Winter Composting the 3-Bucket Way

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

It’s cold outside and the compost pile is frozen. Do you really feel like hauling kitchen scraps out into the winter wasteland only to have them picked through by scavengers when there isn’t enough bacteria available to break them down? Fortunately, there is an alternative. Keep your kitchen scraps cooking this winter and producing buckets […]

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Low Light Houseplants :: A Short (but awesome!) Guide

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & GardenPlants

Over the years, the most frequent question I hear in our greenhouse is “Which plants will grow without any light?” Of course, no houseplant will grow in the dark; but if you have north facing windows or rooms with no direct light there are a number of low light houseplants that might do nicely. I […]

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We Need Birds & Birds Need Us

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Bucks Country GardensLawn & Garden

I never really knew the importance of feeding wild birds until I worked at Bucks Country Gardens. Growing up in the mountains, I would always see the pretty birds and admire them from afar; but with that being said, it’s equally as important to take the steps to keep them around as it is to […]

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Winterize to Win

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

While fall is in full swing with Mother Nature’s colorful beauty, pumpkin spice everything, and football games, winter is just around the corner. With winter, comes pretty blankets of white snow, cozy crackling fires with hot chocolate, and the jolly cheer of the holidays. With that being said, we cannot forget about our garden beds, […]

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123’s of Lawn Care—Saving us From Green Envy

Published by Bucks Country Gardens in Lawn & Garden

We’ve all seen the 123’s of Lawn Care to some degree. You’re driving by homes and the green envy hits you; someone’s yard is rich in emerald blades and you don’t know how it could look any more perfect! How dare their yard flaunt such glorious grass? Or, maybe you desire your lawn to be […]

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