Hospital Friendly

Local Hospital and Nurse Approved

Highly fragrant lilies are not permitted in our local hospitals. Shop from our hospital-friendly selection to be sure that your loved one can enjoy their healing gift of flowers.

For all get well flowers, check out our get well category.

Dutch Darlings

Dutch Darlings
from $85.00

Sunshowers

Sunshowers
from $80.00

Sunlight

Sunlight
from $95.00

Ashley

Ashley
from $75.00

Cymbidium Swirls

Cymbidium Swirls
from $100.00

Sky Dancer

Sky Dancer
from $125.00

Sky Dancer

Sky Dancer
from $125.00

Innocence

Innocence
from $75.00

Tropical Twist

Tropical Twist
from $150.00

Sweet Embrace

Sweet Embrace
from $125.00

Iris Lily

Iris Lily
from $85.00

Tropicana

Tropicana
from $125.00

Daisy Lane

Daisy Lane
from $135.00

Flutter Flowers

Flutter Flowers
from $80.00

Chasing Daisies

Chasing Daisies
from $95.00

Bear Hug

Bear Hug
from $85.00

Take Me Away

Take Me Away
from $150.00

California Grown

California Grown
from $60.00

Citrus Sunshine

Citrus Sunshine
from $135.00

Purple Passion

Purple Passion
from $185.00

Happy Day

Happy Day
from $75.00

About

 

 
?? Are there restrictions on flowers in hospitals?

Locally, yes, our hospitals have chosen to restrict high scented lilies from patient rooms in hospitals.

?? Why are good smelling lilies restricted at the hospital?

People that suffer from allergies or scent can be bothered by too much fragrance, so much like latex, if it causes issues, it gets banned.

?? What flowers last longest in a hospital setting?

Flowers that can tolerate warmer temps and lack of humidity tend to perform best in a hospital room. Sunflowers, carnations, daisies, orchids are among some of the heartiest of blooms.

?? Can you deliver to a room in the ICU?

Flowers are not permitted in ICU patient rooms. You can however choose self flowers, balloons or other gift items to be delivered to the patient.

?? Do you deliver to the patient’s room?

Hospitals currently restrict direct to room deliveries. Flowers and gifts instead are left with a staff person to direct them to the nurses station to then be delivered to the patient.

A Word from Our Customers