Bulb blog

You and your class in the newspaper

03 October 2022

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 Bulbs4Kids packs are being prepared

27 September 2022

The Bulbs4Kids packs are being prepared for shipping right now. Are you looking forward to receiving your pack? What’s inside the packs? The packs will be sent out to all participating classes on Monday November 7. The Bulbs4Kids packs include everything you will need to plant the flower bulbs with your class: 1 accompanying letter […]

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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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