Plant now for a Colorful Spring!

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Planting bulbs for a colorful Spring!

Allium bulbs are nothing but spectacular. Friends of North County Recreation District (NCRD) ordered them because so many gardeners here in Tillamook County have spectacular gardens. Friends of NCRD’s selection includes bulbs producing 4–8-inch orbs. The colors include purple, white, lilac-pink, and yellow. These relatives of onions bloom in late spring and need sun and good drainage. We guarantee a large bulb size on these bulbs and all the bulbs we sell. Email to get a copy of our bulb catalog to be sent to your computer.
Our daffodil selection this year includes the most widely grown of the yellow trumpets Dutch Master. Friends have added the 1930’s Mount Hood to their daffodil selection. It is the most widely grown all-white daffodil. And don’t forget to look at the Delnashaugh, Precocious, and Jacqueline daffodils we have ordered. Again, email to see our full color catalog.
Friends are running low on Amaryllis. These bulbs are planted indoors and bear huge flowers in the depth of winter. At this point we have Double Dream, Candy Cane, and Silver Dream available. And of course, a favorite of many, the Nir Paperwhite is still available.
Friends of the North County Recreation District raise funds to promote and support NCRD by raising funds for scholarships, programs, and projects. Friends just finished their summer flower bouquet sales and, in the spring, Friends will be selling dahlia tubers. We thank our community for supporting Friends of NCRD. Remember to email to receive a bulb catalog. Friends is a 501(c)(3) organization. Or call me, Patty, 503-368-6081. Leave a message and I’ll get back to you.