Autumn 2016 saw 7 million Purple4Polio crocus corms planted across Great Britain and Ireland by Rotary clubs and Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) related groups.
Groups worked together with their local communities and to date, the campaign has produced over 900 pieces of media coverage, helping to raise awareness of how important it is to end polio now and forever.
Rotary has produced updated materials below for Rotary clubs, RHS related groups and members of the public to use.
Please note, leaflets and all posters have been produced in a high resolution format with any necessary crop and bleed marks for groups to have printed professionally in the quantities they require.
Posters can be printed in sizes between A5 and A2 and are also available in ink-friendly versions which are suitable for home and professional printing. There is also the option to print posters which can be personalised with your own event information.
Please note the crocus species being used are Ruby Giant. Children should be supervised at all times and crocus corms should not be ingested. Crocus species are not toxic to people, however, if signs of sickness are seen medical advice should be sought immediately.