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Get A FREE Children’s Book With Dig.Drop.Done Bulbs

With fall finally upon us, it is time that all those pretty colors begin to fade for the winter. We love to keep flowers around our home. It i s a great way for the kids to experience how things grow and it is also nice and pleasing.

Now is a good time to plant those bulbs for spring time blooms. Dig.Drop.Done bulbs offers not only bulbs but a wide range of information from Blubs 101 to a bulb browswer, there is something for all flower lovers. Dig.Drop.Done also has a foundation to help expand the enjoyment of flowers in North America by educatying consumers.

Anytime between now and 11/30 if any set of Dig.Drop.Done bulbs purchased between 8/1-11/30 (8/1 – 10/30 in Canada) and clip the Dig.Drop.Done logo from the package and mail it to Scholastice along with the completed redemption form. For your effort you will get 1 free age-appropriate Scholastic book for your home or for your classroom.

The program ends 11/30 (US) and 11/30 (Canada) or when 1,000 books have been awarded. View the official rules.

Visit the site for more information: http://www.scholastic.com/digdropdone


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  1. Christine Wooldridge on December 4, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    im sad i dont have a green thumb

  2. Mollie on October 25, 2012 at 11:39 pm

    I think when you plant bulbs, it is not only easy, but the most beautiful way to express your love for the earth early in the year. The bulbs are easy to plant, any child from 2 up, with a parent or guradian, can dig or help dig, drop the bulb in and cover it up and watch the fantastic flower pop it’s little head out in the early spring, through snow and it’s a show of it’s own. I love planting bulbs and watch them in the early spring peek out from their little warm winter home and cheer us everyone.
    Thank you for all our wonderful information.