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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Being Creative

This post brought to you by Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.. All opinions are 100% mine.

I like playing with and combining colors and planting bulbs in our yard would be a great place to let out all my creativity, were it not for our destructive dog. She would dig up bulbs quicker then I could plant them.

That is too bad, because after I went to visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more and I could totally connect with Juliana who also has an eye for and thinks that details matter a great deal. Her tip planting bulbs in large groups gave me visions of how arty our yard could look.

I am not in despair though, because flower bulbs are easy to grow inside as well and I found several inspirational ideas at DigDropDone.com for all kinds of projects, gifts, etc. which they can be used for and I assure you does not solely pertain to gardening.

Curiosity got the best of me though and I visited the Curbside Chaos site to find out what bulbs would grow best in our area, how to plant them and when. The Garden Guru Tool at the bottom left of the screen is a great solution; pick your country, pick your location in it, choose the type of bulb which appeals to you and the Planting Guide tells you how and when to plant your bulbs.

That is just as quick, simple, and easy as planting flower bulbs and if you don't like gardening then you ought to enter the “Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.” contest and submit a photo of your yard.

This educational effort on the simplicity and beauty of flower bulbs could result in winning a $5,000 yard makeover and a visit, hints, and tips from Taniya Nayak (@TaniyaNayak on Twitter) on how best to incorporate flower bulbs into your landscape.

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With flower bulbs, everyone can be creative!

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