At Trias Flowers, we’re convinced flowers have the power to lift the spirit, promote a positive outlook, enhance the living or work space and yes, impact health. And we’re not alone, with more and more studies confirming how flowers and plants influence how we feel. A 2008 American Society of Horticultural Science study found that hospitalized patients who have flowers or potted plants in their rooms use less pain medication and have lower blood pressure overall compared to their flower-less counterparts. Other research confirms that yes, flowers make us happy when we receive them, but that happiness level doesn’t disappear upon receipt. Instead, it lasts days.
When you give someone who is ailing or under the weather a bright bouquet of blooms like our Floral Illusions, you’re not only expressing your care and concern but also helping to promote healing. A pocket of pink roses bursts from soft green hydrangea and lily, a visually arresting design that will give someone who is likely home or hospital bound something to enjoy.
This pretty bouquet will help oxygenate the air as it gives a morale boost and brings some nature into a space, making it one of those gifts that goes above and beyond.
As cold and flu season hits, think about how you can deliver some health-promoting flowers to your family and friends, along with the requisite bowl of chicken noodle soup.