Chrissy Rex
Chrissy Rex
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  • Johnson City, NY

From A White Barren Backsplash to a Kitchen Bursting With Spring Color


No yard, no problem. Enjoy spring color inside by forcing bulbs in any room of your house!
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I used a Living Ledge Grand Vertical Garden Container, some tulips bulbs (bulbs placed into the refrigerator for 8 weeks prior to planting), white stone and water to line the bottom of the Living Ledge acrylic planter.
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In a few short days, the bulbs started to emerge. I changed the water completely every few days.
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After a few weeks, our kitchen was bursting with spring color!
For more information on forcing bulbs and all things growing up... the fun way, please register at my blog site via the Living Ledge website listed below.
Cheers to growing together.

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  • Gabrielle Falk
    on Jul 12, 2016

    It looks just beautiful. Can I make one suggestion. That when storing bulbs in the fridge, make sure you label them as such. People in the past have mistaken them for onions, eaten them, and have become very sick.

  • Chrissy Rex
    on Jul 12, 2016

    That is a very good point. Thank you for adding that to the post.

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