It’s Time to Light Up the Night

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Casual FurnitureLawn & Garden

Happy Fall, Y’all! What a perfect time to get out and really enjoy the great outdoors! I love these days when the scenery is bright and full of color and the nights are crisp and cool. I also love simply sitting on my patio and enjoying the warmth of a crackling fire with my husband […]

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The Scoop on Stink Bugs

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

Stink. Bugs. Two words that can send anyone into a tizzy. But what is it about them that causes so much grief? Is it the subtle and inconspicuous damage they cause in our gardens? Is it because they quietly appear before our eyes, dancing around any light source in our home? Is it because they’re […]

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How to Spot Common Plant Diseases

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Where do plant diseases begin? Most people think plant diseases emerge from one singular cause, but actually they are caused by what plant pathologists call the “plant disease triangle.” Basically, the “plant disease triangle” is three factors coming together: 1) a susceptible host plant, 2) a pathogen (fungi or bacteria that causes disease) and 3) […]

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The Winds of Change are in the Air

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Home DecorLawn & Garden

Wind chimes are one of the most popular garden accents today and they make a wonderful gift for any occasion. Believe it or not, in many cultures the history of wind chimes dates back to prehistoric times with archeological finds from almost 5,000 years. However, their greatest and most elegant development was in east and […]

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The Enchanted Garden: Miniature Fairy Gardens

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Over the past few years, fairy gardens have become quite popular. Maybe the interest was spurred on by the Harry Potter series, the ever present Disney fairies or the more adult mystical characters found in Avatar, the Hobbit or the Game of Thrones. An interest in the fairy folks has always run through Celtic history. […]

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