You may have noticed that part of the January Cure is bringing in flowers on the weekends — why not make it even easier on yourself by growing some of your own? I know I'd love to see a little dash of springtime in the midst of the winter gloom. Sara from Our Best Bites shows how to get flowers to bloom indoors during the winter with just a few materials and some bulbs, like paperwhites, that don't require chilling first. Her instructions are very clear and detailed, and she even includes photos — it actually seems like something a black-thumbed person like me could tackle! I'd love to have a little pot of bright, blooming flowers to take the edge off of this gray, gray, and more gray weather outside…
Check out Sara's tutorial and plant your own little pot of sunshine! Visit Our Best Bites for all the details.
Sarah is a freelance writer and photographer and mother of four boys. Her hobbies include writing emails at 4 am, fixing up her century-old home, critiquing superhero spin kicks, and trying not to kill her garden.
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