Bulb Planting Made Easy With #DigDropDone

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Dear Creatives, This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done. for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

One thing I love is gardening & there is no time like the spring to get back into my garden. So I decided to visit Dig, Drop, Done. It is the perfect website for gardening where you don’t have to be an expert! How you ask? Well, let me tell you they have a simple to use interface with subjects like ready to learn, ready to plant & with plenty of resources in their drop down menu!

I love how they have a bulb calendar, along with a planting chart. The chart takes all the guess work out of planting as it tells you exactly what season to plant, how deep & how much space to plant your bulbs. When I was there it reminded me how easy bulbs are to plant in the garden. I loved seeing the beautiful of flower bulbs & other bulb inspiration visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more.

I love the bulb inspiration page among others where you can even get potted gift ideas, along with ideas for interior / exterior planting & entertaining activities. They even have a set of videos that are funny I guess you could say I have a bit of Juliana in me, but you’ll have to see the videos to know what I am talking about.

Curbside Chaos


Now to introduce you to another aspect of Dig, Drop, Done it is Curbside Chaos that is where I found my garden  guru. Here is a snapshot of the results of what I can plant in my area this March! What is neat is you can pick your zone, any month & get the results.

Now what else is great going on over there is an educational effort designed to excite women about the surprisingly simple beauty of flower bulbs & is giving away a $5,000 yard makeover!

  • All you need to do to enter is submit a photo of your yard at CurbsideChaos.com

The winner will also receive a visit from Taniya Nayak (@TaniyaNayak on Twitter) Taniya will go through giving you tips on the best way to update your yard & ideas for incorporating flower bulbs into your landscape.

  •  For every share on Twitter, “Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.” will donate $1.00 to Rebuilding Together

(Rebuilding together is the nation’s leading nonprofit, working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities.)

So go ahead & tweet this! To help!

Help a good cause!@Dig,Drop,Done win a yard makeover! #CurbsideChaos help @RebldgTogthr  visit here RT Plz!

I really hope you enter the contest & get your bulb information soon by just  visiting, snapping your yard & entering! Now go visitwww.digdropdone.com & Curbside Chaos to see all they have to offer!

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  1. I used to do a lot of gardening with my Mom in her old backyard in Hawaii. 🙂 We planted chili peppers, tomatoes, lots of flowers, orchids even. (But she moved to Vegas while I moved to California). The yard here isn’t plant friendly since the family has a dog, but I do feel wistful about pulling out my old green thumb again all the time!

    Then I saw these ads for Dig Drop Done and really wanted to try it, but life got in the way. So nice to see a review on how it all works out. I think things will slow down next month – that’s when I’ll finally give it a try. Just for Spring! 🙂

    1. Hi Jean, I can image the topical environment being able to grow so much. I think the key to growing is knowing your zone so plants or bulbs can survive. I remember when I moved from Northern CA to Central CA.it is a whole other growing zone, many of my plants didn’t survive, but after watching what other plant to visiting gardens & checking zones my yard is beginning to be nicer. I hope you try & plant some bulbs & other plants too! Happy growing & spring!

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