Asking Her Out with Public Rose Gifts

Visitor's Question from a 13-15 year old Male
I like this girl, and i havent asked a girl out (as in to be my gf) in a long time, and i want this one to be really special. Since were in highschool, i was thinking about giving a rose to each of her teachers with a note on it to give to her at the end of everyclass.Each rose or flower is going to be a different color, with some meaning to it also in the note, I havent decided what else to put on the notes or maybe i'll just leave jus the meaning of it. After her 6th period class still not knowing who gave her all the roses(last class of the day) i was going to bring her a box of chocolates in the shape of a heart with a last rose on top and a key inside with a note that says "you hold the key to my heart"

And after all that i dunno how to actually ask her out to make it seem really special like the rest of it. I cant just blurt oout will you go out with me like most people do after doign all this. Can you help me with this. Advice
I really really would not advise doing this in public. This puts a ton of pressure on her - and if she builds up hope that it is someone ELSE you don't want to be in the position of being "not her first choice". Your idea is neat in theory but a recipe for disaster.

Build up a friendship with her, and go to movies with her as friends. Build up the relationship slowly and *quietly*. There will be plenty of time for grand gestures when you are her boyfriend.

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