Thursday, February 2, 2012

Learning to plant flowers with easy steps from Dig Drop Done

This post brought to you by Bulbs. Dig, Drop, Done.. All opinions are 100% mine.


When I first came here in America, I did not know how to plant any flower. We do not have a garden back in my home town. Living in the city, the space is limited. Now that I live in America, I love the flowers more. I always love the tulips. It is my favorite flower ever since.  
Do you know how to plant a flower? Do you want to learn? It is very easy to follow. You can visit visit to learn more and how planting flower amazes you. Juliana tips are my favorite. I have learned that the more variety of bulbs you plant, the colorful and beautiful it grows. I love to plant flowers during the fall and see it grows back in the spring. Tulips are my favorite image and the colors are beautiful. I hope that you will enjoy planting as much as I do. I cannot wait to see if my tulips will grow back this spring. 

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Leovi said...

Yes, interesting, I like flowers. Greetings.

JOY @ said...

Such an informative site. Wow!
Thanks for stopping by
I AM going to enJOY your site as I've become your latest follower.
hmmm, now I'm in the mood for putting out some bulbs. Hurry up spring!

Annesphamily said...

Tulips are such sweet flowers. Thank you for this informative post! we have a couple feet of snow! No planting this week! Hee Hee

Chubskulit Rose said...

I was the same when I first came here but now I know a little bit.

Thanks for always visiting.