Since the Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Project started in 2003, approximately 72,000 spring blooming bulbs (daffodils, crocuses, tulips etc.) have been planted by neighborhood volunteers and residents.
The concept is simple – Community groups volunteer to plant bulbs in public spaces such as schools, median strips, libraries etc. Individuals who are willing to plant bulbs . . . → Read More: Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Project
As part of the Westcott Neighborhood Bulb Give Away/Garden Extravaganza Day, Saturday, October 2 there will be a fall perennial plant swap/sale as a fundraiser for the Westcott Community Center Kids Club.
If you have extra perennial plants („What gardener doesn‚t?‰) drop them off, labeled, at the Westcott Community Center, corner of Euclid and . . . → Read More: Plant Swap/Sale Fundraiser for Westcott Community Center – Donations Needed
This is a Press Release from the very first Bulb Project in 2003:
Saturday, October 4 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm at the Westcott Community Center. 2,300 tulip, daffodil & crocus bulbs will be given away free to neighbors in the Westcott neighborhood. “Neighbors investing in their neighborhood and the involvement of local . . . → Read More: The Very First Bulb Project – 2003