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Posted by Heartfelt Florist on December 23, 2021 Benefits of Flowers Benefits of Plants Flowers Love Plants Self-Care

Enhance Your Well-Being with Amazing Gifts from Mother Nature

Spending time in the great outdoors, whether it be a quick stroll through your neighborhood, a two-mile hike in the woods, or a couple of hours at the beach, there is no doubt that Mother Nature has substantial healing powers. When we bring the outside inside by bringing home a magnificent bouquet of fresh flowers or sending a loved one a green and vibrant plant, we continue soaking up these benefits.

Flowers and plants offer many things, such as beauty, sweet fragrances, color, and symbolism. However, as the floral experts here at Heartfelt Florist, the best flower shop in Harford County, have discovered through perusing scientific studies, botanicals provide unbelievable benefits. Our physical and mental health, mood, and overall well-being can be positively impacted simply by displaying a few flowers in our home or office. 

Nine Ways Humans Benefit From Plants and Flowers

Flowers Make People Happy

Is there anyone who doesn’t smile upon receiving a gift of beautiful flowers? Now we know flowers have the ability to keep that smile around for longer, and more. Behavioral research studies conducted at Harvard, Rutgers, and Texas A&M have shown that flowers can make people happier, promote feelings of compassion, and improve energy. This study went on to state that flowers also have the ability to induce immediate feelings of happiness and delight, promote long-term mood-boosting effects, and reduce feelings of depression, anxiety, and agitation. If you have someone whom you’d like to bring joy, flowers are clearly the perfect, science-backed gift.

Flowers Decrease Stress

The sight of flowers makes us smile, and the scent of flowers can make us relax and less anxious, too. Breathing in the sweet fragrance of flowers has a relaxing and stress-reducing effect, and it’s well researched that flowers bring moments of tranquility and calm. Plus, there are several studies linking reduced stress with flowers including one from the University of North Florida that showed women who received flowers had a statistically significant reduction in stress levels.

Plants Improve Memory & Concentration

Studies show performing tasks and projects under the peaceful and relaxing influence of nature yielded better results. Having plants in the workplace or at home has a positive effect on increasing one’s memory and concentration. Studies also show work completed in an area with fresh greenery is more likely to be of higher quality and more accurate than work performed in an environment devoid of greenery.

Plants & Flowers Can Enhance Learning in Kids

Research shows children who have natural, fresh plants and flowers in their learning environment have enhanced learning capabilities. The effects of being around nature help them to focus and concentrate, making it easier for them to absorb and retain new information. Additionally, children with Attention Deficit Disorder tend to have improved focus and concentration and engage more with their surrounding environment when it’s filled with living plants and flowers.

Plants & Flowers Promote Productivity

Whether working from home or in a cubicle, make it a point to have a vase of fresh flowers or a thriving plant in your workspace to help increase your productivity. Being in nature, or having natural elements around you, helps increase your vitality and levels of energy which, in turn, makes you a better worker. Plants and flowers have also been shown to stimulate innovation and creativity leading to increased productivity.

Flowers Help You Start the Day on a High Note

Place a vase of flowers on your bedstand, by the coffeemaker, or near the front door so you see it before you leave in the morning and benefit from the immediate boost of happiness they provide. Flowers can jumpstart your positive mood – which can last all day long.

Plants & Flowers Improve Relationships

Research shows people who spend a lot of time around plants benefit from increased feelings of compassion and empathy for others. It’s also been shown that when people spend more time around plants, they are more likely to try and help others. In short, the “green” benefits of having ornamental plants around can improve relationships between people.

Plants and Flowers Improve Emotional Health

Research conducted at Rutgers found that flowers generate happy emotions and strengthen feelings of overall life satisfaction far beyond what was initially believed. In an article in Psychology Today, Dr. Jonathan S. Kaplan suggests plants and flowers reduce stress because of the distraction from life and the improved air quality they provide. Another study shows that just the pleasant fragrance of flowers can reduce stress.

Flowers Enhance the Well-Being of Seniors

Flowers can improve common age-related concerns by decreasing depression, inspiring contact with friends and family, and slowing memory loss among the elderly. Flowers make people happy and happier people live healthier and longer lives.

This beautiful bouquet will most certainly arrive in style! A delightful combination of light colors and lovely flowers, it's simply beautiful. To include Pink Roses, White Lilies , White Alstroemeria
Youthful. Graceful. Beautiful. These are just a few qualities that come to mind when gazing at a gorgeous bouquet of pink flowers. Whether you want this arrangement to say "Happy Anniversary" or "Happy Any Day," you can be sure the day it arrives will be brighter for anyone lucky enough to receive it.

In times of healing, growing, or wanting to make your days better, Mother Nature is writing you a prescription for luscious flowers and refreshing green plants. Based on scientific evidence, the quality floral arrangements and plants from your friends here at Heartfelt Florist, are sure to make you happy, ease stress, lift your spirits, and help you live your best and healthiest life.