Crocus Bulbs Out In John Carlyle Square Park – Spring Is Almost Here!

At least one of the three beds of crocus bulbs located in the grass of John Carlyle Square Park has popped out. The intent of the crocus bulbs in John Carlyle Square Park is to outline the former locations of the glass factory remnants located under the park with an early spring flower that will bloom as a reminder of the site’s history for a very short period of time, before dying back and leaving the uninterrupted lawn panel.

These bulbs typically last three to four weeks. If you see anyone on the grass walking their dog, playing sports, or partaking in some other endeavor, please kindly let them know about the bulbs and ask them to be careful around them.

Crocus Bulbs - John Carlyle Square Park 3

Crocus Bulbs - John Carlyle Square Park 2

Crocus Bulbs - John Carlyle Square Park 1