Press Release | Local 4-H Members Plant Daffodils at Clinton House Museum

Unedited release from Fayetteville Visitors Bureau

Local 4-H Members Plant Daffodils at Clinton House Museum

Fayetteville, Ark. – Local members of the youth development organization 4-H recently planted over 1,500 daffodil bulbs at the Clinton House Museum.

Brent & Becky’s Bulbs, of Gloucester, Virginia, donated the bulbs. They have donated over 100,000 bulbs for community beautification in Fayetteville. Brent and Becky learned of Fayetteville from Carl Totemeier, one of the founders of the Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. According to Cindi Cope, Chair of the Fayetteville in Bloom Program, 14,000 additional bulbs were recently purchased to be planted around Fayetteville in various locations, including the Headquarters House and the Fayetteville Public Library.

“It was the vision of the late Carl Totemeier,” said Cope, “that Fayetteville be known as the City of Daffodils. We’re trying to complete that vision.”

The Clinton House Museum was the first home of both former President William Jefferson Clinton and current Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. For more information about the museum, located at 930 S Clinton Drive in Fayetteville, contact the director at 479-444-0066 or email [email protected].
For more information about the Fayetteville in Bloom program, contact Chair Cindi Cope at [email protected].