Summer’s ‘Maine’ Ingredient: Stonewall Kitchen

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Even though the calendar says it’s August, there’s still plenty of time for backyard barbeques and summer picnics. When I’m lost for ideas or just want something new to serve, I look no further than Stonewall Kitchen Specialty Foods. Stonewall Kitchen has been a long time favorite of mine well before we stocked our shelves […]

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Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

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I lead a busy life, just like 3 million other Americans. Sometimes we forget the pride we have for our country until something boosts it back into full swing. Recently, I was rushing about my normal work day when a gentleman came in to purchase a small garden flag. He also needed the bracket to […]

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Mother’s Day Traditions

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I’ve waited so long for spring to arrive and it’s finally here! We just celebrated Easter and now Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Being in retail, you gauge the time of year by the holidays or promotions going on and Bucks Country Gardens has a lot to celebrate during the busy spring months. […]

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The Three R’s: Repurpose, Recycle & Reuse

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A fun way to celebrate Earth Day this year is by “repurposing” your unwanted household items and transforming them into something new for your garden. Look around your house…like that chair or dresser that is taking up room in your garage or maybe old windows or even a door that’s been hiding in the shed […]

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Hop to It! Easter’s Only 3 Weeks Away!

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Nothing truly ushers in spring like Easter Sunday and the weeks leading up to it. The crocuses and hellebores, also know as Lenten Rose for good reason, are starting to bloom as Hyacinths, daffodils and tulips are poking through the still chilly earth. As a lifelong Pennsylvanian, I’ve always loved having all four seasons but […]

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