A Colorful New Year!

Published by Heather Fesmire in BoutiqueBucks Country GardensHome DecorLawn & Garden

Each year, we anxiously await the announcement of Pantone’s Color of the Year. For 2018, they chose rich, refreshing, vibrant, ULTRA VIOLET! The color of the year kick starts hot hue trends for home décor, fashion, plants, and more. Color is a vital part in brand identity, product development, design, and lifestyles. It dictates what’s […]

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It’s Not Goodbye… It’s See You Next Year

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensChristmasLawn & Garden

Proper Take Down & Care of Artificial/Fresh Christmas Trees The holidays have just about wrapped up and it is time to clean up. Whether you are packing away your artificial Christmas tree or removing your fresh tree, there is a proper way to care for and store them. Artificial Tree Storage & Care In order […]

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Poinsettias 101 – History, Care, & Rewards

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensChristmasLawn & GardenPlants

Poinsettias Overhead

The holidays are in full effect. Red, green, and white arrangements adorn tables and indoor planters. And no flowers say Christmas more than beautiful Poinsettias! Delicate, attractive, and definitely a holiday favorite, Poinsettias are a wonderful plant that add cheery color on drab winter days. All About Poinsettias Poinsettias are part of the Euphorbiaceae or […]

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Garden Calendar Series – Dec/Jan/Feb

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLawn & GardenPlants

Garden Calendar Winter

Having a Garden Calendar is a must! Even if the cold is nipping at your heels, there are always garden “to-dos.” It is time to prune, tend to indoor plants, care for our feathered friends, shovel snow, and plan our gardens for the spring. We put together a calendar of some of the most common […]

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Protection from Squirrels

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLawn & Garden

Squirrel Stretch Feeder

No one likes to be outwitted by a squirrel that is on a mission to eat all your birds’ food. These furry little creatures are acrobatic and are capable of jumping up to eight feet across and about ten feet down for food. That’s a great distance to go for some seed! There are a […]

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