There are hundreds of choices of flowering bulbs that you can force into bloom indoors. These ones do not require any pre-chilling. Just plant them, water lightly, and count down the weeks until you have gorgeous blooms. If you've always wanted fragrant paperwhites or massive amaryllis blooms brightening up your winter days, be sure to order your blooms a few months ahead. Enjoy! #sponsored
Balloon Rockets: What you need: Piece of yarn (or string) – cut to about 6 feet, thread on a straw and tie string to two chairs. Put tape on straw to attach a Balloon that has been blown up but has not been tied. Pull attached balloon to one side and let go! Experiment shows action and reaction. Kids will want to do over and over so be prepared to blow up a few balloons and have extra tape on hand. Link leads to step by step instructions with a photo tutorial.
In a glass container, make a bed of polished stones or glass beads. Orient each bulb with its flat side down and position it atop the stone bed. After each bulb has been seated, fill the spaces between the bulbs with more stones. Fill the container with water to slightly below the base of the bulbs. and Enjoy.
AD You can do it! Some bulbs are really easy to force into bloom because unlike tulips they do not require pre-chilling. Come see the options for having beautiful indoor flowers in your home this winter.