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Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensWhat's Happening

‘Tis the season for gathering with family and friends; the season to eat traditional, comfort foods; to indulge your sweet tooth; and to remember those special to you with gifts, trinkets and creating new memories. It is also the season to be thankful. This Thursday marks the 393rd anniversary since the first Thanksgiving celebration, way […]

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Essential Winter Prep for Your Trees & Shrubs

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Polar plunge. Arctic invasion. Call it what you want but the cold weather of this past weekend serves as a real reminder of what’s ultimately to come this winter. Last winter was one of the coldest this area has experienced in many, many years. As spring emerged, most trees and shrubs survived intact, but some […]

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This is Our Christmas Story

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in BoutiqueChristmasHome Decor

It’s hard to believe there’s only 45 days left until Christmas. That’s right, just 45 days. Even harder to believe is that we’ll start planning for Christmas 2015 before this Christmas even gets here! That’s right! The planning and buying stages for Christmas 2014 began last December. As the Assistant Lifestyles Manager, I travelled with […]

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Is It Real? The Truth Behind Christmas Trees

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in ChristmasHome Decor

Over the years I have been asked many times, “Why is there such a difference in the price of your artificial trees and the ones I’ve seen elsewhere?” As one of the buyers here at Bucks Country Gardens, I can assure you that it is for good reason. I also used to own one of […]

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Don’t forget about our Feathered Friends!

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

With winter approaching–and lets hope it’s not as bad as last year–many of us are doing some fall planting, cleaning up our garden beds and bringing plants and pots indoors. But before you start planning for next year‘s garden, don’t forget our feathered friends. During the winter when the ground freezes, there is little vegetation […]

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