Planting flower bulbs supports hands-on learning

If we can get your attention for a moment, we have an important reminder: The days will get shorter. And colder. Winter happens around here. Spring never comes as quickly as we’d like. Planting flower bulbs, however, helps us feel a bit better heading into the long chill. It gives us a great reason to stay outside in autumn’s cool days. And then, it will provide the first burst of color in your garden in the spring. Even better, it does more than that when you buy the bulbs in our Flower Power Fundraiser now through Friday, Oct. 13.

The Vegetable Project receives half of all proceeds raised by our sale of bulbs. And that means that you contribute to our programs that create hands-on learning opportunities for Albany kids when you buy bulbs through us. It means you support our work at teaching kids where their food comes from. It means that you support outdoor instruction. It means that you help us make a difference with kids who benefit from doing and touching and tasting and experiencing. And so much more.

Please click here to see the selection and place your order.

–Bill Stoneman

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