Daffodil Project marks 15 years of 9/11 remembrance

The Daffodil Project, a non-profit honoring those killed in the September 11th terrorist attacks by planting flower bulbs in public spaces around the city, has marked its 15th year reports Roger Clark of NY1.

New Yorkers for Parks give away free daffodil bulbs to community groups to plant across the city as a living memorial for 9/11 victims. Yellow symbolizes remembrance.

More than 6.5 million bulbs have been planted across the five boroughs by thousands of volunteers.

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