We all want a green thumb. We all want the yard of the month. Right? But who has the time? Well, this little DIY tip will save you so much time and it's so crazy that it actually works!
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Time: 1 HoursCost: $10Difficulty: Easy
You know how we all head to Lowe's or Home Depot at the first sign of Spring? We stock up with garden soil in hopes of having the best flowers yet.
And then comes the task of ripping open all those heavy bags, sprinkling the dirt. Then repeated 500 times (or feels like it). Then dig holes for each of the flowers.
It's an all day job!
We love those beautiful, vibrant blooms! Usually the best flowers are reserved for those that have green thumbs.
But this little trick not only reduces the time it takes to plant flowers and the results are gorgeous!
This sounds CRAZY...but it works! Remember all those bags of soil you bought? Don't dump them. Don't dig holes for your flowers.
Just lay the bag of dirt in the flower bed and plant your flowers directly into the bag of dirt! What?!
Suggested materials for this project:
- Garden Soil (Lowe's)