There are a lot of garden sites around. I was interested in Curbside Chaos because of a $5,000 yard make-over they were giving away. $5000 would certainly rebuild my raised beds and buy me the stone I need for a stone patio and walk way through my garden. Too bad I didn't win! You can see what the home owner won in this video. What would you do with a yard make-over?
CurbsideChaos not only gave away a yard make-over but they are donating $1.00 to Rebuilding Together - a national leading nonprofit that works to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities. You can help Rebuilding Together by tweeting the hashtag #CurbsideChaos, "Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done."
One unique feature to this site is the Garden Guru Tool. All you have to do is enter the following information:
Your Location (Planting Zone) in your Country
Choose the type of bulb you want to grow from their list
Check out the Planting Guide that shows you how to plant your bulbs
Fall is bulb planting time in my zone. I used the Garden Guru Tool to find out about bulb planting details based on bloom time while at Curbside Chaos. Planting bulbs around you home and even in your vegetable garden is a great way to bring color to your home and yard. You don't have to be a seasoned gardener to plant bulbs.
Planting bulbs is an activity you can do with your children to teach them about Nature and care. They can see the rewards of their work come spring! Bulbs are easy to plant and really don't require more than dig, drop and bury (Done!). If you want help and information about bulbs, check out this site for your bulb needs: visit www.digdropdone.com to learn more.
While you are there you can meet three women... well a fun way to learn about planting bulbs. Each women represents a life style so to speak. The videos are fun, very informative and a great way to learn about bulbs. I could relate to Eveyln, having deer and other 'neighbors' that enjoy munching on my bulbs! Plus there are lots of tools there to find the bulbs you want for your planting needs. So go add some bulbs to your garden!