In fact, sending ProFlowers 'Get Well Wishes' is just as disappointing to a sick person at home, especially someone confined to bed or in a sling or cast. I speak my opinion as I have received ProFlowers in both situations above mentioned.
Here is a 2011 'testimonial' to ProFlowers on sending Romantic Greetings to someone you love: Great way to ship a cardboard box to the one you love! He describes spending $80.00 at ProFlowers, which would more than cover very decent, hand-arranged, personally-delivered flowers from a real, local florist. He wrote:
"I clicked on and purchased flowers based on their picture and that is what I should have received. That is what I was buying. Sending me a box of flowers and a vase is just unacceptable. It would be like ordering a Big Mac from the photo on the menu board at McDonalds and them bringing you a bun, a couple hamburger patties, and some condiments."He further wonders about ProFlowers sending funeral flowers. Does anyone at the funeral ever remove the flowers from the ProFlowers box and arrange them?
Send ProFlowers only to those who know flower-arranging, and who love a challenge. There are a large number of national florists who will deliver professionally arranged flowers from your local florist, ready for the recipient to immediately enjoy. If you cannot afford that, then send a lovely card instead. Don't disappoint your recipient with ProFlowers.