I love flowers, but really am an awful gardener! I try to keep my flower beds looking nice and pretty (see my gardening post here) and I do love to use bulbs! It's a nice surprise when flowers pop up later on! Luckily, DigDropDone.com has made it easy for you to use bulbs, and shows you endless possibilities of beautiful flowers! They have three leading ladies who you can identify with, and who will share tips and ideas with you! I really identify with Marcy - the supermom!
While I don't have kids of my own, I do take care of 3 kiddos full time, and like me, she is super busy running around everywhere! She loves that she can get beautiful flowers from bulbs without having to spend a ton of time on gardening, and she shares tons of tips with you to make your home and garden beautiful. My mom didn't pass the gardening gene onto me, but she did pass on her appreciation of flowers! I am excited to use Digdropdone.com to help me with tips on how easy it can be to grow flowers! Bulbs aren't just for planting outside in flower beds either. You can use them in cute planters for the front porch, add some color to your bathrooms, or even throw a couple in a cute watering tin with a pair of gardening gloves for a great Mother's Day or housewarming gift! Go and visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more about how you can beautify your surroundings using bulbs. It gives you month by month tips for keeping your garden looking great. According to the bulb calendar, "The month of November is perfect to start on that first round of tidying up the garden. For some plants, a layer of leaves offers good protection. But gardeners beware: if you fail to move the debris quick enough come spring, the earliest flower bulbs may be hindered. To give your bulbs growing freedom, remove excess leaves and plant debris early on, making sure to keep your lawn particularly clean. Add some fertilizer to those bulbs that you left in the ground after they bloomed this past spring. You will be rewarded with more blooms next spring!" Go try it out and let me know what you think!
DigDropDone.com also has an exciting contest with Curbside Chaos called "Bulbs. Dig Drop Done." where you can upload a picture of your yard and win a $5000 makeover for your yard! Not only do you get a yard redesign, you also will get a visit and consultation from Taniya Nayak (@TaniyaNayak on Twitter)! Also, for every tweet shared about "Bulbs Dig Drop Done", they will donate $1 to Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit organization that works on revitalizing communities! How exciting would that makeover be! Also on you can use the Garden Guru Tool that lets you choose where you live and then gives you a planting guide based on what will grow best when!