Here's what I did to make Spring come six weeks early - despite what the Groundhog says!
Out to the yard I went with my little shovel and dug up all the blooming bulbs.
I also grabbed the pots of dirt that were left over from my Christmas Poinsettias.
I grabbed a couple of yard sale baskets, put some decorative rags on the handles and lined the bottoms with some newspaper.
Next, I lined the baskets with a garbage bag and added a layer of soil from the leftover Poinsettia pots.
Then, I added the bulbs, a little more soil, and topped it off with craft moss from the Dollar Tree.
I had a few leftover bulbs that didn't fit in my baskets, so I planted them in some Mason Jars filled with gravel.
...and they're still growing!
No Breakdown for this post, but I think it's frugal to take care of the things you have spent time and money on. Preserve and maintain what you already have and you might even get a lovely reward!
Ahhhh - there's nothing like the smell of spring in your home when it's February!
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