Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Bulbs are Beautiful and Can Be Grown the Dig Drop Done Method

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Every Spring I can not wait to see my bulbs coming up all bright and cheery. This is a fun Spring or Summer surprise to see in your backyard and your curbside. Speaking of your curbside, there is no need for Curbside Chaos anymore when it comes to planting your bulbs. In fact, depending on where you live, there is a tool you can use online for your planting season. I use the Garden Guru Tool, at Curbside Chaos, because you can plant your bulbs in the months of March, April, May and June, depending on what part of the United States of America you live in. Before planting any of your bulbs, it is best to find out what the best time of the month to Dig Drop Done your bulbs.

While I went to the website DigDropDone, I learned that bulbs are a self contained flower factory. Their package may be small, but as they come out of the "container" each season, you will be delighted to see what color that bulb will bring to your backyard or front yard. Now, before you plant your bulbs, it is best for the ground to be cold. This way they will have extra protection. This is a nice nugget of information to know before planting bulbs, Oh and the three ladies who are fans of bulbs are Marcy, Juliana and Evelyn. When I was reading who they are, I totally identified with Marcy. For one, she has twins too and I know just enough about bulbs that will come up ever season.

When you visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more you will be amazed at how many varieties are available to you and what color/species would work best in front of your home. The colors are limitless and will wow not only you, but you family, friends and neighbors too.

Oh, if you are a fan of contests (like I am) you will have to enter the Bulbs:Dig Drop Done contest being put on my Taniya from Curbside Chaos. Taniya is also on Twitter @TaniyaNayak,Twitter. Yeah, you can follow her on Twitter and read what she says about making your curb look beautiful. Right now though, when you go to Curbside Chaos, enter the contest by uploading a photo of your yard and you can win a $5,000 yard makeover! Yeah, how cool is that!

For every share on Twitter, "Bulb:Dig Drop Done" will donate $1.00 to Rebuild Together. This is the nation's leading nonprofit that works to preserve affordable homeownership and keep up communities as well.
Just in case you are wondering if you have to be a gardener, fear not my friends. These are the easiest flowers to plant. If you have dirt, a digging tool and a bag of bulbs, you are good to go. This is as easy as 1,2,3...really! Every spring my bulbs come up in little pots I have on my backyard patio. Sometimes I forget I had even planted them until they come up. How cool is that!

If you think bulbs are just for your garden, think again. Bulbs make for awesome birthday gifts, anniversary gifts or a thank you gift to a teacher. Once the bulbs have come up, they can be moved indoors, if you plant them in a flower pot, so go to Dig Drop Done and see the other two ladies ready to help you plant some bulbs.

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