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Thursday, March 22, 2012

.:Potted flowers & iBulb:.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of iBulb for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

We all love for our homes to look and feel nice. With spring coming in right now, one of the best ways to do this is with flowers!

Bulbs are a great way to get an easy fix. No complicated planting instructions, and the best part? They last! Easter and Mother's Day are just around the corner, and what better gift to give than something your gift receiver can enjoy over and over? 

Along with making a great gift, this is also a great beginning planting activity to do with your kids. Bulbs are so simple to use; you literally just dig where you want the bulb to go, drop it in, and you're done! I know my girls would love getting in on something like this. It would be really neat for them to be able to see the fruits of their labors, as the flowers grow.


I love the idea of potted bulbs because you can easily make this match the decor in your home. There are tons of great pot options these days, or better yet, get your craft on and create a pot to match your home using paints and a stencil. The possibilities are amazing! 



Bulbs also make a great centerpiece. Spring is a popular time for weddings and showers, so something like this would fit perfectly: a centerpiece that is the favors! Perfect! Wouldn't you love to take one of these babies home with you? 



Bulbs are easy to come by. You can find them in garden centers and flower shops, but assuming that most of you are like me and like to get as much done in one stop as possible, your best bet might be your local grocery store. That's convenient!

iBulb is a Dutch foundation that is committed to growing the Dutch bulb sector. As a result, their site is going to be offering lots of different planting information for us to benefit from. It should be noted that iBulb is not a bulb supplier.

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  1. I love tulips :) I'm stopping by from the SNAP link up, although I stop by your blog all the time. Been a follower for a while now. I'm super excited to see you're attending SNAP and really hope to meet you there. It's going to be SO much fun! Happy and safe travels!


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