A Few of Our Favorite… Recipes!

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensChristmasHome Decor

Nothing says the holidays like the smell of grandma’s apple pie baking perfectly in the oven as family gathers to celebrate the festivities. Nothing like a turkey on thanksgiving, if you want to cook it easy get an electric roaster. The holidays are all about traditions: from the ornaments hung on the tree, to the […]

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Holiday Plant Care :: Poinsettias, Christmas Cactus & Cyclamen

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in ChristmasPlants

Reposted blog entry from December 4, 2015 Growing up, my family always included flowering plants as part of their decorations for the winter holidays. Poinsettias and Christmas cactus were staples. In more recent years, I have added Cyclamen to my holiday collection. The flowers of all these plants come in an ever-increasing range of colors […]

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Heirlooms :: Begin a New Tradition

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensChristmas

BYER’S CHOICE Every single figurine is meticulously crafted by hand, right here, in Bucks County, PA. This year, in addition to the timeless and ever endearing Carolers, Byers’ Choice has introduced two new collections. First, is the North Pole Collection featuring Santa and his helpful elves. Everybody is hard at work getting ready for the […]

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Ivy Topiaries & Winter Container Gardens

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in ChristmasPlants

During the holidays, we love to decorate with ribbons and bows, lights, ornaments, trees and plants. If you are looking for a formal yet whimsical idea or gift this year, why not try an ivy topiary for your home? Historically, the craft of topiary–creating a living sculpture–found its origins in ancient Roman times using the […]

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Put Your Money Where Your Heart Is – Shop Small

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country Gardens

Shop Local • Buy Local • Gift Local Small Business Saturday has never resonated with me more like it does today. Some of you may or may not know, but I have made the trek half way across the country from Quakertown, Pennsylvania to Waukon, Iowa. I now live in a one traffic light county, […]

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