Get Your Order In: Free Daffodil Bulbs from New Yorkers for Parks

by Heather Van De Mark on

As part of New Yorkers for Parks’ (NY4P) Daffodil Project, they give out FREE daffodil bulbs ” to civic organizations, individuals, corporate volunteer groups, schools, and community leaders who commit to planting them in a park or public space such as a schoolyard, street tree pit, or community garden.” So there’s no reason not to order yours today! You can request up to 1,100 bulbs (and as few as, the seemingly more manageable, 25 bulbs.)

Click here to order daffodil bulbs
Ordering ends at 5pm on September 3, 2014.

From NY4P Daffodil Project website:

The Daffodil Project was founded in 2001 as a living memorial to September 11. With nearly FIVE MILLION free bulbs planted citywide by more than 100,000 school kids, parks and gardening groups, civic organizations, corporate volunteers and other New Yorkers, it is one of the largest volunteer efforts in the city’s history.

Heather Van De Mark

Heather Van De Mark

Heather is a designer/writer specializing in non-profit organizations and social causes. Originally from central NY, Heather settled into the charming Greenpoint neighborhood in 2011. While most of her community activism takes place from behind a computer screen, Heather can often be found at CB1 meetings, the McCarren Park track and any of the parks along the waterfront.