As the school year draws to a close, it was a challenging year for everyone. Teachers had to teach in a new way and help students adjust. They added new technology and had to learn that as they went. As we look ahead to a return to normal for school next year, we can take the time to celebrate all our Tucson teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3rd through May 7th) and Teacher Appreciation Day (May 4th). If you haven't before, this is an ideal year to send a gift to one or more teachers and thank them for what they have been able to do for your kids. They need our support and appreciation. Our Tucson flower shop and website offers many different teacher gift ideas. There are numerous floral designs that work well for teachers. Send a bowl full of colorful daisies in white and yellow or a vase filled with tulips. We also have cube vases, which fit perfectly on a teacher's desk. Other options include bright and cheerful arrangements in a garden style filled with wildflowers and greenery accents. We also offer custom floral design service if you want to treat a favorite teacher to their own special bouquet or flower arrangement. Please call us right away if you want to do this as this special week coincides with our Mother's Day schedule. We also have many types of plant gifts that also are ideal for teachers. They are long-lasting so teachers can take the plants home after the school year ends and continue to enjoy them. These plants also provide a more healthful environment for the classroom and home office. Our plant options include green indoor plants, orchids, blooming plants, succulents and cacti, and dish and basket gardens. Beyond flowers and plants, we also have a selection of gifts, which helps our Tucson flower shop and website serve as a one-stop shop for teacher gifts. There are gourmet gift baskets as well as fresh fruit baskets. We also have balloons, greeting cards, and curated gift items from local small businesses in and around Tucson. Check with us on what's available. Please order and schedule as soon as possible so that we can get you included on our contactless deliveries. You can also do pickup at our Tucson flower shop. With customers also now ordering for Mother's Day at the same time, we want to make sure everyone gets what they want to celebrate teachers as well as Mothers!
Teachers give our kids knowledge, skills, and confidence. They provide a love of learning that can last a lifetime. For that, we must thank them each and every year they take the time and attention to devote to our kids. Teacher Appreciation Week is May 7th through May 11th while Teacher Appreciation Day is May 8th. This is an opportunity to personally thank each teacher for what they do with a small token of appreciation. In our flower and gift collection, we have some great ideas for teacher gifts: Color Me Yours Bouquet This is a bright and bold way to show your thanks. There are many types of seasonal flowers and greenery accents in this stunning bouquet. Posh Pinks This sweet bouquet offers hot pink roses, pale pink lilies, and mixed flower varieties that are arranged in a glass cube vase. Summertime Splash This floral arrangement contains yellow lilies, pink gerbera daisies, orange roses and alstroemeria, and other seasonal flowers and accents in a glass cube vase. Blue Caribbean A glass cube vase is filled with yellow lilies, red gerbera daisies, yellow alstroemeria, and asters as well as blue glass accents in the. vase. Sunny Sonoita This is another very bright and cheerful floral design that teachers will love for its colors and size. It contains yellow lilies, red roses, bamboo leaf, orange daisies, bear grass, and more. Other Teacher Gifts We also have blooming plants like orchids as well as numerous green plants that are low maintenance and can live in the classroom the whole year round. Also, we have balloons and special gourmet and fruit gift baskets that are great for teacher gifts. Visit or call our Tucson flower shop today to place your order. You can also order through our website for delivery to local Tucson schools.