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ProFlowers Review: Easter Morning Bulb Garden

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ProFlowers Review: Easter Morning Bulb Garden

I have used ProFlowers in the past to send to my Aunt in Maine, but I have never used them for myself. For this review, I was able to pick out a little something special for Easter. The ProFlowers site is easy to navigate and easy to find what you are looking for. After looking for quite awhile, I couldn’t decided between a fruit arrangement or flowers, I finally decided to go with the Easter Morning Bulb Garden. Not only will with make a nice center piece for Easter but I can place it out in the sun room (if I can keep the flowers alive long enough!). Well, I received my flowers today and I was a bit surprised. I didn’t fully read the item description to find out that the bulb come shipped, just above the soil line. But that was ok, they should be blooming in a few weeks. Plus my son will like to check and water them everyday to “help” them grow.

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Item Description:

It’s springtime anytime with this cheerful bulb garden! Pink hyacinth, jonquils, crocus and Star of Bethlehem celebrate the pretty pastels of spring in a yellow watering can.

  • Anna Marie pink hyacinth
  • 2 Téte a Téte jonquils
  • 4 Pickwick crocus
  • 5 Star of Bethlehem
  • Bloom times range from 2-4 weeks on average
  • Approximately 9.5″ tall



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2 Comment

  1. Avatar
    Danielle Royalegacy
    March 16, 2013 at 9:22 pm

    I can see that these are going to be so beautiful when then get into full bloom. What a lucky girl you are to have these to bless your home this Easter season.

  2. Avatar
    March 18, 2013 at 9:46 am

    That is such an adorable idea. I bet when they bloom they are going to be some beautiful flowers. Thanks for sharing this.

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