Chrysanthemums – Companion Planting with Mums

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLawn & GardenPlants

Chrysanthemums…the quintessential plant of the fall season! They are often a popular choice amongst gardeners to fill landscape beds and container gardens. As the summer annuals fade away, mums are a great choice to add the bright, bold autumnal colors of the season (red, yellow, rust, orange, white, and purple) to your garden. Beautiful orange […]

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Bulbs Are Worth the Wait

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLawn & GardenPlants

Plant Now for Spring Blooms Daffodils, Crocus and Tulips oh my!! Don’t miss out on these great bloomers next spring – plant bulbs now for the best spring display yet. Tulips at full bloom in the spring. This fall, spring blooming bulbs need to be planted before the first hard frost. Bulbs such as Tulips, […]

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Garden Calendar Series – September/October/November

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

Having a Garden Calendar is a must! Every month there are new garden “to do’s.” Summer is growing to an end. Within the next few months we are extending our growing season, tidying up, and putting our gardens to bed before winter is upon us. We put together a calendar of some of the most […]

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Landscape Design 101

Published by Heather Fesmire in Bucks Country GardensLandscapeLawn & GardenPlants

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There are many factors that come into play that one must take into account in order to create a successful planting. Knowing the process behind landscape design will not only aid in the continued success and development of a space we help you create, but also allow you the freedom to implement smaller spaces in […]

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What’s the Deal with Nutsedge!?

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensLawn & Garden

Enjoy our most popular blog post ever! 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 smell or not, or even where it grows. […]

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