Flower Power for Parkinson’s

Have you ever asked yourself how can I help, or how I can do my part to make a difference in the world? To do there part and contribute to the causes most important to them people participate and help raise funds and awareness for what matters most to them. Often a way to do this is participating in run/walks for their cause, and fundraising  benefits for cancer/disease research. By participating this is a great way to do your part and help others! If you don’t have the time to participate in a fundraiser benefit but would like to do your part to help, read further…

I have one of those great offers for you to participate in! Parkinson’s Disease has no cure,  a lot of research has been done, but still no cure.  Research must continue to help those suffering with this debilitating disease.  The American Parkinson Disease Association’s Garden of Hope Project offers everyone the opportunity to participate in its effort to find the cure.   You can buy and plant them for yourself, give them as a gift, or maybe even plant them for someone who is affected by Parkinson’s Disease. Tulip World has been partnering with the APDA for the past 5 years and donates 40% of every bag purchased!




I just wanted to let you know this was available!  Check it out:  APDA Tulips





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2 Responses to Flower Power for Parkinson’s

  1. Stuart says:

    I have about 20 bulbs I purchased through an APDA event in Salt Lake City last fall (2011). But … I failed to get them in the ground in time. So they have been in the garage all winter where it was cold at least. I’m a “little” late in asking, but do you have any advice on how to store them so I can plant next fall? Thanks!

    • Gabrielle says:

      Do not store (they are not seeds)- Your only option is to plant now. If they have been under 40° but did not freeze- they should grow. (if not rotten or dried out)
      I wish you the best!

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