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Curbside Chaos Yard Makeover Update

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Dear Creatives, I wanted to update you on the winner of the Curbside Chaos yard makeover it was Ruth from Fairfax, Virgina! (see the video below to view her makeover!) If I ever won $5000. I would recreate a water wise garden in my front yard with no lawn & bulbs here & there for pops of color. We have been experiencing drought conditions & on water restrictions for several years now. Lets see what Ruth picked out for her yard.

One thing I loved about my visit to Curbside Chaos is how to find out about planting bulbs & what ones can be planted to bloom at certain times of year. I picked April & then the chart shows your flower bulb, when to plant & tips. Its so easy you don’t have to be a gardener to create a great garden will bulbs. Not to mention you can use them in your spring projects! All this can be done with the help of the Garden Guru tool by choosing your location, when you want your bulbs to bloom & types. It makes planting so easy! But, just don’t take my word for it see for yourself.

Another great resource is to visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more about gardening. I can relate to Marcy  she is always looking for simpler ways to take care of things so she can spend more time on other things. Not to mention that she finds beauty is easily found with the drop of a bulb! I agree, bulbs are hassel free planting & growing bulbs has beauty that doesn’t dissapoint. Which leaves me with more time on my hands for baking & crafting!

You can help a great cause too by:

Every tweet that has the hash tag #CurbisdeChaos “Bulbs, Dig, Drop, Done” will donate $1. to Rebuilding Together! A great organization helping revitalize communities & preserve affordable homeownership!

What bulbs would you like to try planting for spring?

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