April 13, 2012

A Beautiful (and Easy!) Yard

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

 

It is the season of the Tulip!  And the daffodil, and the crocus and the hyacinth, and the list goes on.   If you've ever been jealous of someone's gorgeous yard full of them, but thought that you weren't a good enough gardener to put together something like that, think again. Bulbs are one of the easiest way to create a gorgeous yard.  You can visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more.bulb flowers are so easy

Dig, Drop, Done is a fabulous way to get all your info about when, where and how to plant your bulbs in preparation for spring. There are three guides to help you plan the perfect garden: the Super mom, the fashionista, and the empty nester. I fall more into the super mom category.  I don't have scads of time to spend gardening, so bulbs are perfect for me!  There are also planting charts to tell you which bulbs to plant in the summer and which to plant in the spring, companion planning to help you find the best combinations of perennials to plant with your bulbs and even a garden guru tool to help you plan out your entire garden. 

Another reason that you will want to visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more   is the amazing contest that they are holding right now.  One person will receive a $5000 makeover for their yard and a consultation with Taiyna Nayak.  All that you need to do to enter the Curbside Chaos contest is take a photo of your yard and upload it at Curbside Chaos.  So, get outside, take a picture and get your entries in.  Contest closes April 15!

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