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Bucks Beautiful launches 2nd annual daffodil photo contest

Three random winners will receive two tickets to the June 13 Garden Tour, plus daffodil merch

Bucks Beautiful is hosting its second annual Bulbs for Bucks daffodil photo contest. Take in some fresh air, flowers and sunshine by visiting one of its Bulks for Bucks planting sites. Snap pictures with the daffodils and share your favorite on social media to enter the contest.

Three random winners will receive two tickets to the June 13th Garden Tour, plus a choice of a Bucks Beautiful signature daffodil mug or canvas tote bag.

To enter, post your daffodil photo on Facebook or Instagram; tag @BucksBeautiful plus the hashtag #BulbsForBucks and tag the location. The contest kicks off April 1 and runs through midnight on April 30. Winners will be selected at random and contacted directly.

The Bulbs for Bucks program was the inspiration of board member Chuck Gale, who wanted to beautify Bucks County at key locations with the first splendor of spring.

“I like the idea of planting daffodils because the bulbs multiply each year and the project is long-lasting for future generations to enjoy,” Gale said. “To my knowledge, this is the largest bulb planting project in the state of Pennsylvania.”

The program debuted in 2010 when 40,000 bulbs were planted along the Route 611 Bypass near Doylestown. Additional plantings include along the Delaware Canal State Park towpath, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Buckingham Green Shopping Center, the Michener Art Museum, Fonthill Castle and several parks around Newtown, Sellersville and Perkasie. To date, over 1.6 million daffodil bulbs have been established throughout the county. With the support of the community, Bucks Beautiful hopes to continue to grow the program and surpass 2 million.

The Bulbs for Bucks map of daffodil sites throughout Bucks County is available at bucksbeautiful.org

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