teachera2A new school year has already arrived, which means a new classroom and new teacher for your child. Or, you may have a few new teachers to meet if you have many kids starting the new school year. Whatever the case may be, you want to make sure you start the year off right by letting the new teacher know that you support her or him and look forward to working together for the benefit of your child.teachera2

We’ve put together some flower and gift ideas for the new teacher that she or he is sure to enjoy and can either display in the classroom or take home to enjoy.

Flower Gifts for Teachers

Although you may not yet know the teacher and what he or she likes, you can opt for a flower arrangement that is bright, cheerful, and full of favorite flowers.

Take the “Sunny San Diego” arrangement, for example. This floral arrangement works for male or female teachers thanks to its array of primary colors and variety of flowers that include lilies and roses as well as beautiful greenery and cool glass cube that fits well in small spaces.

A great idea for teachers is a flower basket that they can showcase on their desk or a table in the classroom. For example, the “Violets and Butterflies” basket includes two blooming African violet plants plus some sweet butterflies and beautiful ribbon attached to the basket.teachera1

Plant Gifts for Teachers

If you are not sure about giving flowers, you can also opt for a plant gift, including a dish garden or this unique arrangement of succulent plants. This unique terrarium arrangement is wrapped in burlap and twine and provides a way to bring the outdoors in for the teacher to enjoy all year long.teachera3

Other Gift Ideas for Teachers

We’ve also got great gifts and gift baskets for the teacher to enjoy as well as balloons and cards to welcome the teacher and tell them you appreciate all that they do.friendshipa4

Same-Day Delivery

While you can pick up any of these in our store and deliver it yourself to a teacher, you can also choose to use our same-day delivery service for flowers, plants, and gifts in case you can’t be there to deliver it yourself to the teacher.