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My dad has a green thumb. He grows beautiful trees, lovely flowers, and an amazing vegetable garden that provides our family with organic salads for months each year. I don’t have a green thumb, but I have a great appreciation for homes that maintain a beautiful garden outside. It makes me feel that they care about their home, their family within, and their neighborhood outside.
Bulb gardening goes way beyond regular outdoor gardening…did you know you could have a gorgeous, rainbow flower bulb garden indoors, to decorate all areas of your home, give as gifts, and more? I saw the photos above and was inspired to share them- how unique and cute! I personally love lots of color, so a window box flower bulb garden outside my kitchen window or some beautiful flower bulbs in the center of my dinner table sounds perfectly fabulous to me. I am beyond excited to learn how to create my own flower bulb garden on this spring!
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I tried out the Garden Guru Tool on the bottom left of the homepage on Curbside Chaos, and it helped me determine which flower bulbs would be best for a garden in my area/climate, and even helped me figure out which I had to pick my country, my location, and the type of flower bulbs I wanted to grow (specifically, when in the spring I wanted my flower bulbs to bloom). Then I was given information and a Planting Guide to make creating a flower bulb garden with my choices easy (I love the buttery yellow color of daffodils, so I wanted to learn how to create a home garden with daffodil bulbs):
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I didn’t even know you could do that! Those are beautiful displays!
wow those look gorgeous. I especially love the ones in the rain boots
This is wonderful! I am in the process of growing some paper whites and received the recommendation of adding a bit of, (are you ready for this?) hard liquor to their water, so that their stems are stunted a bit and grow stronger to prevent them from falling later. *Side note: I love the fact that alcohol can make a plant stand straighter when it does the opposite to most of us.* I’ll keep you posted on their growth and whether they make it. Right now, they look a little funny, but in six weeks, hopefully I’ll have a fun little arrangement in my house.
I’ve never done any type of bulb gardening. I don’t really have a green thumb so I’m afraid of failure, I think.
so pretty. I’m ready for spring. I redid our landscaping on the side of the house and found some blubs and didn’t realize what they were and threw them out the following yrs the flowers did not come up… then I felt bad
My husband takes care of the bulbs, and I take care of the plants I bring home from the nursery.
I love bulb flowers, they’re so much more delicate.
I just love tulips!
I had bought some bulbs to plant out front for a quick pop of happy color this spring and didn’t get them in the ground in time. I’m so disappointed that I’ll be using annuals again when bulbs are so easy if you can find the time to dig the hole.
I love the flowers in the Spring.
I love the idea in the boots. So cute!
Those photos are beautiful!
I can’t wait to start planting!
OMG – I love the rain boots and the easter centerpiece! Awesome ideas!
Tulips are my most favorite flowers ever – always wanted to plant them, thanks for sharing the site.
I tried planting bulbs a few years ago. Some rodent ate a bunch of them and then relocated the rest. We still have the occasional flower pop up out of nowhere.
Those are such pretty displays! I love the flowers in the boots!
How cool! I can’t wait to try new things in the new house!
I love the bulbs in the boots!! How creative!
Wow these are great, and I love when gardening is made easy. I manage to kill most of my plants lol.
I love bulbs! I really should buy some more. And maybe get fancy with them!
I used to spend more time working on a flower and vegetable garden each year than I have the last 3 years. Maybe I’ll get back into it more this year. 🙂