I am super excited to team up with the *Home Depot to write this series of posts on fixing up my yard, ‘cuz I couldn’t have done it by myself! This is a sponsored post…
After successfully navigating the Home Depot with lots of help from Lucy and Sister Wife, I made it home with my plants, two new pots and potting soil. It was time to #DigIn to my Thriller, Filler, Spiller project!
Normally when I say “we” worked in the yard, I mean, my husband, Zeb, worked in the yard while I sat in the shade and nodded my agreement at any questions he asked. I was planning on doing this project all by myself but, drawn by the strange site of their mother, elbow deep in dirt, my children flocked to my side in amazement and begged to help. We flung potting soil all over the place as we filled our new pots with Impatiens, ferns and sweet potato vines!
In less than thirty minutes my front door went from drab and depressing to bursting with color. Look at all the hangy, pointy, pretty things!
I’m so glad I didn’t sit back and let my husband do the work on this because I would have missed out on sweet time spent with Aubrey, Emma and Sadie! In addition, I now feel like a real gardener because it’s been almost two weeks and all my plants are still alive!! I had some extra plants leftover and found some old pots in my husband’s shed and went ahead and filled them up too.
If you are looking to spruce up your front door, or have a backyard project in mind, DON’T be intimidated! Go to your Home Depot and use my illustrated guide to show the Garden Associate what you want to do! You can even login from home and ask an expert! All you need to know is if you have sun or shade and how much money you want to spend. Get your kids involved, get outside and #DigIn!
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.