Later this month, Wilton residents will be treated to a very special sight around town - large swaths of golden daffodils popping out of the ground along the town’s roadways. The cheerful display will mark the beginning of a new campaign by the Wilton Garden Club to kick off its centennial celebration. Dubbed “Wilton’s Golden Miles,” the daffodils are a gift to the town from the Club to commemorate its 100th anniversary. As part of its continuing beautification efforts, the Club plans
to enlist the help of the town’s residents, businesses, and local organizations to plant successive waves of daffodils each year. Their goal is to plant 15,000 bulbs over the next five years. As Nancy Greeley, the Club’s President points out, the Club is well on its way to meeting this goal.