Webbs garden centre in £5,000 bulb giveaway

Webbs of Wychbold garden centre is giving away £5,000 worth of spring flowering bulbs to good causes in Worcestershire.

Webbs is planning to give away 50 selection boxes worth £100 of Spring flowering bulbs, such as daffodils, to suitable applicants.

Applications are welcome from charities; schools and other sites used by children and youth groups; nursing and care homes and for public spaces.

Executive Chairman Ed Webb said: "We want to bring a bright start to 2011 for people so they can create stunning displays for next spring. There is still time to plant them in borders or containers to make a great impact. It's an early Christmas present which will reveal its true glory next year."

The first 50 suitable applicants who email bulbs@webbsofwychbold.co.uk by Saturday, 4th December will receive the early Christmas present.

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