Enter the contest! â€œBulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.” to win a $5000 Yard Makeover. Just submit a photo of your yard that needs help at Curbside Chaos. The winner will get the makeover and a visit from Taniya Nayak (@TaniyaNayak on Twitter) who can turn a mess into a masterpiece. She’s show you how to landscape and creatively use flower bulbs to make your yard stand out.
Taniya and Curbside Chaos are working together to raise money for Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit that preserves affordable homeownership and revitalizes communities. For each tweet, Build, Digs, Drop, Done will donate $1 to this charity.
Wondering how bulbs can update your yard? Curious to learn about the other uses for bulbs? Just visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more. Flower bulbs can be used as holiday decor, in window boxes and as activities for children. They easy to grow and take care of. There’s the Garden Guru Tool that will give you the information you need about what type of bulbs to plant, when for where you live.
You can get personalized tips from The Ladies, Marcy the Super Mom, Juliana the Fashionista and Evelyn the Empty Nester. My favorite is Marcy because she likes gardening with bulbs, but isn’t an expert and she’s busy with her family. She knows what it’s like to forget things and suggests that planting bulbs in the winter is still possible if you missed doing it in the spring time.
Flower bulbs are beautiful and make a big difference in the look of your yard and your home. You just need to know how to use them.
Don’t forget to enter to win a $500 yard makeover and get advice about how bulbs can do wonders.
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