The Full Bloom is Here!

Come visit Mount St. Mary Park to enjoy the daffodils in the full bloom

Help us plant 5,000 reasons to smile!

And play a vital role in Project Daffodil

Help us create a new experience

Magnificent photo opportunity for you, your family and the entire community

Join us to plant a spring spectacle

Bring your family for some outdoors fun

Help us to plant 5,000 mixed daffodil bulbs along the path on Route 31 at Mount St. Mary Park to kick off Project Daffodil

Join Us for Planting Day in October 2021

Planting day was a great event!

Come visit Mount St. Mary Park in the spring of 2021 to enjoy the daffodils in bloom

Presenting Sponsor
Heinz Brothers Greenhouse Garden Center

Coordinating Sponsors


Daffodils are a universal symbol of rebirth and new beginnings. You can help us create a magnificent gateway into downtown St. Charles and demonstrate this to the entire St. Charles community in three ways:

On October 17, 2020 we will be planting 5,000 mixed daffodil bulbs centered around the Mr. Eggward sculpture in Mount St. Mary Park to create a dynamic new landmark of exceptional beauty each spring along the Rt. 31 entry point into downtown St. Charles.

Locally owned business supports Project Daffodil ... and you can too

As the Presenting Sponsor, locally owned and operated Heinz Brothers Greenhouse Garden Center has generously agreed to insure Project Daffodil succeeds and builds a strong foundation for future plantings. This is only the beginning. The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles plans to “grow” this effort over time and plant 5,000 bulbs each year to reach 20,000 bulbs. You can play a vital part in creating this enduring spectacle in three ways. You can choose to be a Sponsor, make an individual donation, or Volunteer to help plant on October 17th. Or, do all of the above.

The Location of Project Daffodil — Mount St. Mary Park.
A beautiful slice of green space just south of downtown St. Charles, IL, on the western banks of the Fox River.

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  Become a Donor  
Make a donation to support this and future projects of the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles. The foundation’s contributions to St. Charles include the “Wind Emotions” sculpture, the "Bob Leonard Walkway” and shoreline naturalization, the “If But I Could Fly” sculpture and the proposed Active River Project. The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
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Become a Volunteer
It will take a flower power army of volunteers to plant 5,000 bulbs in one day!
So we’ve made it easy for you. Simply fill out the form, sign the electronic waiver, and then mark your calendars to bring your trowels, planting augers and small shovels to Mount St. Mary Park on October 17, 2020.

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Thank you to our generous
Sponsors & Donors

Heinz Brothers Greenhouse Garden Center
Kane County Chronicle
The Ivy Academy
Turning Leaf Landscapes
True Knack Graphics
Midwest Compost


Mayor Ray Rogina and Diane Cullen

Steve Caitlin

Ted and Lynne Hardison

Jim DiCiaula

Phylis Alberts

John & Cheryl Rabchuk

Mike & Phylis Alberts

D303 Staff

John Hoscheit

Jon Hull

Susan Watkins

Kelly Christoffer

Alderman David Pietryla

Laurel Moad

John & Anne Arends

Shirley Remes

In Memory: Gary Moad & Ed Dowdal

Dorene - St. Charles

Pauline Berberian

Barb Gacic

Gail Johnson

Barb Gavin & Roger Vogtmann



Many thanks to our Volunteers

Betsy Anderson
Richard Anderson
Cris Anderson
Tom Anderson
Hazen Anderson
Ron Asselborn
Judi Asselborn
John Baird
Peter Ball
Curt Bassett
John Bassett
Valerie Barrett
Cindy Bartell
Jeanne Beseza
Laurel Bergren
Maya Bhati
Karen Boyce
Joe Boyd
Sharon Bringelson
Kyla Brittain
Nick Brotherton
Jill Brotherton
Peter Brotherton
Steve Catlin

Janet Cella
Seth Chapman
Joe Cucci
Joy Davis
Diane DeWitte
Jim Enck
Mary Enck
Martha Eyles
Jan Geier*
Ajay Girish
Ted Hardison
Rick Harrison
Leila Heath
Gary Heath
Linda Hefferin
Melanie Henderson
Denise Herrmann*
Laurie Hildebrand
Hanna Hoffmeister
Joe Holloway
Donna Holloway
Rebecca Holt
Christine Hopper
Heidi Hunter

Caden Johnson
Emma Jordahl
Nils Jordahl
Mary Jo Kohlhagen
Cynthia Kummet
David Langowski
Dan Lasse
Danial Lasse
Chris Lasse
Connie Lasse
Mary Lasse
Andrew Lasse
Kim Lescelius
Bruce MacCallum
Alice MacCallum
Dave Mack
Tammy Marsan
Harvey Miller
Laurel Moad
Alexia Montavon
Devin Moose
Hazeu Murray
Henry David Newkirk
Lily Newkirk

Penny Newkirk
Trudy Nichol
Jane Orr
Deb Owen
Rita Payleitner
Adriana Petrucci
Natalia Petrucci
Renee Peck
Douglas Peck
Jeanine Pengiel
Kate Peterburs
Mabel Peterson
Paul Peterson
David Pietryla
Maureen Pinter
Gene Piriano
Cheryl Rabchuk
John Rabchuk
Gwennan Reineking
Aidan Rivera
Jesus Rivera
Tony Savarese
John Schmidt
Harrison Schneider

Kelly Schroeder
Priyansha Shah
Carol Smith
Cheryl Springer
Kelly Swedberg
Greg Swedberg
Nancy Teichmiller
Nell Thelin*
Mackenzie Thomas
Audrey Tillmans
Michael Tillmans
Sue Villanova
Anita Walls
Emma Walsh
Tess Walsh
Betsy Walsh
James Walsh
Julie Wenger
Ed Werneke
Billy Wesley
Bryan Wirball
Mary Agnes Zellmer
Cari Zwick

Our MissionThe River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles supports and advocates for the projects that will enhance the downtown riverfront environment as a destination of cultural, educational, recreational, and economic opportunities that are accessible to all.

Past Projects

Net proceeds from this event will provide funding for the River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles - with a history of contributions to St. Charles such as the “Wind Emotions” sculpture on the west bank of the Fox River north of Main Street, the "Bob Leonard Walkway” and shoreline naturalization between Illinois Street and Prairie Street, “If But I Could Fly” sculpture along the Brownstones and the proposed Active River Project.
The River Corridor Foundation of St. Charles is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization.