Proudly Made in the USA

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in BoutiqueCasual FurnitureHome Decor

While out and about on buying trips, we are always on the hunt to find the newest and most interesting products for our customers to love. And when these great finds are produced right here in America, that’s even better! This year, we were at the American Craft Retailers Show in Philadelphia with a mission […]

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Tips for Adding Personality to Your Outdoor Furniture

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Casual FurnitureHome Decor

You’ve purchased the perfect furniture for your patio but it looked so much better in the store. That’s because you’re missing something–your family’s personality. It’s time to accessorize! You wouldn’t simply buy furniture for your family or living room without adding personal touches, so you shouldn’t yet be done with your outdoor room either. Chances […]

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Spring has Sprung – What’s New at the Garden Center!

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in BoutiqueBucks Country GardensCasual FurnitureHome Decor

Every year, the Boutique and Garden Shop overflow with new products that we are excited to talk about. Buying trips happen throughout the year to shop for the next year’s greatest products. This year promises loads of new products and ideas from renown garden design company, Cut My Plastic. So, it is exciting to see […]

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Holiday Plant Care

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensChristmasHome DecorPlants

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 and patterns. Last season I decorated with […]

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The Wonderful History of Byers’ Choice

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in BoutiqueChristmasHome Decor

Many years ago, Joyce and Bob Byers were visiting an antique store in London when Joyce found a series of porcelain figures, which captured the spirit of 19th Century England. These pieces appeared to step right from the pages of a Charles Dickens’ novel, and Joyce immediately fell in love with them. Upon returning home, […]

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