Seed Starting…One of Life’s Simplest Pleasures

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

If you’re ready to get out into the garden, but the weather is not quite yet ideal for planting, starting seeds indoors just might satisfy your needs, at least until the weather warms up. Aside from the fact that seed packets cost much less than plants, there are endless varieties of veggies, herbs and flowers […]

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Why Outdoor Furniture Commands Its Price

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Casual Furniture

When it comes to shopping and purchasing outdoor furniture, there are many choices. From big box stores to custom-order design stores, the brands and prices vary greatly, so you should know what you are getting for your money. There are many foundations in outdoor furniture: Resin, eco-friendly plastics, wood, steel or iron (the least expensive) […]

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Now’s the Time to Design Your Spring Landscape!

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Landscape

I know it’s almost impossible to think about spring landscape projects when the temperature is 22 degrees and the ice on the pond looks like the Alaskan tundra but that’s exactly what it takes. If you want to be early on the list and get your project completed before the heat of summer has you […]

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Increase Curb Appeal with Low-Maintenance Walpole Outdoors Products

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Landscape

Out with the old and in with the new. It’s a saying that fits perfectly for Walpole Outdoors products. I remember replacing split rail fences along horse pastures that had rotted out or repainting cracked wood. That’s all in the past now–it can be replaced with vinyl PVC. Now, I know that not everyone likes […]

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An Easy Way to Satisfy Spring Cravings

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Plants

This year, spring can’t come soon enough…or fast enough for that matter. I’m not even going to think about being cold or that it snows every other day anymore. I’m over it…just like everyone else. Instead, I’m moving on to greener and “warmer” pastures. I’m ready to enjoy the outdoors again. I’m ready to see […]

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