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Flower Club To Give Away Daffodils

(Le Mars) -- The Le Mars Convention and Visitors Bureau has again awarded a Daffodil beautification grant to the Floyd Valley Garden Club.  Last fall, residents along Central Avenue South were offered 20 free King Alfred daffodils by the two groups.  Those flowers bloom in April.  Beginning Sunday, September 16th, and continuing next week, club members will canvas this year's planting routes.  Frank Summerside of the Floyd Valley Garden Club explains why the club decided on daffodils.
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The Floyd Valley Garden Club distributed 1200 bulbs last year along Central Avenue South. Residents were given 20 free bulbs along with planting instructions.  This year, Summerside says the club wants to focus on Central Avenue North

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In addition to Central Avenue North, the local garden club will also focus on Highway 3.

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Summerside says if you passed on the opportunity last year, you can contact the Floyd Valley Garden Club and be included in the project for this year.

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