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Blooms are expected to produce some nice colors early this spring along HWY 99E

COURTESY PHOTO: CATHY RAE SMITH - Several members of the Canby Area Beautification group got together to plant crocus bulbs at two spots in Canby, with the anticipation of seeing some color this spring.Three founding members of Canby Area Beautification went out on Dec. 28 to plant crocus blubs at the Wait Park gazebo and in the landscape area of Millar's Point-S Tire along Highway 99E. The blooms are expected to come up in early spring decorating the city with color.

COURTESY PHOTO: CATHY RAE SMITH - Several members of the Canby Area Beautification group got together to plant crocus bulbs at two spots in Canby, with the anticipation of seeing some color this spring.

The bulbs were donated by Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, arranged by Mallory Gwynn. Many of the bulbs planted at Millar's are across from the 150 rose bush plantings done in November, on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Canby Area Beautification is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization, welcoming community involvement to transform Canby into The Garden Spot.

COURTESY PHOTO: CATHY RAE SMITH - Several members of the Canby Area Beautification group got together to plant crocus bulbs at two spots in Canby, with the anticipation of seeing some color this spring.


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