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  • Leslie Rentz

    How to Grow Indoor Flowers

  • Perfecting Clumsiness

    Forcing bulbs ... start new bulbs every 10 days for a continuous supply of fresh spring flowers all winter long.

  • T V

    bulb indoor gardening project #Blom #BlomFlores #FloresColombia

  • Julie Mclaughlin

    Indoor flower garden Materials: bulbs (amaryllis, paperwhites, pre-chilled daffodils) containers, with and without drainage potting soil Plop a few bulbs into a container and add water. teacher. Start new bulbs every 10 days for a continuous supply of fresh-as-spring flowers all winter long.

  • Ashley MacKay

    How to Grow a Spring Bulb Garden Indoors - Start new bulbs every 10 days for a continuous supply of fresh as spring flowers all winter long. I didn't know you could do this all winter.

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Fairy garden. Absolutely love. @VeronicaPrewitt, I wanna make one for your desk at work :)

. "Love Grows" Bulb Garden In a clear container, create a lush, mossy garden of spring bulbs in bright jewel tones. Created by: Alethea Harampolis & Jill Pilotte, Studio Choo Click here to download the directions in PDF format.

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I remember when my entire house was covered in plants. Over 100 Rubber trees that reached the ceiling. Philodendron that wrapped around the room... I loved that look. After kids, only the aloe survived. :-)