Flowers for Teachers and the New School Year

Although Baltimore schools don’t start until September 4th, it’s still a good time to plan out some special teacher gifts so you start the new school year out right and let them know how much you appreciate what they are doing for your kids.

Here are some special teacher gift ideas that you can pick up or have delivered from our Baltimore flower shop:


This is a great way to celebrate summer and the start of school. The bouquet has sunflowers, roses, and deep blue delphinium.  It features an all-around design.


This bouquet has vibrant and tropical blooms. The all-around design features pink dahlias, Carbella garden roses, white veronica, yellow lilies, and lavender scabiosa.


Featured flowers in this summer bouquet include yellow lilies, pink dianthus, solidago, orange roses, white ranunculus and billy balls.  It also has an all-round floral design. 


This brilliant floral display has an all-around design and features blue hydrangea, peach roses, orange snapdragons, dark blue delphinium, lavender stock flower, sunflowers, hot pink dianthus and pink alstroemeria.


This Caribbean design showcases light blue hydrangea, yellow calla lilies, orange lilies and Sweet William in all-around design.


This sublime, all-around floral arrangement has soft blue hydrangea surrounded by a variety of yellow blooms in a bamboo cube.


This cube flower arrangement includes hydrangea and roses in a bold blue glass cube vase.


This flower arrangement pops with colors like green, purple, orange, yellow, and magenta. Flowers include roses, lilies, sunflowers, hydrangea, and carnations.

All of these floral designs arrive in fairly compact containers. This makes them ideal to display on a teacher’s desk or bookcase in their classroom. Of course, they may want to take these stunning bouquets home as well! Whatever they decide, one thing is for sure: You are definitely getting an A+ on your gift choice.

By | 2018-08-05T22:18:13+00:00 August 5th, 2018|Teacher Gifts|Comments Off on Flowers for Teachers and the New School Year

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