well Flowers & Gifts

And do you want to surprise someone when you return home? A colorful surprise guaranteed. Found a beautiful bunch of flowers to wish you a better day? Make it complete with Cuddle, Perfume, Chocolate bonbons, Wine, Champagne or a nice Rituals giftset. All our gifts can include a greeting card. Because with a card with a personal message that you really make it complete.

Get well flower delivery.

All flowers in the flower-shops from our Florist are fresh from the flower grower and auction and are delivered with the correct care tips. Hereby we send all our get well flowers in a luxury gift wrapping so that it is really a surprise to get. So order your favorite bunch of flowers right away to wish someone well and let the sick person know you're thinking of him or her!

What flowers do you send to a sick or ill person?

Flowers are one of the most common gifts people give or send to wish family or friends get well soon or to give support to people who are facing illness or have to stay in hospital for a long time. After all, it is always nice that others support you during a period of illness and do so with a colorful bouquet of flowers. Did you know that some flowers are directly related to health and healing.

Read more about the significance of flowers for health and which flowers are most suitable for someone who is struggling with health problems.

Flowers associated with healing.

Single flowers were used for medicine even before they were ever used for their beauty. Many of these flowers therefore have wonderful scents and are widely grown and harvested to be added to oils in ointments and lotions. When assembling your bouquet, consider adding some of the following flowers.


The Jasmine has a lovely sweet scent and the small white flowers are the perfect addition to larger flowers. In the past, jasmine was used to relieve muscle pain, to give people a better night's sleep and even to improve digestion. It was then brewed like tea. Jasmine also has some beautiful meanings including happiness and beauty.


You now have even more reasons to add the ever-popular rose to your bouquet. Roses are beautiful and usually represent love and passion. In medicine, however, roses have been used for centuries to soothe all kinds of ailments, such as skin problems but also digestive problems.

In both Chinese and Greek traditional medicine, the rose is used to strengthen the heart. The high vitamin content of roses is a good addition to other applications. The wonderful scent of roses is very effective in uplifting the spirit and helps to fight against the depression that can occur in the sick.

Roses in your get well soon bouquet not only offer a connection to modern medicine, but their centuries-long connection to healing systems around the world is a beautiful association, especially for someone with a long-term illness.

Calendula flowers

This flower, known as marigolds, has powerful healing properties. The oil of this flower is a powerful anti-inflammatory, which is why you see it a lot in modern medicine and is added to creams and lotions for the treatment of skin rashes and acne. The oil is also used to treat common digestive problems.

It is certain that marigolds have long associated their name with healing. Their name is therefore often associated with the Virgin Mary and people believed that if you placed these flowers above your door or under your bed, the flowers would provide protection against evil and disease. The superstition also held that picking the flowers in the afternoon on sunny days would energize the heart.


This flower, called Echinacea Purpurea in Latin, was used by the North American Indian tribes against snake, insect and dog bites. They also gave the oil of this flower to the sick with cough, fever, infectious diseases and swollen glands. In addition, the Sioux and Delaware Indians used the root of this flower to chew because it helps against toothaches, sore throats and abscesses.

Western medicine only discovered the plant in the 20th century and brought it to Europe. Since then it has been widely used as a remedy for throat, nose and ear complaints.

Flowers that provide comfort during illness

Part of helping with illness is making sure that person feels comforted. Some flowers have not been used as medicine, but are traditionally used to provide comfort and spiritual healing.

You can also choose to add these to your get well soon bouquet:


Daisies bring positivity. They specifically symbolize cheerfulness, and especially when given in combination with other roses, they represent sincerity.


The Sunflower is a flower of love, but they also represent protection and hope. They are an excellent flower for stress relief simply because of their purity and uncomplicated beauty.


Yellow orchids symbolize new beginnings and friendship. These flowers are meant to uplift and give gentle strength. Aztecs even combined vanilla orchids with chocolate to energize the eater.

The color of a flower can also make a difference. Red flowers give more energy and can give a feeling of empowerment. Yellow flowers reflect comfort, joy and compassion. Blue flowers are meant to show peace and tranquility. Choose colors based on what your loved one needs at the time of their illness.

Finally, we would like to point out that all flowers offer comfort during a period of illness, but if you want your bouquet to convey a specific healing message, for example, consider doing more research into healing flowers that have been used both medicinally and spiritually for centuries. used. Also take a look at our flower Alphabet and read more about the meaning and symbolism of the various flowers.

Get creative with flowers yourself.

If you're looking for new DIY floral arrangements, you're in luck! There are countless opportunities to create beautiful floral arrangements that will brighten up your home, lift your mood and challenge your creative skills.

Here are a few ideas to get you started: The hanging flower tree, Christmas wreath of winter flowers, Atmosphere coupe with underwater flowers