Bulb blog

You and your class in the newspaper

27 February 2024

It might be nice to tell the local newspapers all about planting your Bulbs4Kids bulbs. Most newspapers like to publish articles in about what is going on in the local area, and your school could be in the spotlight. As a participating class, it’s easy to send out a press release to the local newspaper(s). […]

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The winner of the 2024 Golden Flower Bulb: you have until 27 May to send in your photos and videos!

26 February 2024

It’s almost time! The winner of the 2024 Golden Flower Bulb will be chosen in June. We have had hundreds of photos and videos. Have you sent yours yet? If not, you still have until 27 May to do it. Photos and videos Lots of photos and videos have been sent in by the classes […]

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The flower bulbs are waking up…

30 January 2024

Have you noticed? Those flower bulbs that you planted, which looked like they were asleep under the ground – they’re waking up! Now the sun is beginning to shine more and, very slowly, green shoots are poking their heads out above the ground. Here and there, some of them are even starting to bloom. School […]

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2150 classes to plant over a million flower bulbs

19 December 2023

 This fall, tens of thousands of children in Canada, The Netherlands, Germany, France, England and Sweden learned how and when to plant flower bulbs after receiving a free flower bulb kit from Bulbs4Kids. After all, you can never start too young. More than a million flower bulbs This fall, no fewer than 2150 classes located […]

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Bulbs4Kids coloring sheet

28 November 2023

It’s getting colder outside, so it’s time to do some fun things indoors instead. And that’s what this Bulbs4Kids coloring sheet is for. Coloring sheet 1

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Planting before the first frost

23 November 2023

The season for planting your flower bulbs is almost over. Many classes who are taking part in Bulbs4Kids have already planted their crocus, tulip, grape hyacinth and daffodil bulbs. If you haven’t done this yet, you should probably do it in the next two weeks. Frost The flower bulbs should be in the ground by […]

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