Bulb blog

Winners of the 2022 Golden Flower Bulb

10 June 2022

Six classes of schoolchildren – one class each in England, The Netherlands, Germany, Canada, France and Sweden – are the lucky winners of the 2022 Golden Flower Bulb Award. They won this award by participating in the Bulbs4Kids flower bulb project. Bulbs4Kids These six classes receive the 2022 Golden Flower Bulb Award because they and […]

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You have until 27 May to send in your photos and videos

09 May 2022

It’s almost time! The winner of the 2022 Golden Flower Bulb will be chosen on 13 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 Hundreds of photos and videos have been sent in via email […]

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Bulbs4Kids colouring sheet

03 January 2022

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

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Flower bulb of the week: the chequered fritillary.

20 December 2021

This week’s flower bulb of the week is the chequered fritillary. The fritty what?! The pattern on the chequered fritillary looks a little bit like a speckled bird’s egg. The botanical name is a bit more complicated: Fritillaria meleagris… The fritty what?! This name comes from the Latin word fritillus, which means a cup that […]

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Who is participating?

13 December 2021

Over the past few months, primary school classes have been registering for their Bulbs4Kids packs. But how many classes are actually taking part? And which schools are participating? Overview It didn’t take long before all the Bulbs4Kids packs had been sent out, because there was a lot of interest! And we’re very happy about that, […]

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Flower bulb of the week: the tulip

29 November 2021

This week’s flower bulb of the week is the tulip. This flower looks like a turban It’s the queen of all the spring flowers. The name tulip comes from the word Tulipa. That is Latin, and it means the flower that looks like a turban. Does that seem strange…? Well, not really, not when you […]

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