• 02.06.17

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  • Mel Meadows

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Stunning Mass daffodil planting for The Arts Centre of Christchurch

Daffodils are a global symbol of new beginnings and rebirth, a message which aligns with the progress of the Arts Centre restoration and Meadows are proud to be sponsors of the Canterbury Arts Centre as it continues its road toward restoration following the earthquakes.

 

When we heard there was an opportunity to support the Christchurch Arts Centre (New Zealand’s largest collection of Category 1 heritage buildings.) we were excited, but even more so when we were able to contribute to the daffodil planting, which would bring joy to visitors and beautify the area surrounding the famed copper beech tree. 

The area around the tree is surrounded by new hardscaping, turning the area into a wonderful seating area for people to enjoy the space and mass daffodil blooms due in spring.

We hope you enjoy the blooms as much we do.

 

Find out more and how you could help support the Arts Centre with similar activites here: www.artscentre.org.nz/donate/mass-daffodil-planting

 

**Edit - Image above edited to show the daffodils in bloom as captured in September