Saturday, September 24, 2011

The Dirt: Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.

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

Who doesn’t love a pretty garden? Even if you don’t have a yard and a lot of time, there are many options to enjoy beautiful flowers. So when I was introduced to the website “Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.” I was intrigued. Like so many of you, I’m pressed for time – digging, dropping and being done sounds great.

The site is full of inspiration. From Bulb Basics which teaches you how to start planting, Bulb-Pedia that offers information on the different varieties of bulbs and there’s even an Inspirational Gallery.

Three women are the hostesses of the site but Marcy, The Super Mom is my favorite. Not that I’m a super mom but because she offers tips to simplify the gardening process. In her words…“I'm always looking for simpler ways to take care of the things I have to do so I can spend more time on other things ... like time with my munchkins. To me, bulbs are probably the easiest way to bring some beauty to my life.”

I love this porch featured in the Inspirational Gallery. The pot of flowers is the perfect touch with the fun garlands and painted furniture.

This is exciting. Bulbs.Dig,Drop,Done is giving away a $5,000 yard makeover. To enter, simply submit a photo of your yard at The lucky winner will not only receive a $5,000 yard makeover but HGTV host, Taniya Nayak will visit the winner and offer tips on the best way to update their yard, including of course, incorporating bulbs into the landscape.

When you visit curbside chaos to enter, there’s a handy Garden Guru Tool. The tool helps you identify which bulbs are the best for your areas. You pick your country, location and choose the type of bulb you want to grow. I chose Allium and the Garden Guru provided me with step-by-step instruction on how to grow these flowers. I can’t wait to see those beautiful purple flowers in my yard.

Even if you’re not a gardener, bulbs are so easy to grow. I love incorporating bulbs into my décor. Here’s what I did last year. I can't wait to get planting this year.

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  1. fantastic!! thanks Carolyn!! great info in this post!

  2. So colorful. I love this little porch..would be a fun getaway, as I bet the inside is just as cute. Enjoy the day.

  3. I am SO going to check out their site! Thanks for letting us know about it -- more time burned up on the internet . . . LOL


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