Cultivating Young Minds: 5 Easy Steps for Gardening with Your Children

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

There’s a natural connection between children and the outdoors. And there’s nothing more special than caring for the Earth and enjoying Mother Nature in the family backyard. Toddlers, children and teens can explore a new hobby when they get outside and get growing. At Bucks Country Gardens we want to encourage kids and families everywhere […]

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Mulch To-Do

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & Garden

Now is the time your annuals are in and new gardens and outdoor spaces are designed and installed, so your beds need to be cleaned and mulched. Mulching not only protects your garden and insulates your soil, but it is aesthetically pleasing. Doing your own maintenance and clean up may seem scary, but it is […]

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Planting 101 – VLOG

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

That’s right. Bucks Country Gardens is doing its first VLOG (video blog)! The planting bug is contagious. We were itching to start planting our trees, perennials, and shrubs. But, with a little guidance, planting can be a breeze. Planting 101 will layout the essential steps for planting success. Enjoy! Let’s Dig In! Before you begin […]

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Should We Kiss Our Ash Goodbye?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

  Emerald Ash trees have long been admired for the stunning beauty and glorious shade they add to the landscape. There are many varieties in the United States, but the White, Green and Black Ash trees are most often found in Pennsylvania. In fact, the Green Ash is widely planted in backyards and as a […]

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Captivating Color Combos for Containers and Gardens

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in LandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

After a winter in the northeast, where the outside colors are predominately white and brown, we are ready for some color in our yards! Visitors to the Garden Center in the early spring walk past tables filled with colorful pansy faces, and I see in their faces how the burst of color lifts their spirits. […]

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