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Fall Bulbs Fundraiser For

Beaver Brook Association


In the midst of pumpkin-spiced lattes and cozy sweaters, let us remember the essence of Fall – unity, generosity, and growth! Embrace the season by showing your support and purchasing beautiful fall mums and bulbs!

Every purchase you make contributes directly to Beaver Brook Association, enabling us to nurture our mission of conservation and environmental education. Your participation in fundraisers like this one allows us to manage 2,200 acres of conservation land, provide over 35 miles of trails free and open to the public and offer year-round programs and free events to our community.

Thank you for your ongoing support and for celebrating this beautiful season with us!

Order online and pickup your mums at Beaver Brook Maple Hill Farm on Saturday 9/16 from 9am-4pm or Monday 9/18 from 9-3pm. If neither of these dates works for you please let us know. Bulbs will be shipped directly to your home.

Spring Traditions Mix (15 Bulbs)


Enjoy a mid-spring explosion of primary colors with this classic collection of favorites. See details below.

Enjoy a mid-spring explosion of primary colors with this classic collection of favorites. Set includes 5 bulbs each of Red Oxford Darwin Tulip, Carlton Daffodil, and Grape Hyacinth.

Botanical Names: Tulipa, Narcissus, and Muscari armeniacum
Hardiness Zones: 3-8
Plant Type: Perennial
Bloom Time: Mid spring
Advantages: Easy to grow; naturalizes well; variety of textures and colors
Mature Plant Sizes: 20″-22″ tall for Red Oxford Darwin Tulip; 12″-24″ tall for Carlton Daffodil; 6″-8″ tall for Grape Hyacinth
Light Requirements: Full to part sun
Plant Depth: 7″ deep, 4″ apart for Red Oxford Darwin Tulip; 7″ deep, 3″ apart for Carlton Daffodil; 4″ deep, 2″ apart for Grape Hyacinth
Soil Type: Moist, well-drained soil

Please note: The bulbs in this mix require a chilling period in order to bloom; NOT suitable for hardiness zones 9 and up. Check your hardiness zone on the map on the fundraiser’s landing page, or on the USDA website.