Walter Knoll Florist

Walter Knoll Florist

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Show You Care When You Choose The Perfect Get-Well Flowers

Sending flowers to a loved one in the hospital is a wonderful way to show how much you care. You brighten their spirit and encourage them to heal with cheerful, colorful blooms. Plus, flowers are known to lift spirits and make people feel happier longer. You want to send the very best, but sometimes it's hard to know where to start.  Read More about Show You Care When You Choose The Perfect Get-Well Flowers »
Posted by wkf on September 24, 2019 Get Well Flowers

Happy-Making Get Well Flowers

We've long appreciated the healing power of flowers, having used them medicinally for centuries. Their aesthetic beauty aside, when we give flowers to someone who is under the weather, it's like breathing fresh life into their space. The vibrancy of flowers is a gentle reminder that they will recover and at the very least that spring is on the horizon, even as we work our way through cold and flu season. At Walter Knoll Florist, we're committed to connecting people with flowers that will bring them happiness, and we're hoping to make people healthier, too. Read More about Happy-Making Get Well Flowers »
Posted by wkf on December 27, 2017 | Last Updated: December 29, 2017 Get Well Flowers

Get Well Flowers to Add Color and Cheer

It seems that as soon as the season of celebrating is over, the season of cold and flu is right behind it! For those who may be coping with sniffles, coughs, and sneezing, it can be miserable. If your loved ones are under the weather - or even suffering from something more serious -  get well flowers from Walter Knoll Florist can help to brighten their day and lift their spirits. It's Science! Harvard University has proven that receiving flowers causes increased feelings of happiness and well-being across every demographic. In other words, no one can resist the beauty of flowers!  Read More about Get Well Flowers to Add Color and Cheer »
Posted by wkf on January 3, 2017 | Last Updated: January 7, 2017 flowers Get Well Flowers