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Sending Cheerful Spring Flower Arrangements to NYC Hospitals

Send Spring to a NYC Hospital

When you’ve got a relative, friend, or colleague in one of New York’s hospitals, you want to do everything you can to cheer them up and speed their healing. March is a hard time to be stuck in a hospital bed: through the window, you can see the last traces of winter slipping away and… Continue Reading »

Long Lasting Blooms for Hospital Deliveries

Collage with Orchid, African Violets and Evergreen

Having a loved one in the hospital can be difficult. Choosing the right floral arrangement should not be. Selecting a low maintenance, long lasting arrangement will boost a patient’s spirit. Follow this simple guide to ensure your bouquet is enjoyed for more than a few days. There is nothing more disappointing then sending a beautiful… Continue Reading »

Bring Spring Cheer to NYU, Bellevue and Other NYC Hospitals with a Fresh Flower Delivery

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It’s never really fun to spend time in the hospital, but to be in there during this long-awaited spring is particularly rough. If you have a friend, relative, co-worker or colleague in NYU, Bellevue, or another NYC hospital right now, it’s a very kind and thoughtful gesture to send them some flowers. Having fresh flowers… Continue Reading »

Sending New Year’s Cheer to NYC Hospitals & Nursing Homes

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January can be one of the toughest months to experience being in the hospital or nursing home. After the buzz and excitement of the holiday season is over, getting back to ‘business as usual’ is incredibly depressing for people who are battling chronic illness, are recovering from an injury, or have to be in the… Continue Reading »

Holiday Flower Deliveries to NYC Hospitals and Nursing Homes

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Nobody ever wants to be in the hospital, but it’s a particularly stressing and depressing experience during the holidays. Being confined to bed while everyone you know is out celebrating Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanzaa is just no fun. If you’ve got a friend, relative, or other loved one who has to spend the holidays in… Continue Reading »