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

I don’t garden much.  I wasn’t gifted with a green thumb.  The problem is that I love flowers and I’d like to find something that I can plant that’s fairly easy to understand how to take care of.  Growing up, I always heard that bulbs were really high maintenance and difficult to care for.  But then I came across Dig Drop Done, and I’m starting to take a different opinion!



I’ve never learned so much about bulbs and how easy they can be to plant and care for! Dig Drop Done covers just about everything you need to know to start your own bulb garden.  Whether you have a huge flower bed, or just a few pots on a balcony, Dig Drop Done gives you tips for how to make bulbs work for you!  I had no idea there were so many types of bulbs or that you can plant them to grow throughout the spring, summer and fall.  For most bulbs, they really are as easy as dig, drop, and done!  Dig Drop Done even has a bulb calendar that helps you decide which bulbs to plant and when to plant them, as well as a planting chart that details how deep each bulb should be planted, etc.  Or, browse through the Bulb Browser and select bloom time and how much sunlight your bulbs will get, and Dig Drop Done gives you a list of what bulbs you can use!  Learn great tips from the ladies of Dig Drop Done – Marcy, Juliana, and Evelyn.  I relate most to Marcy, the super-mom.  I don’t have a ton of time to spend on my garden, and neither does she, but she gives tips on how to make it happen without spending too much time on it!

 

 

 

 




Partnering with Dig Drop Done is Curbside Chaos.  At Curbside Chaos you can enter the contest “Bulbs.  Dig, Drop, Done.” to win a $5,000 yard makeover and a visit from Taniya Nayak, who will go through and give the winner tips on the best way to update your yard and how to incorporate flower bulbs into your landscape.  This contest is an effort to educate women about how surprisingly simple flower bulbs can be.  All you need to enter is a photo of your yard, and just submit it at Curbside Chaos.  Even if you don’t have a yard, head on over to Curbside Chaos and share the contest on Twitter.  Every time it’s shared on Twitter, $1.00 will be donated to Rebuilding Together, which works to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities.




Also over at Curbside Chaos, you can try out the Garden Guru tool right on the homepage.  Just choose your country, then your location within that country, and then the type of bulb you want to grow, and the Garden Guru tool will give you a list of bulbs you can plant.  You can then click on each type of bulb to get a planting guide to help you determine when and how to plant your bulbs!  Here’s mine:



This year, consider plating bulbs.  They’re easy, beautiful, and can bring color and joy to any yard or balcony.  Check our visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more for more tips and help planting your flower bulb garden for the first time, and then don’t forget to head on over to Curbside Chaos to enter the “Bulbs.  Dig, Drop, Done.” contest!

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