Thrillers, Fillers, & Spillers – Oh My! A How-To For Fall Planters

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Home DecorLawn & Garden

Autumn is an exciting time—especially to fall fanatics. They embrace the shorter days, chillier mornings, and vibrant fall colors. Although the warmth of summer still lingers during the day, the cooler temperature is hiding right around the corner. So, welcome the change in the air and get into the fall spirit. Swap out that summer […]

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Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Autumn

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Autumn marks the beginning of the end for select gardeners across the region. Yes, we’re gifted a bright palette of reds, purples, and oranges to send us off properly to a bleak winter, but for those afraid of fall planting, it can be time to say goodbye, a time of gradual decay. Embrace the fall. […]

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More Than a Pinch of Good Soil

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

Not all of us meet our daily doses of fruits and veggies — but it’s always highly recommended we do! The same can be said for soil testing and appropriate soil fertility. Soil fertility serves as a solid foundation for keeping your plants healthy. Plants such as fruits, vegetables, landscape plants, and annual flowers all […]

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What’s The Deal With Nutsedge!?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

Enjoy our most popular blog post ever! Original post date: July 24, 2015 When given the topic of “What’s the Deal with Nutsedge?,” I found that I was asking myself the same thing… What actually is the deal with it? I didn’t know what it was, what it looked like, if it had a peculiar […]

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The Beauty of Butterfly Bushes

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Butterfly Bushes

In summer, I enjoy sitting by my pool and watching the zig zag flight of a wide array of butterflies as they visit the flowers in my garden. I have selected plants which I know will attract bees and butterflies to my yard and those most frequented by the butterflies are, of course, the long panicle […]

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